Yin-Care Supreme Oral Care

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5.1 fl. oz. (150 ml)
Yin-Care Supreme Oral Care is a natural extension of the widely used Yin-Care formula for general bacterial, fungal and viral complaints. This anti-microbial mouth rinse is comprised of the same ingredients as the Yin-Care Original described to the left, but without the Pseudolarix (Tu Jing Pi) and Atractylodis (Cang Zhu). The Oral Care product is alcohol-free and may be used for acute conditions or for daily hygiene. Naturally sweetened with Stevia and mint essence for improved flavor, it also contains glycerine, added for better gum adhesion. Available size: 5.1 fl. oz. (150 ml)
Di Fu Zi, Yin Chen Hao, Du Huo, She Chuang Zi, Shi Chang Pu, Ai Ye, Bo He, Jin Yin Hua, Zhi Zi, Huang Bai, Huang Qin, Ku Shen, Distilled water, Food grade emulsifier (tween 80), Glycerin, Food grade preservative (potassium sorbate), Stevia, Mint essence, Citric acid
Yin-Care products are imported and packaged as Yin-Care by ArborUSA. In China it is known as Jie Er Yin Xi Ye, literally “Clean Your Yin Wash-Liquid”. It is popular in China on a level rivaling America’s successful over-the-counter products. Millions of bottles are sold yearly, mostly for vaginitis and as a topical anti-fungal. The Yin-Care formula is said to originate in an old Daoist formula from the area around Chengdu. It was used as a bath four times per year to prepare for seasonal changes while avoiding pathogenic factors. (Because Chengdu is hot and humid, topical fungal infections and other skin conditions may have been prevalent.) A spiritual devotee, Xue Yongxin, was authorized by his Daoist teacher, Zheng Guoli, to make the formula available to the people of Chengdu. Mr. Xue started manufacturing in 1982. By 1991, hospital studies began to confirm its efficacy as a topical application, and the government approved the product for hospital distribution. By 2004, 80-100 million bottles a year were being sold around China.

The modern manufacture of Yin-Care is state of the art. Fourteen herbs are used, each tested with high-density gas chromatography to ascertain their authenticity. The herbs are chopped and soaked in huge vats, then are heated for two hours to distill out essential oils. These oils are captured, bound in an emulsifier, and added in after the other herbs are cooked, condensed and filtered. Finally, a special proprietary hypoallergenic fragrance is added. The use of the essential oils is important, and the medicinal effects of the herbs could not be obtained by water extraction alone.