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#5722C Rehmannia Root, Raw
Sheng Di Huang
100 grams

Rehmannia Root, Raw<br> Sheng Di Huang<br> 100 grams

Plum Flower Rehmannia Root, Raw
Sheng Di Huang

Pinyin Name: Sheng Di Huang
English Name: Rehmannia Root, Raw
Properties: sweet, bitter, cold
Channels Entered: Heart, Liver, Kidney

High fever, dry mouth and tongue, restlessness and fever at night, delirium, red tongue, heat forcing blood out of the vessels, excessive menstrual bleeding, urticaria (allergic hives), rashes, itching, irritability, thirst, hot flashes, dry cracked tongue, steaming bones syndrome, dry cough, throat pain and soreness, night sweats, poor appetite, tidal fever, constipation due to heat in intestines, heat in small intestine and bladder are some of the imbalances satisfied clients have used this product for.

Primary Traditional Functions
Clears Heat and Cools the Blood
Heat invading the ying (nutritive) and xue (blood) levels, characterized by:

  • High fever
  • Dry mouth and tongue
  • No thirst
  • Restlessness and feverish sensations at night
  • Delirium
  • Mania

Scarlet red tongue
Heat in the ying (nutritive) and xue (blood) levels

Heat in the xue (blood) level forces blood out of the vessels

  • Hematemesis
  • Epistaxis
  • Hematuria

Gastrointestinal bleeding, purpura and excessive menstrual bleeding.

  • Hematemesis and epistaxis
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding

Excessive menstrual bleeding
Purpura or bleeding with macula and blotches on the skin

Dermatological disorders
Heat in the xue (blood) level

  • Dermatological disorders
  • Urticaria (allergic hives)
  • Rashes


  • Urticaria (allergic hives)
  • Rash
  • Itching

Nourishes Yin and Promotes Generation of Body Fluids
Febrile disorders injuring the yin

  • Xiao ke (wasting and thirsting) disorders
  • Clears heat
  • Nourishes yin
  • Promotes generation of body fluids

Complications of excess heat in which heat is drying body fluids

  • Fever and irritability

Yin or fluid deficiency characterized by:

  • Thirst
  • Hot flashes
  • Dry, cracked tongue with cracks
  • Dry mouth
  • Steaming bones sensations
  • Dry cough
  • Throat pain and soreness
  • Night sweating

Irritability and thirst

  • Thirst due to heat with Stomach yin deficiency
  • Thirst and irritability due to Lung heat
  • Xiao ke (wasting and thirsting) syndrome

Late-stages febrile disorders
Presence of heat with severe damage to yin and body fluids
Tidal fevers with feverish sensations at night but coldness in the morning

  • Tidal fever
  • Flushed cheeks
  • Irritability
  • Thirst
  • Poor appetite

Wu xin re (five-center heat)

  • Tidal fever with heat and yin deficiency


  • Constipation caused by heat entering the Large Intestine and drying fluids

Lin zheng (dysuria syndrome)

  • Lin zheng arising from heat attacking the Small Intestine and Urinary Bladder

Concentration: 5:1

Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
2 to 6 grams per day or as directed by your wellness coach. Maximum dosage is 20 grams. Because it is rich and may cause stagnation, Sheng Di Huang is often processed with Sheng Jiang (Rhizoma Zingiberis Recens) juice or prescribed with a small portion of Sha Ren (Fructus Amomi) to avoid the buildup of dampness.

Cautions & Contraindications
Sweet and stagnating in nature, Sheng Di Huang may create dampness in the middle jiao and is contraindicated in people with Spleen and Stomach qi or yang deficiencies or those with abdominal fullness or diarrhea.

Each bottle contains 100 grams.

Rehmannia Root, Raw - Sheng Di Huang

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