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The Energetix Twelve Virtues Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals
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The Energetix Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals 14_14050 are from the Energetix Twelve Virtues product line, with Chinese botanical ingredients that have been part of traditional Chinese medicine for generations. Energetix Celestial Empress utilizes the benefits of a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formula based on Ginseng and Zizyphus Formula: Tian Wang Bu Xin Tang and the beauty of Spagyric processing for an effective and easy-to-use tincture to assist the Heart Protector system. This system is most active between 7 PM and 9 PM. Symptoms that reoccur daily during this time may be attributed to congestion of or disharmony in this vital system. The Heart Protector, also known as the Pericardium, is considered to be a yin organ in Chinese medicine and its function is closely associated with the Heart. The Heart Protector has its own Qi meridian and is often used to regulate heat. In western medicine the Pericardium is described as the protective outer covering or sac around the heart. This is mirrored in TCM, which sees the Pericardium as protecting the Heart from invasion by external pathogenic factors, such as high fever. The heat, in such an instance, would be contained by the Pericardium, thus protecting the Heart. According to classical Chinese theory, a compromised Heart Protector could reveal symptoms such as palpitations, insomnia, poor concentration, and hot flashes. The Heart Protector also relates to the Heart's association with the emotion of Joy. In Chinese medicine too little or too much Joy in one's life is an example of disharmony seen in attitudes of irritability, anxiety, panic, and difficulty with intimacy. The companion Twelve Essences essential oil for Celestial Empress is Connection.The Energetix Twelve Virtues Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals 14_14050 can be very helpful for:
Adrenal fatigue, Irritability, Palpitations, Anxiety, Insomnia, Brain fog, Muscle fatigue, Nocturnal emissions, Dry stool, Hot flashes, Night sweats, Tinnitus, Constipation, Fluid imbalance, and Mouth sores.Recommended usage of Energetix Twelve Virtues Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals 14_14050:
30 drops orally (in water or juice if desired) twice daily AM/PM, or as directed.Note:
Recommendations for usage are general guidelines. Always read provided instructions, and consider all aromatherapy safety guidelines that apply - such as, 'Do not take internally' and 'Keep away from children.'Key Ingredients of Energetix Twelve Virtues Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals 14_14050:Sheng Di Huang
(Rehmannia fresh) - Used in TCM to clear heat and cool blood which may result in fever, thirst and scarlet tongue; to nourish yin and generate fluids; to cool the upward Heart fire in cases of mouth sores, insomnia, thirst and fevers.Dang Shen
(Codonopsis root) - Tonifies the Middle Burner and augments the Qi for lack of appetite, fatigue, tired limbs, diarrhea, vomiting, or any chronic illness with Spleen Qi deficiency.Bai Zi Ren
(Biota seed) - Used traditionally to nourish the Heart and calm the spirit; for irritability, insomnia, forgetfulness, palpitations with anxiety due to Heart blood deficiency; moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels; for constipation in the elderly; debilitated post partum women; for hot flashes.Jie Geng
(Platycodon) - Opens the Lungs to expel phlegm and soothe cough, to expel lung and throat abscess pus; used for sore throat and loss of voice, directs other herbs action to the upper body.Tian Men Dong
(Asparagus tuber) - Traditionally used to nourish Kidneys and clear Lung heat; for dry mouth and/or thick or bloodstreaked sputum that is difficult to move; moistens Lungs and generates fluids, to alleviate thirst, lift low grade fever; for constipation due to dry intestines.Di Gu Pi
(Lycium bark) - Used to drain fire from yin deficiency; for night sweats, sweating, chronic low-grade fevers, irritability, and thirst; for coughing and wheezing; for nosebleeds, bloody urine and vomiting blood due to reckless movement of hot blood; for toothache.Mu Dan Pi
(Su) (Moutan) - Chinese botanical that has been used to clear heat and cool blood shown symptomatically as nosebleeds, bloody mucus, vomit, profuse menstruation, bruises; to clear ascending Liver fire in symptoms of headache, eye pain, flank pain, flushing, and menstrual imbalances; to drain pus and reduce swelling, used topically for sores or internally for abscesses.Mai Men Dong
(Ophiopogon tuber) - Literally means 'lush winter wheat.' This herb moistens the Lungs and stops cough. Augments the Stomach yin and generates fluids for dry tongue and mouth due to insufficient Stomach yin. Clears the Heart and eliminates irritability. Moistens the intestines for constipation, dry mouth, and irritability.Wu Wei Zi
(Schisandra fruit) - Used traditionally in TCM for inhibiting sweating and generating fluids.Dang Gui
(Tangkuei) - Tonifies the blood and regulates the menses; for patterns of blood deficiency with such symptoms as a pallid, ashen complexion, tinnitus, blurred vision, and palpitations. Commonly used for blood deficiency associated with menstrual disorders such as irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, etc. Invigorates and harmonizes the Blood and disperses cold.Suan Zao Ren
(Zizyphus) - Used traditionally to nourish the Heart and expand Liver blood; to quiet irritation, insomnia, palpitations with anxiety, and sweating.Qin Jiao
(Gentiana macrophylla root) - Dispels wind-dampness; used for painful obstructions and cramping especially in the extremities, clears heat from deficiency manifesting as fever, clears dampness and reduces jaundice, moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels.Mu Li
(Oyster shell) - Used to settle and calm the spirit; for palpitations with anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, irritability, dizziness, headache, tinnitus, blurred vision, temper; for containing fluids in cases of continuous sweating, night sweats, nocturnal emissions, spermatorrhea, vaginal discharge, uterine bleeding due to deficiency; for softening nodules, for alleviating pain in the Stomach with sour taste in mouth.Huang Jing
(Polygonatum/Siberian solomon seal) - Used in TCM to tonify the Spleen; for fatigue and loss of appetite, dry mouth, loss of taste, dry stools, red tongue; moistens the Lungs; for dry cough; tonifies the Kidneys; for low back pain, lightheadedness, and weakness of the lower extremities; for thirst.Xuan Shen
(Scrophularia) - Used traditionally in TCM to clear heat and cool blood in cases such as bleeding, fever, dry mouth, and purple tongue; to nourish yin in cases of constipation and irritability; to drain fire and relieve toxicity in cases of swollen or red eyes and sore throat; to soften hardness and dissipate nodules in the neck.Fu Shen
(Poria root) - Known traditionally for draining dampness, strengthening the Spleen and harmonizing the Middle Burner; promotes urination, transforms phlegm, quiets the Heart and calms the spirit. For loss of appetite, diarrhea, headaches, palpitation, dizziness, forgetfulness, and insomnia.Yuan Zhi
(Polygala) - Used in TCM to calm the spirit and quiet the Heart; for insomnia, palpitations, with anxiety, restlessness, and disorientation, for pent up emotions; expels phlegm around the Heart manifesting as emotional and mental disorientation or seizures; expels Lung phlegm; for coughs with copious sputum, especially when difficult to expectorate; reduces abscesses, sores, and swollen, painful breasts.Dan Shen
(Salvia root) - Used traditionally in TCM to invigorate blood and break up blood stasis in the lower abdomen such as dysmenorrhea and amenorrhea; to clear heat and soothe irritability in cases of restlessness and insomnia.Other Ingredients:
Ethanol - 20%, Glycerin - 2%, and Distilled Water - 78%.Product: Energetix Twelve Virtues Celestial Empress - Heart Protector Chinese Botanicals
SKU/Part Number: 14_14050
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