Qi vacuum (Qi Xu)-YAP1
The concept of Qi is defined as the inner strength of a living being.
Its quantity is defined by the result of the interaction of two energetic planes: The plane of the feeding and that of the energy intake by means of the air.
According to Traditional Chinese medicine, this energy originates in a certain area of our body, the adrenal capsules.
From there it circulates so that it is always regulated or obstructed by the energetic meridians arranged in our anatomy.
A failure to assimilate and use food and/or a lack of pure air, either by internal or external causes, can cause a vacuum of Qi or general energy vacuum that translates into weakness of the organism by a congenital deficiency of the functions of the Viscera.
It can have as its origin all the chronic diseases, the stress and the over-exertions, as well as a congenital deficiency, the food imbalance, the old age and the physiological disorders of the Qi energy and of the quintessential Jing that are its own.
The stagnation of Qi can be related to several other ailments and symptoms, but in this case one should point only to the lack of capacity of extraction of the ingested energy of both food and of inhaled air and not to these other possible stagnations that are They can give in the further phase of the energy circulation.
MANIFESTATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYNDROME
Pale and swollen tongue (by empty spleen)
Exhaustion when striving
Natural Tendency to rest
This formula tones the Qi because when it is low, so is the spleen. They in
crease the mucosidades
Slow blood circulation.
The aim is to improve digestion to encourage food assimilation and to stimulate the adrenal glands
The plants must be mainly of sweet taste and warm nature.
There are also some bitter.
These plants are:
-Sage: tones Yang of spleen and lung mainly.
-Lavender: General Tonic
-Licorice: It acts on the medium reheater (Mid Jiao) spleen-stomach, but also tones lung and kidney. Neutralizes the bowels. Harmonizes the other remedies.
-Angelica: Removes moisture, acts toning spleen and lung.
-Rosemary: General tonic of the org
anism-gentian: bitter tonic that favors digestion, tones the stomach and circulation
-Ginseng: it acts in meridians of spleen, lung and heart.
20V (Feng Chi)
6B (San Yin Jiao)
3B (Tai Bai)
13H (Zhang Men)
6Ren Mai (Qihai)
TREATMENT WITH FITOTERAPIA
Bottle of 31 ml
HOW TO USE
Between 20 drops (0.7 ml) and 30 drops (1 ml) dissolved in half a glass of water or juice (10
0 ml) 3 times a day with dropper sometimes it will be advisable to increase the frequency of the shots, which does not It causes no side effects, always under the advice of a specialist.
RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE
of 60 (2ml) to 90 drops (3ml)
Contiene Licorice: People suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption.
Plant-based food supplements.
Food supplements should not be used as substitutes for a varied and balanced diet.
Do not exceed the daily dose expressly recommended.
Keep out of reach of younger children.
Do not use more than 6 weeks without telling your doctor and specialist.
Keep the container well closed, in a dry and fresh place.