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Health Concerns Ease Plus

Ease Plus, also known as Chai Hu Mu Li Long Gu Tang, supports normal digestive function.

What Ease Plus is best for:

Ease Plus is recommended for supporting digestion function, insomnia, stress, and headache.

Ease Plus may be used for the following:

Western symptoms

Supports normal digestion
Restlessness
Smoking Withdrawal
Headache
Hiccup
Stress
Nervousness
Muscle tension
Insomnia

Chinese Therapeutic Effects

Promote digestion
Invigorate liver qi
Calm shen, spirit
Tonify spleen qi
How Ease Plus works:

Ease Plus is Chai Hu Mu Li Long Gu Tang promotes digestion.

Rhubarb (da huang) eliminates heat through the intestines.

Ginseng (ren shen) supports the spleen.

Cinnamon (gui zhi) relieves the surface.

Ginger (gan jiang) and pinellia (ban xia) transform phlegm.

Ease Plus harmonizes by dredging the liver and strengthening the spleen, thus preventing the liver from disrupting the digestion. Liver heat is also cleared by scute (huang qin) to prevent disturbance of heart shen by rising liver yang.

Ease Plus supports normal emotional health, headache, nervousness, and insomnia.

Ease Plus Dosage

2 to 4 tablets, three times a day, between meals


EP90$25.90




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