Virility Caps 90 C  By Health Concerns

Virility Caps 90 C By Health Concerns

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Virility Caps 90 capsules by Health Concerns

Tablets appear on the bottle but they are Capsules

Therapeutic Actions
  • Promotes male fertility
  • Useful for impotence, poor sperm count, and poor sperm mobility
  • Can also be used for yang deficiency individuals as a tonic

    Chinese Therapeutic Effects
  • Warms kidney yang
  • Relaxes the shen
  • Tonifies the Qi and blood

    Administration Internal: 2 to 3 capsules TID, between meals 90 vegetarian capsules, 750 mg., 15 day supply Contraindications: Individuals with yin deficiency heat pattern should not take this formula (see Clinical Notes)

    Ingredients Kirin Ginseng root (ren shen), Epimedium leaf (yin yang huo), Cistanche salsa herb (rou cong rong), Morinda root (ba ji tian), Astragalus root (huang qi), Deer antler sediment (lu jiao shuang), Dipsacus root (xu duan), Tang Kuei root (dang gui), Psoralea fruit (bu gu zhi), Eucommia bark (du zhong), Cynamorium plant (suo yang), Rehmannia (cooked) root (shu di huang), Cardamon fruit (sha ren), Cinnamon bark (rou gui)

    Formula This is an empirical formula based on Dr. Fung's 60 years of clinical experience.

    Some of the conditions that contribute to infertility in men are decreased libido, lack of energy, difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection, premature ejaculation, and low sperm count, poor sperm motility, among others. In Chinese medicine, the primary organ responsible for maintaining reproduction capabilities is the kidney; it also stores essence, which is the basis for sperm production. Common syndrome patterns that can give rise to infertility include insufficient kidney yang, kidney yin deficiency of Qi and blood, and constrained liver qi which causes blood stasis.

    In this formula, the chief herb is kirin ginseng (ren shen) which strongly tonifies the basal qi and strengthens the spleen and tonifies the stomach. Cistanche salsa (rou cong rong) addresses impotence, spermatorrhea, and cold pain of the back. Morinda (ba ji tian) along with psoralea (bu gu zhi) tonify the kidney and Qi. Deer antler sediment (lu jiao shuang) and cynamorium (suo yang) tonify the kidney, with the latter aiding the smooth flow of Qi and blood. Herbs that tonify the blood are rehmannia (shu di huang), tang kuei (dang gui), and gelatinum (e jiao). Cinnamon bark (rou gui) warms the kidney and fortifies the yang. Cardamon (sha ren) promotes the movement of Qi and strengthens the stomach; in addition, it is added to this formula, which is tonifying in order to prevent the herbs from causing stagnation.
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