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Gui Ban #1258M

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Pin Ying Name: Gui Ban

Chinese Name: 龜板

English Name: Fresh-Water Turtle Plastron

Latin Name: Testudinis, Plastrum

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Herbs that Tonify the Yin
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Actions & Indications
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Nourishes Yin and anchors Yang

  • Yin Deficiency with Yang Rising with fever, night sweats, dizziness, tinnitus and steaming bone disorder
  • Kidney and Liver Yin Deficiency generating Internal Wind with facial spasms and tremors of the hands and feet

Benefits the Kidneys and strengthens the bones

  • Kidney Yin Deficiency with soreness of the lower back, weakness in the legs, retarded skeletal development in children or failure of the fontanel to close

Nourishes the Blood, enriches Yin and stabilizes the Chong and Ren channels

  • Red and white vaginal discharge or uterine bleeding

Cools the Blood and stops uterine bleeding

  • Blood Heat causing excessive menstruation or uterine bleeding

Nourishes the Blood and tonifies the Heart

  • Heart Yin and/or Blood Deficiencies with anxiety, insomnia and forgetfulness

Treats non-healing sores and ulcerations

  • Non-healing sores and ulcerations
  • Contraindicated during pregnancy because it softens hardness, expels Stasis and aids in difficult births.
  • Contraindicated for those with Damp-Cold Stomach.
  • Contraindicated for those with diarrhea due to Yang Deficiency.