Gui Shen Qi Pian
kidney function for strong bones since 210 A. D.
Therapeutic Actions: Warms and tonifies Kidney Yang
Indications: Chilliness, cold hands and feet, weak or sore
back and knees, frequent or insufficient urination; unusual sweating,
edema, improper movement of fluids with excessive or deficient release
of urine, sweat, etc.; chronic wheezing and shortness of breath;
“cold womb” or “cold sperm,” lack of sexual desire, fatigue after
Indications: Syndrome of Kidney yang insufficiency
as seen in chronic nephritis, diabetes, vegetative nerve disturbance,
senile dementia, primary stage of prostatic hyperplasia, infertility,
urinary dysfunction, amenorrhea, and other chronic disorders with
the symptoms of lassitude in the loins, legs, and feet.
For conditions caused by Kidney yang function disorder including,
bone problems like osteoporosis, neck problems or herniated disks,
as well as tinnitus, memory loss, and menopausal symptoms.