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Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang (Ryokei-jutsukan-to)

Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang (Ryokei-jutsukan-to)

Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang (Ryokei-jutsukan-to)

SKU H039
Brand Honso
Unit Size Box of 42 sachets (14 day supply)
Dosage The usual dose is 7.5 g/day orally in 3 divided doses before or between meals.
Potency 5:1
Chinese Symptomology Sensation of fullness in chest; ear ringing; sensation of heaviness in the head; chronic headache; insomnia; palpitation; vertigo; difficulty in breathing; shortness of breath; dizziness; coughing up watery and clear sputum; difficulty in urination.
Actions The chief herb, fu ling, strengthens spleen qi and thus its transforming and transporting functions, and leaches out dampness. The deputy, gui zhi, warms the yang, dispels cold and resolves congested fluids. So gui zhi enhances the ability of the chief herb to leach out dampness. Bai zhu, the assistant herb, augments the transformative and transportive function of the spleen and leaches out dampness. Zhi gan cao, the envoy, tonifies the middle qi and harmonizes the function of the other herbs. So the main functions of this formula is to warm the middle burner and expel congested cold fluids.
Pattern Fluid congestion in the epigastrium caused by the Deficiency of the Spleen Yang and Stomach Yang.
Tongue Usually has a white and slippery coating.
Pulse Usually wiry or slippery.
Chinese name Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang (Ryokei-jutsukan-to)
English name Hoelen, Cinnamon, Atractylodes, and Licorice Formula
Description The main function of this formula is to warm the middle burner and expel congested cold fluids.
Ingredients The daily dose of 7.5g (3 unit packets) contains 1.60g of Hoelen, Cinnamon, Atractylodes, and Licorice Formula extract granules: Hoelen (Fu ling) ..6.0g; Cinnamon Bark (Gui zhi) 4.0g; Atractylodes Rhizome (Bai zhu) .3.0g; Licorice (Gan cao) ..2.0g
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