Jade Disperse 2, 1 oz
Jade Disperse 2, 1 oz
|Brand||Jade Woman Herbals by Kan|
|Unit Size||1 fl oz. dropper bottle|
|Properties||For endometriosis with a Weak Constitution|
|Contraindications||Do not use during the acute phase of an infection or attack by an external pathogen.|
|Actions||Breaks up Blood stasis, fortifies Kidney Yang, Yin, Blood and Qi.|
|Pattern||Blood stasis endometriosis|
|English name||Jade Disperse 2, 1 oz|
|Description||"This formula is designed to treat endometriosis in a woman who is deficient in Qi and Blood, Yin or Yang. Endometriosis patients can take this formula at all times of the menstrual cycle if they are not trying to conceive. It can be taken for several months while being monitored by their practitioner.
Where conception is attempted concurrently there are two strategies:
Jade Disperse 2 can be taken until the implantation window (5 days after ovulation). This is then followed with Jade Moon Phase 4 for the last week of the cycle, returning to Jade Disperse 2 once the period starts. Jade Moon 4 can be continued if conception occurs.
Or Jade Moon Phase 2, 3 and 4 are taken at the appropriate time up until a pregnancy test gives a reliable negative reading (this can be done using a sensitive hCG test on first morning urine 10 or 11 days after ovulation) whereupon Jade Disperse 2 is taken until, and throughout the period.
In endometriosis patients trying to conceive, watch for improvements in the luteal phase on the Basal Body Temperature charts. If the luteal phase is maintained well, i.e., the temperature is high and stable for at least 12 or 13 days, then we can be sure that the Kidney Yang is functioning optimally and it is less likely endometriosis will reoccur.
Another time that Jade Disperse 2 might be employed is in a patient who just had surgery to remove endometriosis. Then you might want to use the more gentle endometriosis formula (even in a robust patient) to keep the internal environment such that the endometriosis does not reoccur. If she is trying to conceive, combine the Jade Disperse 2 formula with Jade Moon Phase treatments 2-4 as described above.
For an infertile patient who had endometriosus diagnosed on laproscopy, but has no symptom of stagnation (such as pain), you need to strengthen the Kidney Yang and clear Phlegm and Damp to clear mucus secretions from the end of the fallopian tubes and restore fertility. In cycles where conception is attempted, Jade Disperse 2 is used during the period or just before, if there has been a reliable negative first morning urine hCG test. It is combined with Jade Moon Phase 2 during Phase 2, but in Phase 3 it should be combined with a formula such as Lucid Channel (in the Kan Herbals product line) to ensure the tubes are not obstructed by Damp or Phlegm. In Phase 4, combine Jade Moon Phase 4 with a formula such as Lucid Channel to ensure implantation is not affected by Damp or Phlegm in the uterus. If there is a negative hCG test, then recommend switching back to using Jade Disperse 2 up until, and during the period.
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