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Liver Flow (8 oz)
Liver Flow (8 oz)
|Unit Size||8 fl oz|
|Properties||Promotes healthy liver function|
|Chinese Symptomology||Irritability, short temper, impatience and anxiety when associated with indigestion. Belching, hiccups, abdominal distention, flatulence, epigastric pain. Stomach fullness after eating, nausea, vomiting. Jaundice, gallstones|
|Actions||Soothes the Liver Qi, regulates the Stomach, courses the Liver, alleviates pain, relieves Gallbladder Fire|
|Pattern||Liver and Gallbladder Qi depression, Liver Qi invading the Stomach|
|Tongue||Red sides with thin white or yellow coat, possible greasy|
|Pulse||Wiry with repletion and fullness in the middle position on both wrists|
|Chinese name||Shu Gan Wan|
|English name||Liver Flow (8 oz)|
|Description||Liver Flow is a Wood phase prescription focusing on Wood\'s relationship with the Earth phase via the ke/restraining cycle. When this dynamic is disturbed, the resulting zang-fu patterns are "Liver Qi invading the Stomach," or "Liver Qi invading the Spleen." These patterns are prevalent in modern life, with the undue amount of speed and stress in our lives. Disturbances of normal life rhythms will disrupt the coursing and smooth flow of the Liver Qi causing stagnation and oppression. When this stagnation builds up, it will counterflow and disturb the chest, abdomen or Stomach. Liver Flow calms and courses the Liver Qi, restoring harmony between Wood and Earth. This prescription is also useful for chronic Shao Yang (Gallbladder/Triple Warmer) patterns with bitter taste, rib-side pain, alternating heat and chills and nausea and fatigue.|
|Ingredients||xiang fu (cyperus rhizome) bai shao (white peony root) chen pi (tangerine dried rind of mature fruit) chai hu (bupleurum root) hou po (magnolia bark) qing pi (tangerine dried rind of green fruit) mu dan pi (tree peony bark) sha ren (Chinese amomum fruit) yan hu suo (corydalis yanhusuo tuber) zhi ke (bitter orange mature fruit) gan cao (Chinese licorice root) chuan mu xiang (vladimiria root) zhi shi (bitter orange immature fruit) fo shou (flesh-finger citron) jiang huang (turmeric rhizome) yu jin (turmeric root tuber) bai dou kou (Chinese caradamon fruit) tan xiang (sandalwood)|
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