Product Description

Supplement Yin, 180 cap

Unit Size: 60 (12:1 extract)

Potency: 10:1 (average) 500mg

Chinese Symptomology: yao tong (low back pain); dao han (night sweats); pi juan (fatigue); shen re (hot body); tou re (hot head); yu zheng (depression)

Western Symptomology: Perimenopausal syndrome with hot flashes; Night sweats; Vaginal dryness; Possible insomnia; Postmenopausal osteoporosis

Actions: Supplements the spleen, liver, and kidneys; Enriches yin; Invigorates yang; Moves the qi and quickens the blood; Seeps dampness and drains fire; Nourishes the heart and quiets the spirit

Pattern: Spleen Qi and Kidney yin and yang vacuity with vacuity heat complicated by Liver Qi and possibly minor blood stasis.

Chinese name: Bu Yin Tang

English name: Supplement Yin, 180 cap


Designed especially to support perimenopausal women patients. This formula has been the subject of research showing that it can be used to prevent or slow the onset of osteoporosis. This formula is originally found in Gong Ding-xian's Wan Bing Hui Chun (Restoring Spring to the Tens of Thousands of Diseases).


Shu Di Huang, Sheng Di Huang, Fu Ling, Zhi Mu, Huang Bai, Dang Shen, Dang Gui, Bai Shao, Nui Xi, Bu Gu Zhi, Du Zhong, Xiao Hui Xiang, Chen Pi, Gan Cao