Click to enlargePlum Flower - Salvia (Dan Shen Yin Wan) - 200 teapills

Salvia by Plum Flower, also known as Dan Shen Yin Wan, invigorates Qi and blood, and removes blood stasis.

Abdominal pain with menstruation
Epigastric and abdominal pain
Insomnia due to heart blood deficiency
Support normal cardiovascular system
External or traumatic injuries with pain and bruising

Other Name: Dan Shen Pian

Ingredients (Pin Yin): Dan shen, Tan xiang, Sha ren, Gan cao

Ingredients: Salvia miltiorrhiza root, Santalum album wood, Amomum longiligulare fruit, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root

Other Ingredients: Activated carbon, Botanical wax, Talcum

TCM Functions: Invigorates Qi and Blood, Removes Blood Stasis

Standard Dosage: 8 pills, 3 x per day

Clinical Dosage: Administer half an hour before or one hour after eating. In the initial phases, dosage may be increased to 8-12 pills 3 times per day, then reduced to a maintenance dose as the formula takes effect. May be used long-term for several weeks to several months. May be used over the course of several years in combination with an appropriate constitutional formula.

Contraindications (all): Contraindicated during pregnancy. Use with caution during heavy menstrual bleeding. Use with caution in patients on anti-coagulant therapy.


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