Bupleurum Soothing Liver, 300 tablets

Bupleurum Soothing Liver, 300 tablets

Bupleurum Soothing Liver, 300 tablets

SKU KT107A-300
Brand Kan Traditionals
Unit Size 300
Properties Supports a healthy menstrual cycle
Contraindications Intended for use with Excess conditions. Use caution with deficiency patterns.
Chinese Symptomology Occasional discomfort in the chest and hypochondriac region; Occasional breast tenderness; Temporary depression, anger, frustration or anxiety; Occasional belching, hiccups, nausea, acid reflux
Actions Spreads Liver Qi, harmonizes Blood and alleviates pain
Pattern Liver Qi stagnation with pain
Tongue Normal
Pulse Wiry, especially on the left hand pulse
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Chinese name Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang
English name Bupleurum Soothing Liver, 300 tablets
Description Bupleurum Soothing Liver Formula is an effective formula to address Liver Qi stagnation. The therapeutic principle of this formula is to release Liver Qi constraint, and liberate Heat and Yang Qi trapped in the Interior. Stagnation of Liver Qi is a frequent and common diagnosis in Western culture; its manifestations span a broad range of signs and symptoms. This most common disharmony associated with Liver Qi stagnation is Liver acting out of the Ke cycle and overacting upon or attacking the Spleen and Stomach. (Kan Herb Company)*
Ingredients

Ingredients

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Chen pi

Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit

Chai hu

Bupleurum root

Bai shao

White peony root

Chuan xiong

Sichuan lovage rhizome

Zhi ke chao

Bitter orange mature fruit

Zhi xiang fu

Cyperus rhizome (vinegar prepared)

Dan shen

Chinese salvia root & rhizome

Zhi gan cao

Chinese licorice root (honey fried)



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