Knee weakness according to Chinese Medicine

The four Chinese Medicinal herbs most likely to help treat knee weakness

Why might Eucommia Leaf (Du Zhong Ye) help with knee weakness?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat knee weakness as can be seen on Eucommia Leaf's page.

Eucommia Leaves is a Warm herb that tastes Pungent. It targets the Kidney and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Strengthens the Liver and the Kidneys

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Why might Desert-Living Cistanche (Rou Cong Rong) help with knee weakness?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat knee weakness as can be seen on Desert-Living Cistanche's page.

Desert-Living Cistanches is a Warm herb that tastes Salty and Sweet. It targets the Kidney and the Large intestine.

Its main actions are: Tonifies Kidney Yang, Restores Essence and Blood. Induces laxation.

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Why might Sulfur (Liu Huang) help with knee weakness?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat knee weakness as can be seen on Sulfur's page.

Sulfur is a Warm herb that tastes Pungent. It targets the Spleen, the Kidney, the Large intestine and the Pericardium.

Its main actions are: Externally applied for the treatment of scabies, tinea infections (fungus infections). Internally it warms Kidney and Spleen Yang, treats impotence, frequent urination, chronic diarrhea and constipation caused by Coldness

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Why might Mutton (Yang Rou) help with knee weakness?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat knee weakness as can be seen on Mutton's page.

Muttons is a Warm herb that tastes Sweet. It targets the Spleen, the Stomach and the Kidney.

Its main actions are: Warms the Stomach and the Middle Burner. Tonifies Qi.

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