Gui Pi Tang

Gui Pi Tang

Gui Pi Tang

Brand Blue Poppy Classics
Unit Size 120(10:1)gelcaps
Dosage Three capsules two times per day equal not less than 30 grams of bulk medicinals.
Potency 10:1 (average) 500mg
Properties This herbal formula may be used for any condition due to blood deficiency, like side effects of chemotherapy and radiation; heavy blood loss. May also be used for conditions of bruising, as well as depression.
Chinese Symptomology Insomnia, interrupted sleep, drowsiness, heart palpitations; tired, achy or painful limbs, general fatigue, anemia, menstrual disharmony; irregular perspiration, dizziness, headache, tinnitus, poor vision, appetite disorders, nausea and bowel problems, memory loss, and overthinking.
Western Symptomology Bodily fatigue, heart palpitations, amnesia, poor appetite, insomnia, anemia, uterine bleeding, blood in the stool.
Actions Strengthens Spleen; tonifies Heart; nourishes Blood; calms the Heart’s spirit (Shen).
Pattern Heart-spleen dual vacuity, taxation damage of the heart and spleen, qi and blood insufficiency;Spleen not containing the blood
Tongue A pale, enlarged tongue; An enlarged tongue with teeth-marks on its edges and/or cracks in its center
Pulse A fine, forceless pulse
Branch Spleen, Hearet
Chinese name Gui Pi Tang
English name Restore the Spleen Decoction
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This formula comes from Yan Hong-he\'s Song dynasty Ji Sheng Fang (Formulas to Aid the Living) published in 1253 CE. Within this formula, Ren Shen, Huang Qi, Bai Zhu, Gan Cao, Sheng Jiang, and Da Zao are all sweet and warm, supplement the spleen, and boost the qi. Dang Gui is sweet and acrid. It warms and nourishes the liver and engenders heart blood. Fu Ling, Suan Zao Ren, and Long Yan Rou are sweet and level or neutral in nature. They nourish the heart and quiet the spirit. Yuan Zhi joins and frees the flow between the heart and kidneys. It also stabilizes the mind and tranquilizes the heart. Mu Xiang rectifies the qi and arouses the spleen. This ingredient is added because qi-boosting, blood-supplementing formulas use enriching, slimy ingredients which may stagnate the qi and hinder the spleen and stomach\'s function of movement and transforma­tion. In addition, if the spleen becomes vacuous and weak, it a) commonly also becomes encumbered by dampness and B) the liver becomes depressed or more depressed.


Huang Qi (Radix Astragali) - 54 mg; Long Yan Rou (Arillus Longanae) - 54 mg; Fu Ling (Poria) - 54 mg; Suan Zao Ren (Semen Zizyphi Spinosae) - 54 mg; Ren Shen (Radix Ginseng) - 40.5 mg; Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis) - 40.5 mg; Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae) - 40.5 mg; Yuan Zhi (Radix Polygalae) - 40.5 mg; Da Zao (Fructus Jujubae) - 40.5 mg; Mu Xiang (Radix Auklandiae) - 27.1 mg; Sheng Jiang (uncooked Rhizoma Zingiberis) - 27.1 mg; mix-fried Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae) - 27.1 mg;

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