Gui Pi Tang, Tablets

Gui Pi Tang, Tablets

Gui Pi Tang, Tablets

SKU KPC808
Brand KPC Tablets
Unit Size 120 Tablets
Potency 7:1
Properties This herbal formula may be used for any condition due to blood deficiency, like side effects of chemotherapy and radiation; heavy blood loss. May also be used for conditions of bruising, as well as depression.
Contraindications Acute Fever; Hemorrhage caused by infection or inflammation
Chinese Symptomology Insomnia, interrupted sleep, drowsiness, heart palpitations; tired, achy or painful limbs, general fatigue, anemia, menstrual disharmony; irregular perspiration, dizziness, headache, tinnitus, poor vision, appetite disorders, nausea and bowel problems, memory loss, and overthinking.
Western Symptomology Bodily fatigue, heart palpitations, amnesia, poor appetite, insomnia, anemia, uterine bleeding, blood in the stool.
Actions Strengthens Spleen; tonifies Heart; nourishes Blood; calms the Hearts spirit (Shen).
Pattern 1) Heartspleen dual vacuity, taxation damage of the heart and spleen, qi and blood insufficiency, 2) spleen not containing the blood
Channels Entered Spleen, Hearet
English name Ginseng & Longan Combination
Description

Gui Pi Wan (Gui Pi Pian, Gui Pi Tang is an important herbal formula in traditional Chinese medicine for nourishing the blood and replenishing Qi due to weak Heart and Spleen functions. Today, this herbal remedy is commonly used by Chinese doctors for insomnia, forgetfulness, palpitation, tiredness, and poor appetite experienced by the overworked and stressed.

Ingredients

Ginseng    Root REN SHEN
Atractylodes Alba Rhizome BAI ZHU
Poria Fungus FU LING
Zizyphus Seed SUAN ZAO REN
Longan Fruit Flesh LONG YAN ROU
Astragalus Root    HUANG QI
Tangkuei Root DANG GUI
Polygala Root YUAN ZHI
Ginger Rhizome SHENG JIANG
Jujube Fruit DA ZAO
Vladimiria Root    MU XIANG
Licorice Root ZHI GAN CAO

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