|Unit Size||90 tablets, 750 mg, 30 day supply|
|Dosage||1 to 3 tablets, 3 times daily|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Chinese Symptomology||Liver Qi Stagnation, Aids Digestion, Relieves Pain in the Middle Burner|
|Actions||1. Treats fool allergies and related symptoms including poor digestion, abdominal bloating, nausea, burping, vomiting and regurgitation associated with hyperactivity. 2. Has been used in the treatment of anorexia, bulimia, chronic hepatitis, and pain in t|
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|Chinese name||Shu Gan Wan|
|English name||Shu Gan|
This formula was recorded by the Ming Dynasty physician, Zhu Tinbi. Herbalist Andrew Gaeddert has used this formula successfully with food allergies, anorexia, and bulimia and in the treatment of gynecological and gastrointestinal complaints.
Yu Jin (Curcuma tuber) Chen Xiang (Aquilaria sinensis lignum) Yan Hu Suo (Cordyalis rhizome) Mu Xiang (Vladimiria Souliei root) Rou Dou Kou (Nutmeg seed) Bai Shao (White Peony root) Zhi Ke (Citrus fruit) Chen Pi (Citrus peel) Sha Ren (Cardamon fruit) Hou Po (Magnolia bark) Xiang Fu (Cyperus rhizome) Gan Cao (Licorice root) Mu Dan Pi (Moutan root) Qing Pi (Immature Citrus peel) Tan Xiang (Sandalwood lignum)