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#5700C Ophiopogon
Mai Men Dong
100 grams

Ophiopogon<br> Mai Men Dong<br> 100 grams

Plum Flower Ophiopogon
Mai Men Dong

Pinyin Name: Mai Men Dong
English Name: Ophiopogon
Properties: slightly bitter, cool
Channels Entered: Heart, Lung, Spleen, Stomach

Moistening lungs, sore throat, sputum, diphtheria, loss of the voice, dry mouth, fatigue, extreme thirst, irritability, insomnia, palpitations, night fever, restless sleep, red tongue, forgetfulness and night sweats are some of the imbalances satisfied clients have used this product for.

Primary Traditional Functions
Nourishes Yin and Moistens the Lungs
Pathogenic dryness attacking the lung may result in symptoms of dry mouth, dry throat, dry cough with no sputum or scanty difficult to expectorate sputum. Sometimes hemoptysis or blood streaked sputum may be present

  • Heat and dryness in the Lung from dyspnea, dry cough, chest fullness and pain
  • Fire and dryness in the Lung from coughing with blood and or thick, yellow, difficult to expectorate sputum and chest pain

Chronic dry cough from Lung yin deficiency
Deficiency heat signs of low grade fever, flushed cheeks and irritability may be present

  • Sore throat with epistaxis. hematemesis or blood streaked sputum
  • Loss of voice, dry throat, thirst
  • Lung and Kidney yin deficiencies with excessive hemoptysis

Yin deficient heat

  • Soreness and swelling of the throat due to yin deficiency and excess heat
  • Diphtheria with sore throat
  • Hematemesis or epistaxis due to yin deficiency and excess heat

Nourishes the Stomach and Generates Fluids

  • Stomach yin deficiency with thirst and dry mouth
  • Stomach yin deficiency with hiccups and vomiting
  • Qi and yin deficiency with fatigue, shortness of breath, thirst and dry mouth

Xiao ke (wasting and thirsting syndrome) Mai Men Dong enters the Spleen and Stomach and is commonly used to treat xiao ke syndrome of the upper and middle jiao

  • Xiao ke syndrome with extreme thirst
  • Xiao ke syndrome with heat and thirst

Clears the Heart and Eliminates Irritability
With deficiencies of yin and blood heat rises upwards and disturbs the Shen of the Heart

  • Yin and blood deficiencies of the Heart with heat characterized by insomnia, palpitations, irritability, night fever or restless sleep
  • Heat in the ying (nutritive) stage characterized by nocturnal fever, irritability and insomnia
  • Qi and blood deficiencies caused by chronic febrile disorder with irritability and insomnia
  • Yin and blood deficiencies characterized by restlessness, irritability, insomnia, palpitations, fatigue, red tongue and little coating
  • Disharmony of the Kidney and Heart characterized by insomnia, forgetfulness, night sweats and palpitations

Moistens the Intestines
Deficiency of yin and fluids leading to dryness is a major cause of constipation

  • Constipation
  • Post febrile disease with constipation

Concentration: 5:1

Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 3 grams per day or as directed by your wellness coach.

Cautions & Contraindications

  • Contraindicated for clients with coughing caused by wind-cold or damp phlegm accumulation
  • Contraindicated for clients with diarrhea from cold and deficiency of the middle jiao
  • Use of Mai Men Dong may be associated with drowsiness and sedation. Individuals taking this herb should exercise caution while driving or operating heavy machinery.

Note: Since Dendrobium has become difficult to import, Ophiopogon paired with Asparagus Root have been used as a worthy substitute.

Each bottle contains 100 grams. Contains non-gmo dextrin and sulfites.

Ophiopogon Tuber - Mai Men Dong

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