Brand: Kan Traditionals

Luminescence 2 ounce

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Product Description

Luminescence, 2 oz

Unit Size2
ContraindicationsUse with caution for patients with loose stools due to Spleen Qi deficiency. Contraindicated during pregnancy.
Chinese SymptomologyBlood deficiency, Wind invasion
Western SymptomologyChronic disorders of the skin that are scaly, flaky, dry, itchy, or thickened, including psoriasis, eczema, neurodermatitis, or any dry skin disorder with little exudation; pale complexion, dry hair or eyes, brittle, cracked, or ridged nails, insomnia, constipation, short menses, blurry vision
ActionsNourishes Blood, moistens Dryness, stops itching, and dispels Wind
PatternLiver Blood deficiency, causing Dryness
TonguePale, dry or cracked coat
PulseThin and weak, possibly floating
Chinese nameDang Gui Yin Zi
English nameLuminescence, 2 oz


Luminescence addresses Blood deficiency particularly as it fails to nourish the skin and hair. When Blood is deficient and unable to moisten and nourish the skin, it leads to brittle and dry hair and nails, dry skin and eyes, a pale, dull complexion, and blurred vision. With the skin malnourished, it is weakened and unable to protect itself against Wind, in turn leading to itchy skin and eyes. Luminescence addresses dry and itchy skin from two angles, by treating the root, which is Blood deficiency, and the manifestation, which is irritation and itching due to a Wind invasion. (Kan Herb Company)


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