FOR USE AS AN INTRA VAGINAL RINSE/DOUCHE
Both the applicator and the Yin - Care bottle feature a built-in measuring system. Each of the applicators' accordion-like sections equals 10ml or 10% of the total 100ml volume. For a 10% dilution, fill one section of the reservoir with Yin-Care and fill the remaining 9 sections with clean lukewarm water.
1) Unscrew applicator tip and fill reservoir to desired level with appropriate dilution of Yin-Care. Fill the remainder with clean lukewarm water.
2) While sitting over a toilet basin or standing in a shower, insert applicator into vagina and slowly press bottom of reservoir, allowing Yin-Care solution to thoroughly rinse vagina and flow freely from the body. Continue process until reservoir is empty.
3) Wash applicator thoroughly with soap and water, readying it for the next use.
4) Repeat 2 times daily for7 days as one course of treatment.
5) If necessary, repeat this course of treatment several times, with 2 to 3 days of rest between each course.
YIN -CARE RESEARCH USING THE DOUCHE METHOD
This study was an investigation into the applicability of Yin- Care in the treatment of trichomonas vaginalis. It was carried out at the 1st Affiliated Hospital of the Fujian Medical College in 1991.
Observations of trichomonas vaginalis under electron microscope of 5% Yin- Care liquid incubation revealed that, after 5 minutes, plasma lemma were obliterated and organelle appeared vacuole-like or no longer visible. After a total of 10 minutes, the nuclear membrane was destroyed and the nucleoplasm scattered. Next, trichomonas vaginalis was incubated with 10% Yin- Care liquid for a period of 10 minutes. All strains were found destroyed and dissolved. Finally, trichomonas vaginalis was incubated with 20% Yin-Care for a period of 5 minutes. All strains were dissolved and no longer visible.
YIN -CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR GYNECOLOGICAL USE. 1. For use as a topical gynecological application. Instructions: 1. Wash hands and apply appropriate dilution of Yin-Care with one's fingertips or with a cosmetic pad, "dabbing," " rubbing," or "smearing" the solution into the affected areas of the external genitalia. 2. Apply 2 to 3 times daily. 3. Or, for acute itching or burning, apply as often as necessary to provide temporary symptomatic relief. 4. For persistent genital skin conditions, continue daily applications for 1 to 2 weeks. For convenience, apply topically with a spray bottle: 2. Hold bottle eight inches (8") away from the affected skin. 3. Spray, letting solution absorb and dry. 4. Repeat as noted above. For sustained application to external genital tissues, use a sanitary pad: 1. Wet one or more cosmetic pads with appropriate dilution of Yin-Care and place between a dry sanitary pad and body. 2. Wear pad for 1 - 3 hours and repeat as noted above. Note: If worn in place for more than 1 hour, especially if worn overnight, then a lower Yin - Care concentration, such as 10%, is recommended. From May to June, 1990, 38 patients from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Beijing Xiehe Hospital took part in a study to determine the effectiveness of Yin-Care in the treatment of various gynecological diseases. From this group of 38 subjects, 32 were treated for various types of vaginitis using the douche method. However, 6 patients were treated for conditions of vulva, including 4 cases of neurodermatitis, 1 case of allergic dermatitis, and 1 case of eczema. These patients were treated with a 10% concentration of Yin-Care. Using one's fingertips or a cosmetic pad, the solution was "dabbed" or "smeared" on the affected areas. This was done once a day for 7 days as a course of treatment. Two courses of treatment were generally administered. Two or three days after each course of treatment, patients were re-examined. For diseases of the vulva, Yin-Care proved to be 100% effective for these few cases of allergic vulvovaginitis, eczema and neurodermatitis. There were no adverse reactions. Han Meiling, et al. The Clinical Observation of Yin-Care in Treating Gynecological Diseases. Beijing Xiehe Hospital. PRC. 1990. p177-178. YIN- CARE RESEARCH USING THE TAMPON METHOD - In a 1991- 1992 research study at the Changchun Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 100 cases of vaginitis were treated with Yin-Care using the tampon-method. In order to administer Yin-Care in this manner, the tampon's cotton core was pulled out it's cardboard tube about 2/3 of the way and saturated with 50% dilution of Yin-Care. The tampon was then inserted into the vagina and repeated 2 to 3 times daily for 7 days as one course of treatment. Five days after treatment, 70 of 72 cases of trichomonal vaginitis, 18 of 25 cases of mycotic (fungal) vaginitis, and 3 of 3 cases of gonococcal vaginitis, tested negative. The total cure rate was 91%. Du Mingren. Use of Yin-Care Saturated Tampon in the treatment of Vaginitis. Changchun Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Changchun, PRC. 1991- 1992 p159-161. YIN-CARE RESEARCH USING THE TOPICAL METHOD OF APPLICATION: An acne research study of 73 patients with untreated acne was done at two hospitals affiliated with the Dalian Medical College. Each patient's acne was graded on a 9-grade acne scale, ranging from sparse comedones to deep cysts and/or inflammatory nodules. There were 52 subjects in the group treated with Yin-Care and 21 subjects in the control group treated with a sulphur lotion. Both groups also took 10 mg of Vitamin B2 and B6, orally, 3 times daily. After washing their faces, the patients in both groups applied their respective medications, massaging it into the skin, and finally rinsing it off 30 minutes later.The total effectiveness rate in the Yin-Care group was 82%. In the control group it was 19%. No serious side effects were observed with external use.In some cases, a slight burning sensation was reported when Yin-Care was massaged into the skin too vigorously. Huang Tian, et al. A Clinical and Experimental Study on Acne Treatment with Yin-Care. Dalian Medical College. 1991. p3-7. Researches have proved that Yin-Care can be successfully used for the following conditions: Acne - Allergic dermatitis - Athlete's foot - Burn wound infections - Candida albicans - Cervicitis - Cervical dysplasia - Cervical erosion - Cervical infections - Cervical warts- Cold sore, fever blisters - Colporrhagia - Eczema, psoriasis - Fungal infections - Genital herpes sores - Hemorrhoids - Lesions & abcesses - Mycotic vaginitis - Other STD sores - Poison ivy, poison oak - Rashes - Scalp dermatitis - Shingles ( herpes zoster) - Stings & bites - Trichomonal vaginitis - Vaginal discharges - Vulval/ perineal eczema - Vulval neurodermatitis - Vulvitis & Yeast infections.