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Xiao Yao Wan (Ease Pills, Herbal Supplement, 200)

Xiao Yao Wan, Ease Pills, dietary herbal supplement, 200 concentrated pills pack (160 mg each pill), manufactured by Lanzhou Traditional Herbs, China

Ingredients: Radix Bupleuri, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Radix Paeoniae Alba, Poria, Radix Glycyrrhizae Praeparata, Rhizoma Zingiberis Recens, Pcs. and Herba Menthae

Bupleuri has the effect of dispersing the stagnated liver-energy; Paeoniae Alba and Angelicae Sinensis has the effects of nourishing the liver and tonifying the blood. The above three medicinal herbs used together can tonify the liver and promote its function. Poria, Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Glycyrrhizae Praeparata have the effects of strengthening the spleen and benefiting vital energy. Zingiberis recens and Menthae can enhance the dispersing effect. All the above herbs used together ensure a normal functioning of the liver and spleen. This herbal formula has been widely applied for various diseases in internal medicine, surgery and gynecology, especially for those attributive to stagnation of liver-energy with spleen hypofunction or blood deficiency, which are manifested as hypochondriac pain, stomachache, breast nodules, dysmenorrhea, etc.

Actions: Soothing the liver, strengthening the spleen, and nourishing the blood to restore normal menstruation.

Indications: Stagnation of the liver qi and deficiency of the spleen manifested as distension in the chest and hypochondrium, dizziness, anorexia, loose stool, irregular menstruation and others.

Manifestations

Explanations

Costal pain
Distention in the breasts
Alternate chills and fever

Stagnation of Qi in the liver and retardation of circulation of Qi in the channels.

Headache
Dizziness
Dry mouth
Dry throat

Deficiency of blood and excessive heat in the liver


 

 

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