Dong Quai Tincture
Guaranteed Mother Tincture
Support a woman's health and reproductive system, relieve the discomforts of menopause (hot flashes, vaginal dryness and mood swings) and premenstrual syndrome (PMS), dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), menorrhagia (abnormal menstruation), prolapsed uterus, and has been used to regulate monthly cycles in women after giving birth or when ending the use of birth control pills. It has been purported to help with angina, arthritis, kidney disease, nerve pain, abdominal pain, pulmonary hypertension and menstrual migraines, anemia, for clearing liver stagnation, of both energy and toxins, and for the relief of constipation, especially in the elderly.
Anti-cramping, hypotensive, antiasthmatic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antiarthritic. It has also been shown to be effective against several strains of microorganisms, especially fungi such as Candida albicans, the primary cause of vaginal yeast infections.
After the delivery of a child, Dong quai has been used as a post-partum tonic that helps to regulate the menses and build the blood. Reduce pain associated with endometriosis, especially when used in combination with other natural herbs like Chaste Tree. Women have found more effective control over menopausal symptoms for hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swings and when it is used with Black Cohosh Tincture.
Increases blood flow to the heart, brain, and extremities, appear to impede blood clotting, improving overall circulation, thereby helping to guard against stroke and heart attack, significant blood pressure-lowering action, due to its ability to dilate blood vessels, and it is also reported to possess calcium channel blockers, which help a wide variety of cardiovascular conditions, including hypertension, arteriosclerosis, and angina.
Both men and women use as a tonic to cleanse and purify the blood, as it promotes better circulation and helps to improve brain stimulation and alertness, promote better blood circulation throughout the body and to the brain; and improved circulation may help to relieve tinnitus, blurred vision, palpitations, blurred vision, migraines and headaches due to blood deficiency or constipation. For eye disorders, Dong quai contains compounds that are said to keep blood vessels in the eye from leaking and causing swelling in the retina, and they are also thought to impede the formation of blood clots that may occur in the eye.
Reduce histamine and inflammation of joint swelling associated with rheumatism, as well as to lessen the embarrassment and discomfort of skin conditions, including psoriasis, eczema, and vitiligo.
Sleeplessness, or insomnia, will calm the nerves, pain-relieving effects; and its analgesic activity, combined with its smooth-muscle relaxing properties, support its historical use in easing the discomforts in conditions such as trauma, abdominal pain, and cramps.
Has shown some antibiotic effects against several bacteria, such as E-coli, strep, and Shigella, in laboratory studies.
Contraindications: Should not be used by pregnant or nursing women nor by women with a typically heavy menstrual flow.
It is not recommended for diabetics, those who are taking anticoagulants (Coumadin, aspirin, etc.) or people who are using medication for high blood pressure.
People using it on a regular basis should limit prolonged exposure to the sun or other sources of ultraviolet radiation.
Do not use Dong Quai if you have diarrhea from weak digestion, a bleeding disorder, have had a miscarriage or have a cold or the flu.
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