Disperse Qi, 4 oz
Disperse Qi, 4 oz
|Chinese Modular Solutions by Kan Herb Company
|2 fl oz
|Supports healthy digestion and elimination.
|Use with caution during pregnancy. Use with caution with heavy menstrual flow.
|Occasional discomfort in the upper or lower abdomen.
|Activates the movement of Qi in the channels and vessels, counters Qi stagnation in the Five Organ Networks.
Since the unimpeded flow of Qi is said to be the root of health, disturbance of this flow is the genesis of disease. Qi is the dynamic organizing force: it shapes the organism and governs the rhythm of body processes. When Qi becomes congested, the smooth, pulsatory movement of the viscera is inhibited, and the free and easy circulation of fluids and blood is disrupted. Retarded or obstructed Qi may quickly degenerate into stagnation of Moisture and Blood and, if prolonged, depletion of Qi, Moisture, and Blood will ensue. Disrupted movement of Qi will undermine the harmonious function of the Organs (Zang fu), Channels (Jing luo), and Three Burners (San Jiao).* Since many supplementing herbs are viscous, dense, and difficult to digest, they can cause congestion, particularly of the Spleen and Stomach. Herbs that disperse Qi are often essential adjuncts to tonifying formulas to prevent stagnation.* Disperse Qi facilitates the upward and downward, inward and outward circulation of Qi that ensures the equitable distribution of Moisture and Blood.*
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