salvia root (dan shen); luffa gourd (si gua luo); white peony root (bai shao yao); lycopus herb (ze lan); curcuma tuber (yu jin); ligusticum wallichii root (chuan xiong); artemesia herb (liu ji nu); unripe aurantium fruit (zhi shi); cyperus rhizome (xiang fu); cinnamon twig (gui zhi)
This formula is gentle and moderate in promoting the circulation of Blood, while also nurturing Blood and activating Qi.
Localized or persistent pain in the chest, abdomen, head, or limbs ï¿½ Bruises or swellings due to abrasion, contusion, or sprain ï¿½ Numbness, chilliness, or mottling of the limbs ï¿½ Painful or engorged varicose veins ï¿½ Irregular, intermittent, or painful menstruation ï¿½ Pain and swelling of the breasts ï¿½ Swollen and painful hemorrhoids ï¿½ Elevated blood pressure ï¿½ Elevated cholesterol
coix seed (yi yi ren); poria fungus (fu ling); areca seed (bing lang)
alisma rhizome (ze xie); treated pinellia rhizome (fa ban xia); agastache hereb (huo xiang); chaenomeles fruit (mu gua); atractylodes rhizome (cang zhu)
This formula regulates the fluid generating, distributing, storing, and eliminating functions of the Spleen, Lung, and Kidney while gently decongesting the circulation of Moisture.
Nausea with excess saliva or fluid in stomach ï¿½ Nausea or indigestion with loose stool and reduced urination ï¿½ Urinary frequency or urgency with decreased output ï¿½ Mild swelling or puffiness of face, hands, or ankles ï¿½ Premenstrual bloating with a feeling of heaviness or water retention ï¿½ Feeling of watery congestion in ears or sinuses ï¿½ Soreness or tenderness of muscles, or joints, especially in humid weather ï¿½ Mucus congestion of nose, ears, eyes, or throat after eating ï¿½ Soft enlarged lymph nodes
barley sprout (mai ya); saussurea root (mu xiang); cyperus rhizome (xiang fu); ripe citrus peel (chen pi); unripe citrus peel (qing pi); ripe aurantium fruit (zhi ke); magnolia bark (hou po); cardamon fruit (sha ren); perilla seed (zi su zi); platycodon root (jie geng); coptis rhizome (huang lian)
This formula facilitates the upward and downward, inward and outward, circulation of Qi which in turn insures the equitable distribution of Moisture and Blood.
Fullness in the chest or abdomen ï¿½ Gas pains ï¿½ Cramping or stiching pain beneath the ribs, in the stomach or intestines ï¿½ Acid regurgitation, flatulence, belching, or hiccoughs ï¿½ Irregular bowel movements, diarrhea, or constipation associated with tension and gas in the lower abdomen, ï¿½ Lack of perstalsis with slow digestion of food ï¿½ Nausea or indigestion due to overeating, food incompatibility, or food toxicity ï¿½ Pain and tension in the abdomen due to the passage of gallstones ï¿½ Spasm of the esophagus with regurgitation.
Excessive bleeding. Suspected appendicitis or intestinal obstruction. Dehydration.