Removes Excess Heat From The Body, Helping You Stay Cool
It’s frustrating when you can’t pinpoint exactly why you feel off-balance. There are so many things that can cause your body to lose its cool and overheat. This includes metaphorically losing your cool, i.e. becoming angry and holding on to that anger. Or maybe it’s something you ate or drank. Maybe it’s stress?
When your body is functioning as it should, having a cup of coffee, which contains the heat-generating stimulant caffeine, causes no harm. Facing acute stress should be no problem either. However, if you don’t have enough cooling Yin energy, that cup of coffee or any other heat-generating thing, be it physical or emotional, may cause some of the following symptoms: Hot flashes; occasional tiredness; night sweats; vaginal dryness; low back discomfort or weakness; dry skin; unquenchable thirst; short temper, and nocturnal emissions.
Zhi Bai Di Huang can help mitigate signs of hyperactive or excess heat. If you have menopause-associated night sweats or hot flashes, YinVive Cool can help extinguish the fire.
Classic TCM Medicine Clears Deficiency Heat And Nourishes Yin
In TCM theory, when Yin and Yang energies are in perfect balance, the body functions in harmony. Yin energy moistens and cools the body. However, if Yin is depleted, fire or heat may develop. While having a heat, hot flashes or night sweats are manifestations of Yin deficiency, sometimes you don’t feel true heat in your body. Rather, there is a lack of moistening and cooling in the organs and tissues.
Yin deficiency is likely to occur when you’re constantly overworked, not getting enough sleep and always on-the-go.
Sometimes, obvious lifestyle modifications such as eating right and exercising aren’t enough to remove heat. Chinese herbs such as those Zhi Bai Di Huang can help restore Yin-Yang balance.
How Does YinVive Cool Work?
Based on the classic formula, Liu Wei Di Huang Tang, YinVive Cool contains the additions of Zhi Mu (Anemarrhena rhizome) and Huang Bai(Phellodendron bark) to clear, as it’s known in TCM theory, “pathogenic fire flaring upwards.” This upwards excess heat is the syndrome associated with menopausal imbalances such as hot flashes and night sweats.
Shu Di Huang (Prepared rehmannia root) tonifies Yin and nourishes the blood. Shan Zhu Yu (Dogwood fruit) tonifies and augments the Liver and Kidneys. Mu Dan Pi (Tree peony bark) clears heat and cools the blood.
Shan Yao (Chinese yam) generates fluids and tonifies the Kidneys and retains life-essence, or Jing energy. Fu Ling (Poria) removes dampness and strengthens the Spleen’s ability to transform nutrients. Ze Xie (Water plantain rhizome) also moves water and also drains damp-heat.