Fu Ling (Scerotium Poria Cocos): A medicinal mushroom; filaments have been used for amnesia, anxiety, restlessness, fatigue, tension, nervousness, dizziness, dysuria (painful urination) and urination problems, edema, insomnia, stomach problems, diarrhea, tumors, and as an antitussive (controls coughing).
Mu Dan Pi (Cortex mountain radicis): Mountain Peony, has been usedas an emetic, and for inducing menstruation; to treat spasms, epilepsy, excitability, whooping cough, arthritis, bowel complaints, GI tract diseases, the heart and circulatory system, neuralgia, migraines, and chronic fatigue syndrome. It clears heat, cool blood: nose bleed, bloody sputum, and profuse menses. Clears liver blood stasis: amenorrhea, abdominal mass, and bruises. Clears rising liver fire: headache and eye pain.
Shen Jiang (Zingiberis officinalis): Ginger root is used for motion sickness, morning sickness, colic, dyspepsia, as an anti-flatulent (having excessive gas in the digestive system), and for antacid preparations, to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, loss of appetite, post-surgical nausea and vomiting, migraine headache, and for discontinuing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drug therapy. It is also used orally for anorexia, upper respiratory tract infections, cough, bronchitis, and as a galactagogue (an agent that stimulates the production and flow of breast milk). Fresh ginger is used orally for treating acute bacterial dysentery, baldness, malaria, orchitis (inflammation of one or both testicles, usually caused by infection. It can also develop in mumps, and if both testicles are affected, it may result in sterility), poisonous snake bites, rheumatism, and toothaches.
Shan Yao (Radix Dioscoreae Oppositae): Chinese Wild yam helps strengthen the spleen, stomach and lung. Chinese yam is classified as neutral and sweet. It is used as a tonic and serves to tonify the spleen and stomach; augment the lung yin and tonify lung qi; and stabilize and tonify the kidneys. Chinese yam contains large amounts of mucilage, which soothe the mucus membranes and can help relieve cough. It is also taken to treat poor digestion; fatigue and diarrhea; weakness; frequent urination; decreased appetite; and wheezing.
Shu Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae glutinosae conquitae): It is being used as a blood tonic usually for the weakness caused by tuberculosis, vomiting blood, nose bleeding, coughing blood, bleeding in the uterus. Also used for arthritis, asthma, fatigue, gout, lupus. It is an analgesic, depurative, diuretic, hypotensive.
Shan Zhu Yu( Fructus Corni Officinalis): Dogwood Fruit invigorates the liver and kidney.
Ze Xie (Rhizoma alismatis orientalis): Oriental Waterplantain Rhizome is often used by obese people to help remove water weight, or by people who have urinary infections or difficulty urinating. It is also used to help the prostate gland function properly and to improve urinary function.
Jing Jie (Schizonepeta): Japanese Catnip has warm and pungent properties, and is associated with the Lung and Liver meridians. Its functions are to expel wind and stop bleeding. Typically, schizonepeta is used to treat wind-cold exterior syndromes that have symptoms such as headaches, chills and fever. Schizonepeta can also reduce inflammation and swelling.
According to Dr. David Jernigan: “Pomifitrin™ has a very specific isolate, Pomiferin™ of the Maclura pomifera tree. Abnormal cell-replication is the plague of the century! It is likely viral-induced through various mechanisms. (See Emerging Viruses, Dr. Leonard Horowitz, www.tetrahedron.org) Pomifitrin™ is believed to work via a novel method. Based upon Bio-Resonance Scanning, the Pomiferin™ isolate contains a plant-based viralophage (A virus that attacks viruses, similar to a bacteriophage) that assists the body in eliminating the viruses associated with abnormal cell replication. As always, we must stress that all of our formulas are designed for strengthening and restoring the overall performance and integrity of the body and does not treat disease. Because of Pomiferin’s™ unique mechanism of action, no anti-viral remedies, such as Virogen, Microbojen, or Borrelogen (which has Virogen in it) should be taken at the same time.”
Ingredients: Maclura pomifera spina, caulis, folium, Radix rehmanniae glutinosae conquitae, fructus cornis officinalis, radix dioscoreae oppositae, sclerotium poriae cocos, cortex mountan radicis, rhizome alismatis orientalis, schizonepeta, Zingiberis officinalis
Ethanol formula contains 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water.