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You Gui Wan 右 歸 丸

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Source: Collected Treatises of [Zhang] Jing-Yue (1624)

Indication: Kidney Yang Deficiency with waning Ming Men Fire

Symptoms: Exhaustion from long-term illness, aversion to cold, coolness of the extremities, impotence, spermatorrhea and aching and weakness of the lower back and knees. Also, may present with infertility, loose stools (sometimes with undigested food particles), incontinence, and edema of the lower extremities.

Tongue: pale, white; Pulse: deep, thin