Shi Quan Da Bu Wan

Shi Quan Da Bu Wan

Shi Quan Da Bu Wan

SKU HT164
Brand Herbal Times Teapills
Unit Size 100
Dosage 4 pills, 3 times daily.
Potency 3:1 / 300mg
Contraindications Discontinue use during colds and flu. Discontinue during menses.
Chinese Symptomology Sallow complexion, shortness of breath, palpitations, dizziness, spontaneous perspiration, mental fatigue, lassitude of the extremities, profuse menstruation, sore feet or knees.
Western Symptomology Anemia; menorrhagia
Actions Strengthens or Tonifies Qi and blood
Pattern Qi deficiency;Blood deficiency
Chinese name Shi Quan Da Bu Wan
English name Ten Inclusive Great Tonifying Pills
Description Shi Quan Da Bu Wan combines Chen Shiwen\'s two formulas, Si Jun Zi Tang and Si Wu Tang, and adds two warming herbs, Astragalus Huang Qi and Cinnamomum Rou Gui. Astragalus Huang Qi reinforces the effect of building Qi and Blood, while Cinnamomum Rou Gui (cinnamon bark) warms the Kidney and Uterus. The formula is often used by women following menses as a general tonic. It is also used by the aged as a general tonic and following surgery of chronic illness. In modern clinical terms, it is considered effective for microcirculation, adrenal function, treatment of gastric ulcer and increasing immunological function. (Fratkin, Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines)
Ingredients Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica Root): 16.2%; Di Huang -shu (Rehmannia Root (Prepared)): 16.2%; Fu Ling (Poria; Hoelen; Tuckahoe): 10.8%; Bai Zhu (Bai-zhu Atractylodes Rhizome): 10.8%; Huang Qi (Astragalus Root): 10.8%; Dang Shen (Codonopsis Root): 10.8%; Bai Shao (Chinese White Peony Root): 10.8%; Chuan Xiong (Sichuan Lovage Root): 5.4%; Gan Cao -zhi (Licorice Root-honey fried): 5.4%; Rou Gui (Cassia Bark): 2.8%
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