NecKinder (Te Xiao Jing Zhui Tong Pian )
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What does it do?
Alleviates neck discomfort and increases range of motion†
When you’re driving in the car and you can barely turn your head to check your blind spot, your stiffness in the neck could literally cost you your life. And when you can’t play tennis or engage in another favorite activity because of your neck, your quality of life suffers.
And maybe your neck problems aren't a result of an obvious cause, such as in injury. Perhaps years of sitting at a desk all day typing away at a computer has created chronic tension in the shoulders, radiating up to your neck.
Regardless of the source or root cause of your neck stiffness, there's a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) that can help relieve neck discomfort.
NecKinder is a formula containing 11 all-natural, unadulterated herbs. These herbs have been chosen for their remarkable ability to relax the muscles and tendons around the neck.
Signature formula based on centuries of traditional applications for pain relief†
NecKinder can be used for discomfort and stiffness of the neck that occurs after an injury as well as for temporary numbness.
Perhaps you're wondering how herbs can specifically help the area around the neck and shoulders?
NecKinder works because the herbs improve Qi (energy) flow, relax muscles and tendons and activate the energy channels (meridians). In TCM theory, neck discomfort can result from an invasion of cold/wind/damp entering the channels supplying the neck area. NecKinder, by improving Qi flow and activating these channels, helps remove cold/wind/damp "evils."
How does NecKinder work?
Most of the herbs in NecKinder have been chosen in the formula because of their storied use in TCM applications for relieving discomfort.
Both the herbs Bai Zhi (Angelica Root) and Qiang Huo (Notopterygium Root) expel wind and dampness. Further, Bai Zhi reduces swelling and Qiang Huo disperses cold.
Wei Ling Xian (Clematis Root) dispels wind and eliminates dampness, as well as unblocks the channels. Ge Gen (Kudzu Root) clears heat and relaxes muscles.
Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis Rhizome) invigorates the blood and promotes movement of Qi.
Ru Xiang (Frankincense) and Mo Yao (Myrrh) work together to invigorate the blood, disperse stasis, and reduce swelling.
Pian Jiang Huang (Turmeric Rhizome) breaks up blood stasis and moves Qi as well as unblocks the channels.
Bai Shao (White Peony Root) harmonizes the Liver and nourishes the blood.
Chuan Xiong (Szechuan Lovage Root) resolves Qi stagnation, expels wind and invigorates the blood. And finally, Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica Root), both nourishes and invigorates the blood.
Research supports the use of NecKinder
Studies have successfully isolated components from many of these herbs such as Bai Zhi1, Qiang Huo2, and Yan Hu Suo3 that are consistent with their use in relaxing muscles and nerves.
What is the formula composition?
A proprietary blend of
Radix Angelicae Dahuricae
Rhizoma Et Radix Notopterygii
Radix Puerariae Lobatae
Resina Boswelliae Carterii
Resina Commiphorae Myrrhae
Rhizoma Wenyujin Concisa
Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorae
Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong
Radix Angelicae Sinensis
(Yan Hu Suo)
(Wei Ling Xian)
(Pian Jiang Huang)