Ba Zhen Tang Granules

Ba Zhen Tang Granules

Ba Zhen Tang Granules

SKU EF102
Brand E-Fong Granule Formulas
Unit Size 100 grams (5:1 extract granules)
Potency 5:1 extract granules
Properties Source: Catalogued Essentials for Correcting the Body (Zheng ti lei yao)
Contraindications Do not use during periods of colds or flu
Chinese Symptomology Qi deficiency; Blood deficiency
Western Symptomology Fatigue; Poor Appetite; Irregular Menstruation; Dry Hair and Skin; Pale Complexion; Dizziness; Poor Memory; Inability to Concentrate; Anemia; Recovery from Childbirth; Recovery from Surgery; Recovery from Prolonged Illness; Insomnia; Blurred Vision;
Actions Tonifies and augments the qi and blood
Pattern Qi and Blood deficiency
Tongue Pale tongue with light coating
Pulse Thin and frail or large, deficient, and without strength
Chinese name Ba Zhen Tang, 八珍湯
English name Dang Gui & Ginseng Eight Combination Granules
Description

This formula is for concurrent deficiency of qi and blood which is most often due to imbalances caused by chronic disease or excessive loss of blood. The Lungs control the body's qi; when the qi is deficient, the Lung qi will also be deficient. This manifests as shortness of breath and laconic speech. A poor appetite is an almost pathognomonic sign of Spleen qi deficiency. In this case, the Spleen qi is too weak to transform and transport nutrients to the extremities. When this is combined with blood deficiency, the extremities become easily fatigued. The concurrent deficiency of the qi and blood also prevents nourishment (the clear yang and the blood) from reaching the head and Heart. This leads to palpitations (which may be continous), light-headedness and/or vertigo, and a pallid or sallow complexion. The complexion will be more pallid if the condition is primarily one of qi deficiency, and more sallow if blood deficiency is predominant. The pale tongue with a white coating is a combination of signs of blood and qi deficiency. If blood deficiency is predominant, the pulse will be thin and frail, and if qi deficiency is predominant, the pulse will be large, deficient, and without strength.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies.

Ingredients

Dang Shen (Codonopsis pilosula) - 13.24%

Bai Zhu (Atractylodes macrocephala) - 13.24%

Fu Ling (Poria cocos) - 13.24%

Dang Gui (Angelica sinensis) - 13.24%

Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum chuanxiong) - 13.24%

Bai Shao (Paeonia lactiflora) - 13.24%

Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia glutinosa) - 13.24%

Zhi Gan Cao (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) - 7.32%

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