Jade Spring™


Supplement in a Nutshell

Deficiency of Yin of Lungs, Stomach and Spleen.

Classical Antecedent (Modified)

Sha Shen Mai Dong Tang

Differences from Classical Antecedent

Nourishes Spleen-Yin.

60 Tabs / 500mg

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Stomach-Yin deficiency, Spleen-Yin deficiency, Lung-Yin deficiency, Stomach Empty-Heat.


Nourish Stomach-Yin, Spleen-Yin and Lung-Yin, clear Stomach Empty-Heat.

Tongue: Dry, either no coating or rootless coating in the centre, Stomach crack in the midline or scattered small cracks; it may be slightly red in the centre.
Pulse: Floating-empty on the right middle position.

Caution and Contraindications
As indicated above, the tongue must be without coating: if there is a coating, this is not the right supplement. Yin tonics tend to be “sticky” and may injure the Spleen but this would happen only after long-term use (months).