Virility Tabs | Health Concerns
Virility Tabs by Health Concerns
The issue of male potency has been addressed by TCM for millennia. Health Concerns’ Virility Tabs are a unique formula of Chinese herbs designed to support men's reproductive health. The overall category for these herbal formulas is called NAN BAO or Man's Treasure. Many variations are sold in Chinese herb stores worldwide.
Like all NAN BAO formulas, Virility Tabs primarily contain herbs that boost Kidney YANG. There are seven in the Health Concerns formula. Though NAN BAO products contain herbs that strengthen Kidney YANG in order to boost reproductive function, Virility Tabs, to its credit, also contains rehmannia SHU DI HUANG, gelatin E JIAO, and angelica sinensis, DANG GUI, herbs that tonify the YIN. Clinical experience shows that when building YANG, it is wise to include herbs that also build YIN.
While intended to increase virility, many of the ingredients may also help to address other signs of Kidney Deficiency‚ such as functional low back pain‚ chill‚ or frequent urination.
When to Use Virility Tabs
- Low Sex Drive (Either Man Or Woman)
- Kidney YANG Deficiency
- Kidney YIN Deficiency
- Supports Normal Male Fertility
- Supports Normal Sperm
- Supports Normal Erectile Function
Virility Tabs TCM Uses and Properties
- Warms Kidney YANG
- Tonifies The Qi And Blood
- Warms the Fire Gate
Virility Tabs Serving Size
2-3 tablets, 3X a day, or as prescribed.
Best on an empty stomach
When Not to Use Virility Tabs: Safety Cautions and Contra-Indications
Do not use in patients with YIN Deficient heat signs such as night sweats, hot flashes at night, or afternoon fever or feverishness.
Do not use during common cold or similar respiratory affliction.
Self-diagnosis and self treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, long term, or serious conditions. To insure the best outcome for yourself and minimize the cost and chance of side effects, Find a Local TCM Practitioner or Start an E-mail Consultation.
Virility Tabs Ingredients
|Ba Ji Tian||Morinda|
|Bu Gu Zhi||Psoralea|
|Dang Gui (Shen)||Tangkuei|
|E Jiao (A Jiao)||Gelatin|
|Huang Qi (Bei)||Astragalus Root|
|Ji Lin Bai Ren Shen||Chinese White Ginseng Root|
|Lu Jiao Shuang||Cornus Cervi Fragments|
|Rou Cong Rong||Cistanches|
|Rou Gui||Cinnamon Bark|
|Shu Di Huang||Rehmannia (Cooked)|
*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.