1.Treats pain and swelling due to traumatic injuries–sprains, strains, contusions, fractures, broken bones, torn sinews, bleeding, bruising, lacerations
2.Treats chronic pain use with tonic formula
3.Treats skin disorders topically:
-fungal infections (ringworm, athlete’s foot)
-bacterial infections (impetigo, carbuncles, furuncles, periodontal disease)
-eczema and dermal ulcers
4.Treats chronic pain, use with a tonic formula
Chinese Therapeutic Effects
Promotes tissue regeneration
Resinall K is a blood-vitalizing formula for the treatment of traumatic injuries. Many of the ingredients depend on resinous compounds for their analgesic and healing effects. Dragon’s blood (xue jie) treats hemorrhage and pain. Catechu (er cha) is cool and astringent. It assists Dragon’s blood in stopping bleeding and generating new tissue. Frankincense (ru xiang) and myrrh (mo yao) are especially useful for damaged tissues. Carthamus (hong hua) invigorates blood. Tinctures containing carthamus are clinically used in China to treat musculoskeletal trauma. Corydalis (yan hu suo) relieves stagnant Qi and is indicated for pain due to blood stasis and traumatic injury. This is important as trauma can cause the Qi to become stagnant. It is considered a strong herbal analgesic. Borneol (bing pian) opens up the channels. The alcohol serves a traditional function in an injury formula to bring the effects of the herbs strongly to the exterior. The liquid form of Resinall K provides rapid administration and easy absorption. Because the resins have strong antiseptic action against bacteria and fungi, topical application of the formula is useful in a broad spectrum of skin disorders. The original formula Qi Li San contains cinnabar (zhu sha), a toxic mercury compound, and musk (she xiang), which is a prohibited substance in the US: therefore Health Concerns has made necessary modifications.
1.Periodontal disease-regenerates tissue, treats infection, reduces swelling and pain. Possibly useful during routine dental work, teeth cleaning, etc.
2.Useful after surgery especially for musculoskeletal problems and cancer
3.May be useful for teething babies–use only a few drops per application because of the alcohol content
4.May be useful for tendonitis and other problems with blood stagnation, such as tennis and little-league elbow
5.Acupuncturists can use Resinall K after bleeding techniques to minimize possible bruising
6.Clinical report of effectiveness clearing inflammation following whiplash with SPZM
7.Favorable clinical reports of topical use for eczema. It may be applied directly or mixed with vegetable oil.
Patent Formula Name
Qi Li San
1 fl oz
Internal: 1/2 to 1 dropperful under the tongue; hold under tongue until dissolved. Take between meals for pain, use as needed External: Apply to affected area 1 TID Use cotton swab or cotton ball as applicator Combine internal and external applications for trauma
Prevents infections. Promotes tissue regeneration. Stops bleeding. Activates blood
Contraindicated in pregnancy; use with tonic formula if taking for more than two weeks; will stain clothing.
Treats pain and swelling due to traumatic injuries–sprains, strains, contusions, fractures, broken bones, torn sinews, bleeding, bruising, lacerations
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