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Jade Disperse 1, 2 oz (expires 1/31/2021)

Jade Disperse 1, 2 oz (expires 1/31/2021)

Jade Disperse 1, 2 oz (expires 1/31/2021)

Brand Jade Woman Herbals by Kan
Unit Size 2 fl oz. dropper bottle
Dosage As directed
Potency 7:1
Contraindications Do not use during the acute phase of an infection or attack by an external pathogen.
Chinese Symptomology clotty dark menstrual flow
Pattern Blood stasis, Damp Heat

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English name Jade Disperse 1

This is a strong formula incorporating herbs which break up Blood stasis, clear Damp Heat, remove inflammation, move the Blood and the Qi, and finally herbs which protect or reinforce the Yin and Yang, Qi and Blood. It should be used for resolving substantial implants of endometriosis - it aims to get right into the root of the implants, targeting pigmented endometrial implants, masses, cysts, nodules and clotty dark menstrual flow....This formula is designed for use with robust patients with severe endometriosis, who have plentiful Qi and Blood. For patients who are less robust, but nevertheless have severe endometriosis this formula can still apply but in a cautious manner ... . The way this formula is used depends on whether the woman is actively trying to conceive or not. For women not trying to conceive, this formula can be used quite aggressively through out the menstrual cycle. Or it may just be used in the latter two weeks of the cycle, leading up to the period. In general it is advisable for women with severe endometriosis to delay attempts to conceive for a few months while the endometriosis is treated. Jade Disperse 1 can be taken for a few months after which time, if a patient wants to try to conceive she can combine it with Jade Moon Phase treatments as described below.* - Lyttleton: Formula Guide for Jade Woman Herbals In patients with severe endometriosis who are currently trying to conceive there are two approaches to the use of this formula. Jade Disperse 1 can be taken throughout the menstrual cycle until the implantation window (5 days after ovulation). This is then followed with Jade Moon Phase 4 for the last week of cycle, returning to Jade Disperse 1, once the period starts. - Lyttleton A less forceful approach is to prescribe Jade Moon Phase 2, 3 and 4 to be taken at the appropriate time of the month, up until a pregnancy test gives a reliable negative reading. This can be done using a sensitive hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) test on first morning urine, 10 or 11 days after ovulation, whereupon Jade Disperse 1 can be resumed until and throughout the period. - Lyttleton If an endometriosis patient has significant pain during ovulation Jade Disperse 1 can replace Jade Moon Phase 3, but if conception is being attempted that cycle, its use should be limited to a few days and only when there is pain. - Lyttleton With endometriosis patients trying to conceive, watch for improvements in the luteal phase on the Basal Body Temperature charts. If the luteal phase is maintained well; i.e., the temperature is high and stable for at least 12 or 13 days, then we can be sure that the Kidney Yang is functioning optimally and it is less likely endometriosis will reoccur. - Lyttleton Sometimes you may choose to prescribe Jade Disperse 1 to a woman who does not have a robust constitution but who has significant and substantial endometrial implants with severe signs and symptoms of stagnation. Judicious and timely use of Jade Disperse 1 can be very effective. You would only use it in short bursts in the few days before a period or during the period for example. -Lyttleton


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