Tian Wang Bu Xin is a famous Chinese herbal formula used to replenish the Blood and Yin, and support Heart functions. The herbal supplement calms the mind and supports restful sleep.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the Heart controls the Blood and stores Shen (The Spirit). The Kidney is the source of Yin and Yang energy for the entire body, including the Heart. When the Heart function is weak with respect to Yin and Blood, Shen (The Spirit) does not rest well and causes restlessness, a sensation of pounding heart, and forgetfulness. One may also have difficulty staying asleep, be troubled by dreams, or (for men) suffer nocturnal emissions.
Additionally, one may have warm and moist palms and soles, dry mouth, or dry stool.
Tian Wang Bu Xin formula is composed of multiple herbs that either nourish Yin, or blood or calm the mind. The herbs are combined according to the TCM principles so that they can act in concert to support heart function.
Tian Wang Bu Xin formula has been indicated in China Pharmacopoeia1 for nourishing Yin and blood and tonifying the heart to tranquilize the mind. The herbal formula may be used to encourage normal heart function, support more restful sleep, and support mental calmness.
Tian Wang Bu Xin Herbal Tea Granules / Replenish the Blood, Support heart health
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