Xiao Yao San Capules

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    Product Description

    Rambling Powder 

    PATTERN DISCRIMINATION 
    Liver depression-spleen vacuity with blood vacuity and possible dampness 

    Actions: 
    Courses the liver and resolves depression, fortifies the spleen and supplements the qi, nourishes the blood and eliminates dampness 

    INDICATIONS 
    Irregular menstruation, uterine bleeding, abnormal vaginal discharge, breast distention, premenstrual tension, climacteric disorders, chronic hepatitis, pleurisy, chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer, neurosis, anemia, insomnia, optic nerve atrophy, central retinitis, depression, etc 

    SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF LIVER DEPRESSION INCLUDE 

    * Irritability 
    * PMS 
    * Breast and/or rib-side depression 
    * Sighing 
    * A normal or darkish tongue with thin, white fur 
    * A bowstring pulse 

    SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF SPLEEN QI VACUITY INCLUDE 

    * Fatigue 
    * Lack of strength 
    * Possible lack of appetite 
    * Possible loose stools or diarrhea 
    * Easy bruising 
    * Orthostatic hypotention 
    * An enlarged tongue with teeth-marks on its edges and/or cracks in its center 

    SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF BLOOD VACUITY INCLUDE 

    * A pale facial complexion 
    * Dry skin and hair 
    * Scanty or delayed menstruation of amenorrhea 
    * Night-blindness 
    * Pale nails, lips, under-eyelids 
    * A pale tongue 
    * Brittle nails 
    * A fine pulse 

    SIGNS & SYMPTOMS OF DAMPNESS INCLUDE 

    * Swelling or edema 
    * Bodily heaviness 

    FORMULA EXPLANATION 
    Within this formula, Chai Hu courses the liver and resolves depression. The combination of Dang Gui and Bai Shao nourishes the blood and emolliates the liver.

    Because Dang Gui is somewhat aromatic, it moves the qi, but because it is sweet, it also relaxes tension, urgency, or cramping.

    Therefore, it is an essential medicinal for treating liver depression with blood vacuity. Bai Zhu and Fu Ling fortify the spleen and eliminate dampness, thus promoting movement and transformation and, ultimately, the source of engenderment of the Qi and blood.

    Bai Zhu aromatically dries dampness, while Fu Ling blandly seeps it. Mix-fried Gan Cao boosts the Qi and supplements the center as well as relaxes the liver's tension. It is the assistant medicinal in this formula.

    The two envoys or guides in this formula are Sheng Jiang and Bo He. Sheng Jiang harmonizes the center and eliminates dampness. Bo He, when used in small amounts, assists Chai Hu's scattering and resolution of liver depression.

    Product Details

    Potency5:1
    Size100 capsules
    Ingredients: Bupleurum Root (Chai hu) 4.29g; Angelica sinensis (Dang gui) 4.29g; Atractylodes Rhizome (Bai zhu) 4.29g; Ginger (Sheng jiang) 4.29g; Peppermint Herb (Bo he) 2.14g; Peony Root (Shao yao) 4.29g; Hoelen (Fu ling) 4.29g; Licorice (Gan cao) 2.14g

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    Xiao Yao San Capules

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