Arisaema 10, 100 tablets
Arisaema 10, 100 tablets
|Unit Size||100 tablets (crude herbs are powdered and mixed with fresh ginger extracts and formed)|
|Chinese Symptomology||carpal tunnel syndromedizziness|
|Western Symptomology||lymphedemaobese constitutionweak digestive functions|
|Actions||resolve phlegm-damp accumulationinvigorate stomachregulate flow of central qi and meridian qi|
|Pattern||swelling in armsinfertility in womenheadachestiredness after eatingdizziness|
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|English name||Arisaema 10, 100 tablets|
|Description||Arisaema 10 is based on three formulas for phlegm-damp syndrome: Erzhu Tang, formula for phlegm-damp accumulation with swelling in the arms, as occurs with lymphedema, shoulder bursitis, and forearm neuralgia: Cangzhu Daotan Wan, a formula for phlegm-damp accumulation that leads to, among other things, infertility in women: and Banxia Baizhu Tianma Tang for phlegm-damp that causes headaches, tiredness after eating, and dizziness. The syndrome of phlegm-damp is most often seen in persons of obese constitution who have weak function of the stomach/spleen system, leading to accumulation of fluid and sensations of numbness, dizziness, or tiredness. Others can suffer the syndrome as a result of dietary imbalances regardless of weight or digestive abilities. Contributors to the phlegm-damp accumulation include excess dietary fat, too much consumption of grains, too much intake of milk, and over consumption of alcohol. In cases where a part of the body has been stressed, such as with damage to or repeated use of the arms, the phlegm damp accumulation can lead to persistent numbness, stiffness, and/or pain, as occurs with carpal tunnel syndrome, finger arthritis, shoulder bursitis, or tennis elbow. This formula is quite drying in nature; therefore, if there is any finding of yin deficiency or dryness, it should be supplemented by a tonic such as Pseudostellaria 9. Other formulas for phlegm-damp include Bamboo 11, Er Chen Wan, and Zhu Dan Tablets.|
|Ingredients||Dan Nan Xing (arisaema) 12% Cang Zhu (atractylodes) 12% Ban Xia (pinellia) 12% Shen Qu (shen-chu) 12% Fu Ling (hoelen) 12% Zhi Ke (chih-ko) 9% Chen Pi (citrus) 9% Xiang Fu Zi (cyperus) 9% Qiang Huo (chiang-huo) 9% Sheng Jiang (fresh ginger) (e) 4%|
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