|Dosage||This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 1 tsp 2x/day. In acute cases, dosage may be increased up to 2 tsp 2x/day. Once acute symptoms are resolved this formula should be discontinued, or combined with an appropriate constitutional formula.|
|Actions||Regulates Qi, Invigorates the Blood, Drains Dampness, Clears Heat, Resolves Food Stagnation, Releases Constraint.|
|CAUTION||Contains tree nuts & wheat. The ingredient Shen Qu is processed with wheat and may contain trace amounts of gluten. Use with caution for stagnation due to deficiency.|
|Chinese name||Yue Ju Wan + Chai Hu Shu Gan San|
|English name||Escape Restraint Pill plus Bupleurum Liver Powder|
This is the classical, unmodified version of Yue Ju Wan plus the classical, unmodified version of Chai Hu Shu Gan San.
Detensio = tensio is the latin for tension. De- is the latin prefix for negation, removal, or reversal of the root word. Together Detensio means: to remove tension.
Chai Hu, Bai Shao, Chuan Xiong, Xiang Fu, He Huan Pi, Yu Jin, Zhi Shi, Chen Pi, Dang Gui, Qing Pi, Shen Qu, Gan cao
Bupleurum root, Peony root, Ligusticum root, Cyperus rhizome, Mimosa tree bark, Tumeric Tuber, Unripe bitter orange, Tangerine peel, Angelica Root, immature tangerine peel, Medicated leaven, Licorice root