Xiao Yao San Granules

Xiao Yao San Granules

Xiao Yao San Granules

SKU EF364
Brand E-Fong Granule Formulas
Unit Size 100 gram bottle (5:1 extract granules)
Properties Source Text: Imperial Grace Formulary of the Tai Ping Era (Tai ping hui min he ji ju fang)
Chinese Symptomology Rib distention; breast tenderness, fatigue; loss of appetite, bitter mouth, dry throat, headache related to Liver function disorder, menstrual cycle disorders; dizziness.
Western Symptomology Chronic hepatitis, pleuritis, chronic gastritis, neurosis, chronic menstrual problems, PMS, breast masses or cysts, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, ulcers, heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome.
Actions Relieves Liver Qi stagnation; strengthens Stomach and Spleen functions; harmonizes Stomach and Liver functions.
Pattern Liver Qi stagnation or blood deficiency.
Tongue Pale red
Pulse Wiry, deficient
Chinese name Xiao Yao Wan Granules
English name Bupleurum & Dang Gui Formula Granules
Description This formula is designed to treat Liver constraint with blood deficiency. The relationship between the Liver and Spleen is very close. When the Liver qi is constrained its control over the Spleen becomes excessive, resulting in Spleen deficiency. This is known as transverse rebellion of Liver qi violating the Spleen. Deficiency of the Spleen, whose function is to transform nutrients into blood and qi, often results in blood deficiency. Conversely, blood deficiency (regardless of origin) can lead to Liver constraint. The Liver, a yin organ which stores blood, depends upon the yang to carry out its spreading function. But if the supply of Liver blood is insufficient, a surplus of qi may ensue, which is known as constrained Liver qi. - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies.

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