Medicated meals are not intended to replace medical treatment or to substitute a varied and balanced diet: however, since they were the precursors of today’s dietary supplements, they are to be considered a healthy habit. Cereals, legumes, mushrooms, tubers and spices together are a bridge between the East and the West. Dioscorrea villosa has a positive effect on the digestive system. It regulates gastrointestinal motility and gas elimination. It can be helpful in alleviating menopausal and menstrual disorders.
Dioscorrea has a positive effect on joint function. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it is considered an effective nourishment for the Yin and a tonic for the Qi. Black Soy is useful in controlling menopausal disorders and has a beneficial effect on lipid metabolism. In Chinese medicine Black soy is counted among the foods that nourish the Yin and the blood, harmonizing body temperature, with a nutraceutical effect with the dispersal of body humidity and excess heat. Shiitake, a fleshy and sweet medicinal mushroom, supports the natural defenses of the body.
Nutmeg favors digestion, well-being and the trophism of mucous membranes. Medicated meals could be taken as an evening meal, added to a cereal soup or a vegetable cream. For a different evening meal, just prepare YAMITHAY as a consommé with the addition of tamari, parsley, Shoiu or Gomashio – sweet and salty. Pour it in 250 ml of warm water as your medicated diet meal.
the indications according to traditional Chinese medicine do not in any way want to replace western medicine and medical advice.
- DIOSCORREA VILLOSA L TUBER IGNAME DRIED EXTRACT 10:1*
- DIOSCORREA VILLOSA L TUBER IGNAME DRIED EXTRACT 10:1 titrated at 10% in DIOSGENIN*
- GLYCINE MAX (L.) MERR SEED SOYBEAN BLACK VARIETY DRIED EXTRACT 10:1*
- EIKORN TRITICUM – EIKORN SPELT
- LENTINULA EDODES (BERK.) PEGLER FUNGUS SHIITAKE EXTRACT titrated at 30% in Polysaccharides*
- LAURUS NOBILIS L. LEAF LAUREL DRIED EXTRACT 10:1
- MYRISTICA FRAGRANS HOUTT. MAZZA NUTMEG SEED DRIED EXTRACT 10:1*
HOW TO USE IT
1 Tea Spoon twice a day in 250 ml of lukewarm water, preferably on an empty stomach. Medicated meals should be tried as an evening meal or in addition to a cereal soup or a vegetable cream. If you wish a different evening meal, just prepare YAMITHAY as a consommé with the addition of tamari, parsley, Shoiu or Gomashio – sweet and salty – and always pour it in 250 ml of warm water as your medicated diet.
Dioscorea villosa dried extract 10:1 600 mg
Dioscorea villosa It diosgenin 10% 600 mg
Black soybean dried extract 10:1 1200 mg
Eikorn Spelt 110 mg
Shiitake Extract titrated at 30% in polysaccharides 1200 mg
Laurel dried extract 10:1 1200 mg
Nutmeg dried extract 10:1 1200 mg
White PET vase, re-closable sealed cap
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