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Shao Fu Zhu Yu Wan
Shao Fu Zhu Yu Wan
|Brand||Herbal Times Teapills|
|Dosage||4 pills, 3 times daily.|
|Potency||3:1 / 300mg|
|Contraindications||Prohibited during pregnancy. Discontinue once cramps cease so as not to aggravate menstrual bleeding.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Painful menstruation; Uterine bleeding; Low back pain;|
|Western Symptomology||dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation, low back pain, uterine bleeding, etc.|
|Actions||quicken the blood and dispel stasis, moves the qi, especially in the lower abdomen, scatters cold and warms the channels|
|Pattern||lower abdominal blood stasis|
|Tongue||Possible purple tongue, static spots, or static macules|
|Pulse||Possible choppy, bowstring, slow, deep, bound, regularly intermittent, skipping, or absent pulse|
|Chinese name||Shao Fu Zhu Yu Wan|
|English name||Lower Abdomen Drive Out Stasis Decoction|
|Description||This is an effective formula for dysmenorrhea with clots and heavy bleeding. It can also be used for small uterine fibroids (3 cm by 3 cm and smaller). Typha Pu Huang helps break apart clots while minimizing heavy bleeding. Foeniculum Xiao Hui Xiang and Zingiberis Gan Jiang warm the uterus. For severe cases, begin dosing with ovulation and continue until the menstrual cramps cease during the period. In less severe cases, take as needed once cramps begin. (Fratkin, Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines)|
|Ingredients||Chi Shao (Chinese Red Peony Root): 13%; Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis Yanhusuo Rhizome): 13%; Pu Huang (Cattail Pollen): 13%; Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica Root): 13%; Hong Hua (Safflower): 8%; Rou Gui (Cassia Bark): 8%; Chuan Xiong (Sichuan Lovage Root): 8%; Gan Jiang (Dried Ginger): 8%; Xiao Hui Xiang (Sweet Fennel): 8%; Mo Yao (Myrrh): 8%|
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