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Balance Spring

CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

* Atrophic vaginitis or vulvovaginitis with vaginal dryness, itching, and burning sensations

* Vaginal dryness and atrophy due to hormonal irregularity, estrogen deficiency, or menopause

* Painful intercourse due to vaginal dryness and atrophy, or insufficient vaginal lubrication

 

WESTERN THERAPEUTIC ACTIONS

* Regulates and restores hormone balance

* Promotes health of soft tissues

* Phytoestrogen activity to treat vaginal dryness

* Phytoestrogen activity to treat irregular menstruation, menstrual pain, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis

 

CHINESE THERAPEUTIC ACTIONS

* Nourishes the blood to soften the Liver

* Strengthens the Spleen

* Tonifies Kidney yin and jing (essence)

* Moves blood to the lower jiao

This is a wonderful formula. If you are interested call or test me to make an appointment.

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Formula Highlight

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What is your cycle saying about
your health

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A healthy menstrual cycle is one that comes regularly, approximately every 26-30 days, with no premenstrual physical or emotional discomfort, no pain, moderate flow (needing to change a pad or tampon every 3-4 hours), no clots, no spotting and that consistently lasts 4-5 days. The color should be a medium red color, not too dark and end concisely (no lingering spotting beyond the fifth or sixth day). If there is any deviation from the above ranges, we defines it a symptom or imbalance according to Eastern Asian medicine. Sometimes, it is not yet reflected to the discomfort to body, or milder PMS. However, it is time Eastern Asian medicine shall come to intervene. We call it preventive medicine, not to wait until medical exams show. Menstrual irregularities can be caused by a variety of conditions, including stress, pregnancy, hormonal imbalances, infections, malignancies, diseases, trauma, and certain medications. While conventional medicine addresses structure issues by using hormone medicine or surgery, Eastern Asian medicine address issues in a functional way. It can work independently or in collaboration with conventional medicine.