|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. In chronic cases, the dose may be reduced to 1 tsp 1x/day.|
|Actions||Spreads liver qi, promotes circulation, relieves pain.|
|CAUTION||Caution for those with deficiency patterns.|
|Chinese name||Chai Hu Shu Gan San|
|English name||Bupleurum Powder to Spread Liver Qi|
This is the classic Chai Hu Shu Gan San.
The name Heplene is derived from the Latin word "Hepatis", meaning "liver", the latin word "lene" meaning "to soften, smooth, or calm". This aptly describes this formula's ability to moderate and calm Liver qi.
Bai Shao, Chai Hu, Chen Pi, Chuan Xiong, Xiang Fu, Zhi Shi, Gan Cao,
Peony root, Bupleurum root, Tangerine peel, Ligusticum root, Cyperus rhizome, Unripe Bitter Orange, Licorice fruit