Min Tong - Xiao Yao San - Tang Kuei & Bupleurum Formula - 100 grams

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Xiao Yao San,Tang Kuei & Bupleurum Formula regulates and harmonizes the function of the Liver and Spleen; helps alleviate Liver Qi congestion; nourishes Blood.

Ingredients: Bupleurum Radix (Chai Hu) 15.79% Atractylodes Rhizoma - White (Bai Zhu) 15.79% Poria Cocos (Fu Ling) 15.79% Angelica Sinensis Radix (Dang Gui) 15.79% Paeonia Radix (Bai Shao) 15.79% Glycyrrhiza Radix (Gan Cao) 10.53% Mentha Folium (Bo He) 5.26% Zingiber Officinale Radix (Sheng Jiang) 5.26%

Symptomatology: Pain in the hypochondrium; headache; dizziness; vertigo; dry mouth and throat; bitter taste in the mouth; fatigue; alternate fever and chills; lack of appetite; nervousness; insomnia; aches in the shoulders and back; mentrual irregularity; breast distention; stiff shoulders; face red and hot; emotional instability.



Patterns: Anemia and Qi congestion in the Liver and Spleen. Taken regularly, it will help to regulate menstruation and vaginal discharge in women; tranquilize the mind; replenish the Blood. It is more often used to women than men.

Tongue: Usually pale red.

Pulse: Usually wiry and deficient.

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