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Irritease, 300 tabs
Irritease, 300 tabs
|Unit Size||300 tablets|
|Chinese Symptomology||Irritable bowel syndrome (spastic colon);Abdominal pain with distension;Borborygmus;Alternating constipation and diarrhea;Sensation of fullness or oppression in the chest|
|Actions||Harmonizes the Liver and Spleen, spreads the Liver Qi, strengthens the Spleen, transforms Dampness, clears Heat, regulates the Middle Burner, alleviates diarrhea and pain|
|Pattern||Liver and Spleen disharmony, Liver Qi depression, Spleen Qi vacuity, Damp-Heat in Stomach and intestines|
|Tongue||Tongue body variable, swollen, teethmarks, and thin, white or yellow coat|
|Pulse||Wiry, slippery, rapid|
|Branch||Liver, Spleen, Large Intestine|
|Chinese name||Tong Xie Yao Feng & Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San|
|English name||Irritease, 300 tabs|
|Description||Irritease is designed to specifically treat the condition known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A Liver-Spleen disharmony is the primary manifestation, which may be complicated by other disease patterns. The Liver and Spleen interact with each other on the ke or restraining cycle in five phase theory. In a pattern of disharmony the restraining Liver
Qi may cause stagnation, oppression and ultimately vacuity where diarrhea and pain are the main manifestations. Due to the Spleen Qi vacuity, Dampness will be generated internally and its turbidity will drain downward. When this turbid Damp combines with depressed Liver Qi, pain, borborygmus and diarrhea result. A commonly seen pattern with a Liver-Spleen disharmony is Damp-Heat in the Stomach and intestines. The accumulation of turbid Damp in the Middle and Lower Burners will ostruct the transformative action of the Yang Qi and over time will transform into Damp-Heat, creating such symptoms as dark odorous stools, mouth and tongue sores, thirst, vaginitis, acne and general Damp-Heat conditions. Herbs such as Yin chen hao, huang bai and huang lian have been added to help address this problem. This prescription is the same as the one used in a double-blind placebo trial done specifically to test its effectiveness in treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
|Ingredients||Yin chen hao - Capillaris herb; Bai zhu - White atractylodes rhizome; Dang shen - Codonopsis root; Yi yi ren - Jobs tears seed; Wu wei zi - Schisandra fruit; Huo xiang - Chinese giant hyssop herb; Chai hu - Bupleurum root; Hou po - Magnolia bark; Pao jiang - Quick-fried ginger root; Qin pi - Chinese ash bark; Fu ling - Poria; Che qian zi - Plantain seed; Huang bai - Phellodendron bark; Zhi gan cao - Chinese licorice root (honey-fried); Bai shao - White peony root; Mu xiang - Vladimiria root; Chuan huang lian - Coptis rhizome; Fang feng - Siler root; Chen pi - Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit; Bai zhi - Fragrant angelica root|