Harmonize Wood & Earth, 4 oz

Harmonize Wood & Earth, 4 oz

Harmonize Wood & Earth, 4 oz

SKU CMS109-4
Brand Chinese Modular Solutions by Kan Herb Company
Unit Size 4 fl oz
Dosage 30 drops / 2-3 times a day (adult dose)
Potency 7:1
Chinese Symptomology Occasional indigestion with gas, cramping, nausea, constipation, or diarrhea; PMS with sore breasts, bloated abdomen, irritability and lethargy; Headaches with a feeling of pressure and heaviness; Mood swings; Erratic appetite; Irregular, difficult, or painful menstruation; Temporary vague cravings; Chilly hands and feet;Sensitivity to humidity, heat, and cold; Alternately impulsive and vacillating, defensive and yielding
Actions Disperses Qi, Moisture, and Blood, tonifies Blood, dispels Wind, Heat, and Dampness, activates digestion, relieves tension, and focuses attention.
English name Harmonize Wood & Earth, 4 oz

One role of the Liver is to mobilize Yang upward to assist the Spleen in raising the "clear" Nutritive Qi to the Lung. Also, the arousal of Qi, via the Gall Bladder (bile), activates the digestive and peristaltic activity of the Stomach and Intestines, further assisting the Spleen in the generation and distribution of Nutritive Qi. In relation to the Liver, the role of the Spleen is to transform the digestate of the Stomach, facilitate the descension of impure Qi into the Lower Burner, and the ascension of "clear and pure" Qi to the Upper Burner. The impure Qi is either further purified and concentrated by the Kidney, or collected and discharged by the Bladder and Large Intestine, while the Pure Qi is transmuted by the alchemy of the Lung (after mingling with the Heavenly Qi of the atmosphere) into the "Righteous" Qi that benefits life. Through their relationship, the Liver and Spleen organize the processes of digestion, transformation, assimilation, and the distribution of finer and coarser substances. Smooth interaction between these Organ Networks maintains nourishment and the unobstructed passage of Qi, Moisture, Essence, and Blood through the Middle Burner.*


Fu ling - Poria

Bai shao - White peony root

Bai zhu - White atractylodes rhizome

Chai hu - Bupleurum root

Fang feng - Siler root

Dang gui shen - Dong quai root

Zhi xiang fu - Prepared cyperus rhizome

Mu xiang - Saussurea root

Chao zhi shi - Dry fried bitter orange immature fruit

Qing pi - Tangerine dried rind of green fruit

Bo he - Chinese mint herb

Gan cao - Chinese licorice root and rhizome

Shan zha tan - Charred Chinese hawthorn fruit

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