Women's Rhythm, (300 tablets)

Women's Rhythm, (300 tablets)

Women's Rhythm, (300 tablets)

SKU K124-300
Brand Kan Herbals
Unit Size 300 tablets
Dosage 10-20 drops, 2-3 times per day
Properties Eases menstrual difficulty. Valuable for both men and women when the flow of Qi and Blood is disturbe anywhere in the body.
Contraindications Contraindicated during pregnancy
Actions Adjusts and regulates the menses, quickens the Blood and rectifies the Qi, nourishes the Blood, alleviates menstrual discomfort
Pattern Stagnant menstrual Qi and congealed menstrual Blood, deficient Blood.
Tongue Dark or normal tongue color, purplish or dark complexion, sometimes red dots.
Pulse Wiry, tight or choppy pulse, depending on whether Qi, Cold or Blood predominate the obstruction of the flow.
Recommendations

 

General Dosage Guidelines

It is recommended that tablets be taken either an hour before or two hours after a meal. Liquid extracts can be taken as late as ten minutes before a meal. An individual may, in some cases, feel uncomfortable taking herbs on an empty stomach. In such cases, herbs should be taken with a small amount of food. Another consideration is whether the practitioner’s intention is to supplement or to harmonize. Supplementation is usually a long and gentle process, requiring the use of an herbal formula in small dosages. When harmonizing, clearing Heat and addressing discomfort, larger doses may be more appropriate, particularly at the beginning.

ADULT DOSAGE
TABLETS 2 tablets, 2 to 3 times daily
EXTRACTS 30 drops, 2 to 3 times daily
CHILD DOSAGE
0 to 1 year of age 1/4 of the adult dose
1 to 4 years of age 1/3 of the adult dose
4 to 7 years of age 1/2 of the adult dose
7 to 12 years of age 3/4 of the adult dose

 

Chinese name tong yu jian, si wu tang
English name Women's Rhythm
Description

Women's Rhythm is a generalized formula for dealing with the discomfort and malaise of the menstrual cycle. Whenever blockages of Qi and Blood disrupt the natural, smooth passage of menstruation, Women's Rhythm can be an important part of a treatment plan.*

Ingredients

Ingredients

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Dang gui shen

Dong quai root

Xiang fu

Cyperus rhizome

Hong hua

Carthamus flower

Yan hu suo

Corydalis yanhusuo tuber

Huai niu xi

Achyranthes root

Bai shao

White peony root

Chuan xiong

Sichuan lovage rhizome

Shu di huang

Rehmannia root (prepared)

He huan pi

Silk tree bark

Ze xie

Asian water plantain rhizome

Mu xiang

Vladimiria root

Shan zha

Chinese hawthorn fruit

Mu dan pi

Tree peony root bark

Qing pi

Tangerine dried rind of green fruit

Rou gui

Chinese cinnamon bark

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