In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Yin and Yang, Qi, and Blood are the major fundamental elements in our body that underlie the normal function of organs. Yin and Yang are the opposing principles that depend on each other for existence within any subject, such as female and male for mankind, dark and light for a complete day, negative and positive for numbers. The kidney is the innate source of Yin and Yang of the body. Qi is the vital energy that flows within the body to support the physical activities like breath. The nature of Yin, Yang and Qi has yet to be revealed by modern biomedical studies.
Delicate balances of Yin and Yang and robust levels of Qi energy and Blood are essential to a good state of health. When any of them goes weak, the body manifests with signs of abnormality. For example, when Yin is insufficient, one may feel back weakness, heat sensation, night sweat, insomnia, dry mouth; in case of Yang insufficiency, back soreness may be shown together with cold limbs, impotence, diarrhea; Qi weakness comes with pale face, fatigue, lack of physical strength, shortness of breath on exercise, and poor appetite; Blood deficiency is shown in pale face, anemia, palpitation, and insomnia etc.
AllTonic™ consists of many well known Chinese herbs that tonify Yin and Yang, Qi, and Blood as detailed below. The Chinese herbal formula is modified from the classic Shi Quan Da Bu Wan, a famous Qi and Blood tonic Chinese medicine, with the inclusion of additional Yin and Yang tonic herbs. AllTonic is a general herbal dietary supplement ideal for aging people as Yin, Yang, Qi, and Blood all decline with age. It is also a good starting formula for people who have health concerns but are not certain of which underlying elements need to be enhanced.
Bai Zhu (Atractylodes rhizome) is a key tonic for the Spleen and dries Dampness.
Dang Shen (Codonopsis root) is well known to tonify the Spleen and nourish Qi and strengthens the digestive function.
Gan Cao (Licorice root) tonifies Spleen and Qi and moderates the action of the other herbs.
These 3 Chinese herbs constitute the main ingredients for Si Jun Zi Tang and acts to tonify the Spleen and Qi energy.
Huang Qi (Astragalus root) is a famous Chinese herb that enhances Qi energy and tonifies the Spleen. Many studies have found that Astragalus can enhance the immune function, which is largely dependent on the spleen, in consistent with the role of Astragalus in TCM in defending the body from pathogenic toxins and strengthening the spleen.
Shu Di Huang (prepared Rehmannia root) nourishes the Yin energy and tonifies the blood.
Bai Shao (Poeny root) nourishes the blood, harmonizes the liver and relieves pain.† It is often used in TCM for irregular menses.
Dang Gui (Angelica sinensis root) is a well known Chinese herb that both nourishes and moves the blood.†
The above 3 Chinese herbs constitute the main ingredients for Si Wu Tang and acts to tonify the Blood.
Yi Mu Cao (Chinese Motherwort herb) is an important Chinese herb for gynecological diseases. It invigorates Blood, regulates menses, and reduces masses.†
Dan Shen (Salvia root) is a famous Chinese herb for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. It is often used for irregular menses and menstrual pain.†
Mai Dong (Ophiopogon tuber) acts to nourish stomach Yin energy to generate fluids. Mai Dong also clears the stomach heat.
Sang Shen Zi (Mulberry fruit) tonifies the blood, enriches Yin, generates fluids, and moistens the intestines.
Shou Wu (Polygoni Multiflori root) is a famous Chinese herb that tonifies the liver and kidneys and grow hair. It also helps reduce total cholesterol and triglyceride.
Yin Yang Huo (Horny goat weed) is famous for its action in tonifying the Kidneys and reinforcing Yang and is widely used in enhancing sexual function in Chinese medicine.†
Chuan Duan (Teasel root) tonifies both the liver and the kidneys and strengthens the bones.†
Tu Si Zi (Cuscuta seed) invigorates the kidneys and nourishes the liver and the bone marrow. Cuscuta seed extracts are shown to promote differentiation and mineralization of human osteoblast cells.†
| Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae |
Tuber Ophiopogonis Japonici
Radix Rehmanniae Preparata
Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorae
Herba Epimedii Grandiflori
Radix Angelicae Sinensis
Radix Polygoni Multiflori
Radix Dipsaci Asperi
Semen Cuscutae Chinensis
Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae
Radix Astragali Membranacei
Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae
Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis
| (Bai zhu) |
(Shu di huang)
(Sang shen zi)
(Yin yang huo)
(Yi mu cao)
(He shou wu)
(Tu si zi)
Each bottle contains 80 veggie capsules. Each capsule contains 400 mg 5:1 herbal extract, equivalent to 2 grams of raw herbs.
Alltonic™ is made of pure and authentic Chinese herbs of the finest qualities. The herbs are processed and extracted by a combination of traditional procedures and modern pharmaceutical processes to separate the active ingredients from the raw herbs. The active ingredients are further dried and concentrated into fine particles and encapsulated. Alltonic™ is concentrated five times from the raw herbs, which is about twice as concentrated as regular-strength patent Chinese medicines.
Alltonic™ contains no pharmaceuticals, no artificial colors, and no sugar. Heavy metal contents are well in compliance with the standards set by US Pharmacopeia. Alltonic is manufactured in the USA in a facility registered with the FDA, and in compliance with strict GMP standards.
Take 2 capsules 2 to 3 times daily. The dose may be doubled for maximal results.
As the herbal formula is a mild tonic and acts slowly, results may not be noticeable within 1 month, it is suggested to take 4 to 6 bottles in full dose as the first regimen. The dose may then be reduced.