Blossom (Phase 3) – By Evergreen Herbs

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Blossom Phase 3

TCM Function

  • Tonifies Kidney yang
  • Replenishes Kidney jing(essence)
  • Mildly moves blood in the lower jiao

Ingredients

  • Ba Ji Tian(Radix Morindae Officinalis)
  • Bai Shao(Radix Paeoniae Alba)
  • Dang Gui(Radix Angelicae Sinensis)
  • Gou Qi Zi(Fructus Lycii)
  • Lu Jiao Shuang(Cornu Cervi Degelatinatum)
  • Shan Zhu Yu(Fructus Corni)
  • Shu Di Huang(Radix Rehmanniae Praeparata)
  • Suo Yang(Herba Cynomorii)
  • Tu Si Zi(Semen Cuscutae)
  • Xiao Hui Xiang(Fructus Foeniculi)
  • Xu Duan(Radix Dipsaci)
  • Yi Mu Cao(Herba Leonuri)
  • Yin Yang Huo(Herba Epimedii)
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Description

Blossom Phase 3

(Blossom Phase 3) – Ovulation phase is when a mature egg called an ovum is released from the follicle out of the ovary and into to the nearest Fallopian tube. Sometimes two of these eggs can mature in a month, if both are fertilized this may result in twins. As we discussed in the follicular phase video the increase in LH triggers ovulation. The egg then travels into the uterus. If you have regular 28-day menstrual cycles, ovulation usually occurs on day 14, but most women vary in this timing so this can happen anytime 11 to 16 days before your upcoming period. Even the best quality egg only lives about 24 hours so If fertilization is gonna occur, it must happen within 24 hours of ovulation then It takes about three or four days for the egg to travel toward the uterus, and begin its implantation process.

In Chinese medicine we view the The ovulatory phase as the time when the Kidney yin is turning into yang at this precise moment there is a peak in temperature and ovulation occurs. In order to assure a smooth transitions we need to tonify the kidney yang for the transition replenish the kidney jing (or energy reserves) for quality,  and mildly move the blood in the lower Jiao to encourage the journey to the endometrium. Chinese herbs can be very helpful during to help with these patterns when looking for a more modern day formula look for one containing at least one if not more of the following herbs: Ba ji tian: strengthens the kidney yang as well as the sinews and bones, shu di huang which tonifes the liver and kidney yin, as well as the blood and essence, or bai shao which nourishes the blood preserves and astringes the yin, as well as nourishes the liver yin.

TCM Function

  • Tonifies Kidney yang
  • Replenishes Kidney jing(essence)
  • Mildly moves blood in the lower jiao

Ingredients

  • Ba Ji Tian(Radix Morindae Officinalis)
  • Bai Shao(Radix Paeoniae Alba)
  • Dang Gui(Radix Angelicae Sinensis)
  • Gou Qi Zi(Fructus Lycii)
  • Lu Jiao Shuang(Cornu Cervi Degelatinatum)
  • Shan Zhu Yu(Fructus Corni)
  • Shu Di Huang(Radix Rehmanniae Praeparata)
  • Suo Yang(Herba Cynomorii)
  • Tu Si Zi(Semen Cuscutae)
  • Xiao Hui Xiang(Fructus Foeniculi)
  • Xu Duan(Radix Dipsaci)
  • Yi Mu Cao(Herba Leonuri)
  • Yin Yang Huo(Herba Epimedii)

Recommended Dosing

  • 3-4 capsules 3 times a day for an average adult (18-60 years of age, approximately 150 lbs). This standard dosage may be increased or decreased depending on the patient’s individual factors, such as age, body weight, type of illness and severity.
  • Serve with warm water on an empty stomach, 2-3 hours apart from your prescription medication or other supplements. Do not take with tea, coffee, juice, soda or any other beverages.

Additional information

This Formula Comes in:

Capsules, Granules

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