Mu Xiang Bing Lang Wan by KPC Herbs promotes the movement of qi, guides out stagnation, purges accumulation and drains heat.
Chinese Symptomology: Focal and generalized distention, fullness, and pain in the epigastrium and abdomen accompanied by constipation; or red-and-white dysenteric diarrhea with tenesmus.
Mu Xiang Bing Lang Wan Ingredients in 1 tsp:
Xiang fu (Cyperus stem) 380 mg
Qian niu zi (P\pharbitis seed) 380 mg
Da huang (rhubarb root rhizome) 188 mg
Mang xiao (mirabilitum) 188 mg
Mu xiang (vladimiria root) 96 mg
Bing lang (areca seed) 96 mg
Qing pi (citrus viride peel) 96 mg
Chen pi (citrus peel) 96 mg
Zhi ke (aurantium fruit) 96 mg
Huang bai (phellodendron bark) 96 mg
Huang lian (coptis rhizome) 96 mg
San leng (scirpus rhizome) 96 mg
E zhu (zedoaria rhizome) 96 mg
TCM Functions: Promotes the movement of qi, guides out stagnation, purges accumulation, and drains heat.
Tongue: Yellow, greasy coat Pulse: Submerged and excessive
Standard Dosage: 1 tsp, 2 - 3 times per day
Contraindications (on label): Caution during Pregnancy. Not for Long Term Use.