Atractylodes Tablets, 100 tablets

Atractylodes Tablets, 100 tablets

Atractylodes Tablets, 100 tablets

SKU SF112-100
Brand Seven Forests
Unit Size 100 tablets (crude herbs are powdered and combined with mume extract, then formed)
Chinese Symptomology ulcerative colitisCrohn's disease, diarrhea, abdominal aching, hemorrhoids
Western Symptomology diverticulitis
Actions tonify qi, regulate qi, astringe
Pattern chronic intestinal disorders
Branch spleen
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English name Atractylodes Tablets, 100 tablets
Description Atractylodes Tablets is based on a modern Chinese clinical formula called Jianpi Lung that is used primarily for treating ulcerative colitis. That formula, like many used for treating chronic intestinal disorders, is based on the traditional Ginseng and Astragalus Combination, which tonifies qi and regulates spleen function. The main modification of that formula to yield Atractylodes Tablets is the replacement of bupleurum and cimicifuga with mume, catechu, and corydalis. Mume is an intestinal astringent containing organic acids that helps normalize the mucosa and alleviate the tendency to experience diarrhea. Catechu is an intestinal astringent that contains catechins, which inhibit intestinal infections, normalize the intestinal mucosa, alleviate ulceration and bleeding, and reduce the tendency towards diarrhea. Catechu also moves blood and helps reduce scar formation. Corydalis helps alleviate abdominal aching. Chronic intestinal diseases often involve periods of constipation, which is best treated by drinking plenty of fluids and consuming a high fiber diet, rather than relying on laxatives which may change the condition to diarrhea. Bouts of diarrhea and even intestinal bleeding may occur in some of the disorders, especially ulcerative colitis; adding Imperata 10 may help control that symptom. According to the Chinese docterine, by tonifying the qi, the disorder may go into long-term remission.
Ingredients Bai Zhu (atractylodes) 14% Huang Qi (astragalus) 10% Dang Shen (codonopsis) 10% Dang Gui (tang-kuei) 10% Pao Jiang (ginger) 10% Bai Shao (peony) 10% Er Cha (catechu) 10% Yan Hu Suo (corydalis) 10% Mu Xiang (saussurea) 8% Wu Mei (mume) (e) 4% Gan Cao (licorice) 4%
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