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STOP Low Back Pain - Sciatica Gone in Just Days! Gui Jiang Fu E Tang - Herb Granules 7 days

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Manufacturer:   Hunana B&A Scientific Chinese Herbal Medicines Co., Ltd.
Availability:   Usually ships the next business day.
Weights:   70  grams
Sale Price:   $29.95
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Almost everyone will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. This pain can vary from mild to severe. It can be short-lived or long-lasting. However it happens, low back pain can make many everyday activities difficult to do.

 

Back pain varies. It may be sharp or stabbing. It can be dull, achy, or feel like a "charley horse" type cramp.

 

Low Back Pain Cause:

For the point of view of western medication: Most low back pain is triggered by some combination of overuse, muscle strain, and injury to the muscles, ligaments, and discs that support the spine. Many experts believe that over time muscle strain can lead to an overall imbalance in the spinal structure. This leads to a constant tension on the muscles, ligaments, bones, and discs, making the back more prone to injury or reinjury.

The cause isn't always clear when you look only with machines. Scans and scopes may reveal problems. But righting the Qi is the best solution.

Sometimes back pain is a mystery, but not to everybody.

Doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine see back pain differently. Where Western doctors see a solid nerve, TCM doctors see the flow of energy (Qi). To the practitioner of Chinese medicine, pain means that flow is impaired. The obstruction may be visible or invisible.

Chiropractors can sometimes relieve back pain by adjusting the vertebra, temporarily freeing the flow of Qi. But adjustment does not correct the root of abherrant Qi.

Chinese Doctors often heal back pain when others fail, because Chinese medicine is about understanding what influences the Qi. The Qi is influenced by both mind and matter, and Qi will influence mind and matter as well. Body structures will ultimately conform to the Qi.

From the perspective of TCM, low back pains were caused by:

 

Spleen Deficiency with Dampness + Liver Qi Stagnation + Kidney Deficiency.

 

Not Just Only one reason, Kidney deficiency or Liver Qi Stagnation, or Spleen Deficiency, it was combinated.

 

Spleen Deficiency with Dampness the core reason for Low Back Pain

When the Qi of the spleen is deficient, the spleen is unable to perform its functions of digestion. In addition to the typical Qi deficiency signs of fatigue and pale face and tongue, additional symptoms specific to the spleen include poor appetite, weight loss, fullness and sleepiness after eating, and loose stools.

Spleen deficiency with dampness caused Liver Qi Stagnation.

 

Liver Qi Stagnation:

It usually has hypertonicity of the muscles (tense, spasm) and usually occours in individuals under high stress or emotional patients.  The lower back pain tends to be aggravated by stress and emotional upsets and often radiates from the lower back to the lower abdomen or hypochondriac regions.  The pain may have a distending quality which may move from place to place or come and go.  General symptoms include irritability, headaches, digestive upset, chest fullness and possible menstrual disorders. 

 

Kidney Deficiency Kidney Qi Kidney Yin Kidney Yang

The kidneys have a powerful influence over the tissues of the lower back therefore if the kidneys are weak and Qi and blood are sluggish then the lower back is easily effected.  Kidney Deficiency will give rise to a chronic lower back ache or low back pain with soreness and weakness which is improved by massage and general rest.  The pain will be recurring and is aggravated after exertion, prolonged standing or sexual activity.  The knees and legs are commonly sore or weak. 

 

So, the solution for low back pain:

  • warm kidney
  • warm spleen and remove spleen dampness
  • Liver Qi smooth.

 

And its effects will be usually immediate.

 

Gui Jiang Fu E Tang and Low Back Pain

 

Gui zhi (桂枝) reduced liver depression.

E Jiang (阿胶) tonify liver blood, and provide energy for liver Qi grown

Gang Jiang (干姜)warm the spleen, and let Qi warm up

Gan Cao (甘草) tonify the spleen, and Strengthens the Qi

Fu Ling (茯苓) clear the dampness of spleen.

Fu zi (附子)warm kidney.

 

All those together, warm kidney, and clear spleen dampness, and stop liver depression, strengthens the Qi..

 

Indications of Gui Jiang Fu e Tang:

  • warm kidney and spleen,
  • remove spleen dampness,
  • Smooth liver Qi.

  

Low Back Pain cure with Gui Jiang Fu e Tang case

 

Female, 30 years old

 

She has kidney weak symptom in weekday, sometime has tinnitus, vision normal but could not long time watch TV (tired eyes and blurred vision). Using Heating Pad to warm low back, pain reduced but has dull pain.

 

Take Gui Jiang Fu e Tang for 2 days. 

  • Fu Ling   9g
  • Gui Zhi   9g
  • Gan Cao  6g
  • Gan Jiang 9g
  • Fu Zi  9g
  • E Jiao 9g
2 days later, No pain when squatting, low back pain was gone.

 

Ingredients:

 

Pin Yin

English

Fu Ling

Hoelin mushroom

Gui Zhi

Cinnamon Twig

Gan Cao

Licorice Root

Gan Jiang

Rhizoma Zingiberis

Fu Zi

Radix Aconiti Lateralis Praeparata

E Jiao

Ass Hide Glue

 

Package:

 

One package contains 7 days dosage, one days' dosage contains:

 

 

Qty
(bags)

each bag contain of concentrated granules(g)

extracted from raw Chinese herbs(g)

Fu Ling

x 1

0.3

10

Gui Zhi

x 1

0.3

6

Gao Cao

x 2

0.3

3

Gan Jiang

x 1

0.6

10

Fu zi

x 1

0.5

10

E Jiao

x 1

3

3

 

 

Concentrated Herb Granules

 

Directions of Use:

 

 

 

1. Dissolve the contents of one (1) day's dosage in approximately one cup (100ml) with boiling water.
2. Cover and let stand for 2-3 minutes, during which time the cover should not be removed.
3. Divided into two (2) equal portions to be taken at separate times.
4. One small package for 2 times, 2 times daily after meals.

 

Caution:

  • Keep out of children
  • Stored in cool and dry place
  • Avoid cold food/drinks, or overeating
  • Avoid use during pregnancy

 

Reference:

1. Chinese-English Textbook Synopsis of Prescriptions of the Golden Chamber
2. Treatise on febrile Caused by cold (Shang Han Lun)
3. A Tralation of the Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing
4. Si Sheng Xin Yuan 

 

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 November, 2010.
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