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|Brand||Dr. Kang Formulas|
|Unit Size||60 Tablets|
|Dosage||2 to 3 Tablets, three times per day between meals: morning, noon and evening.|
|Potency||8:1, 750 mg tabs|
|Chinese Symptomology||emaciation, fatigue, restlessness, pain, and lack of appetite.|
|Pattern||Endogenous stagnation of pathogenic Toxic Heat|
|Chinese Herbal Granule Formulas|
|Chinese Herbal Formulas||
|Chinese Herbal Pediatric Formulations|
|Materia Medica - Chinese Formulas||
|Description||To be used as a supplement to a balanced diet when treating cancerous tumors.*
The Western perspective on cancer notes that a tissue first becomes transformed due to some irritation, carcinogen or genetic predisposition. A transformed cell has more of its genome (its DNA) in the active state, open for transcription. The second step is malignancy wherein a transformed cell enters uncontrolled growth and replication cycles due to turned-on fetal growth genes called oncogenes. Normally the human body's immune system can recognize cells in this malignant state because they produce fetal proteins that are immunogenic. Lymphocytes called T cytotoxic cells become activated and track down and lyse malignant cells. Given a normal immune system and a healthy lifestyle, most people can defeat the limited number of malignant cells that form over a lifetime. Some people are more at risk if, for example, they are tobacco smokers or contact carcinogenic chemicals.*
One aspect of this formula addresses the immune system. Once activated, the T cytotoxic cells lyse tumor cells as well as individual cancer cells that have metastasized from the main tumor. Note that some of the ingredients in this formula directly act upon the cancer while some ingredients stimulate the immune system and keep the body strong and resilient during treatment. This is an acute care formula used by Dr. Kang successfully in the hospital setting in China as well as with patients in his own clinic.*
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine cancer arises in part from carcinogenic agents disturbing the Primordial Qi. Additional causes may be emotional Tan Yin (phlegm and excessive fluid, stagnant Blood, and weakness of Yuan Qi (the Primordial Principle).*
TCM Indications: Endogenous stagnation of pathogenic Toxic Heat marked by emaciation, fatigue, restlessness, pain, and lack of appetite.*
Tongue: Red tongue with greasy fur.*
Pulse: Small bowstring pulse.*
|Ingredients||Xian He Cao - Agrimonia pilosa Herba Ban Zhi Lian - Scutellaria barbata Herba Bai Hua She She Cao - Heydyotidis diffusa Herba Bai Zhu - Atractylodes macrocephala Rhizoma Bai Mao Teng - Solanum lyratum Yun Zhi - Polysticeus unicolor Fu Ling - Poria cocos Sclerotium, var. of Wolfiporia cocos Nu Zhen Zi - Ligustrum lucidum Fructus Wang Bu Liu Xian - Vaccaria segetalis Semen Jiao Gu Lan - Gynostemma pentaphyllum Herba|
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