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Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan (200 x 12)

Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan, Concentrated Pills of Minor Bulpeurum Combination for Regulating Shaoyang channels, dietary herbal supplement, 12 packs 200 pills each pack, 160 mg each, manufactured by Lanzhou Traditional Herbs, Gansu, China

Ingredients: Bupleurum (Chaihu), Scutellaria (Huangqin), Ginseng (Renshen), Pinellia tuber (Banxia), Licorice (Gancao), Fresh ginger (Shengjiang), Jujube (Dazao).

Actions: To harmonize the Shaoyang Channels.

Indications: Shaoyang syndrome.

Manifestations

Explanations

Alternate chills and fever

Pathogenic factor attacking Shaoyang so the struggle between the pathogenic factor and anti-pathogenic factor is carried on and gives rise to the symptom.

Stifling sensation and fullness in the chest and hypochondriac region

Qi stagnation in the Shaoyang channels.

Loss of appetite
Irritability
Vomiting

Pathological change of the Shaoyang (gall bladder) affecting the stomach, leading to upward perversion of the stomach Qi

Bitter taste in the mouth
Dry throat
Dizziness

Flaring up of fire in the Shaoyang channels.

Thin, white tongue coating
Wiry pulse

Pathological change of Shaoyang located between the semi-exterior and semi-interior of the body.

    

Directions: take 8-pill once time, 3-time a day as a herbal supplement.

This formula originates in Treatise on Febrile Disease. Modern researches have proved that the recipe has some effects of inhibiting bacteria, viruses and leptospira, relieving the reaction of the human body to the invaded pathogen, and remarkably allaying fever and resisting inflammation. In addition, the recipe also has the effects of promoting digestion, prventing vomiting, expelling phlegm, relieving cough, protecting the liver, normalizing the functioning of the gallbladder and tranquilizing the mind. The recipe can be modified as herbal supplement for the common cold, malaria, infection of biliary tract, hepatitis, pleuritis, chronic gastritis, indigestion, mastosis, intercostal neuralgia, neurosis and AIDS marked by the symptoms of shaoyang disease.

 

 

 

 

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