Click to enlargeTreasure of the East - Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang (Five Restoring Decoction) - 100 grams

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang by Treasure of the East also known as Astragalus and Peony Combination, supplements the qi, quickens the blood, and frees the flow of the channels. This formula is used to treat the retention of pathogenic heat in the lung.

It is also used for Spleen-Qi deficiency, Yang-Qi deficiency, congealed Blood and Yang Organs - Qi obstructed.

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang helps with:
Eyes-Vision Loss (Post-Trauma)
Menstrual Block
Post-Surgery Debility

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang helps with these Chinese Medicine patterns:
Spleen-Qi Deficient
Yang Organs- Qi Obstructed
Yang Qi-Deficient

Actions: Supplements the qi, quickens the blood, and frees the flow of the channels

Patterns: Qi vacuity and blood stasis

Tongue: white coating

Pulse: Moderate

Contraindications: Because this formula breaks up and eliminates blood stasis, it is contraindicated immediately after a stroke when the cause is cerebral hemorrhage. Until the etiology is established and cerebral hemorrhage has been ruled out, one should refrain from using.

Chinese Symptomology: Signs & symptoms of qi vacuity include:Fatigue, Lack of strength, Shortness of breath, Postural hypotention, Urinary frequency or incontinence. A swollen tongue with teeth-marks on its edges, A moderate, forceless pulse. Signs & symptoms of blood stasis include: Hemiplegia, Paralysis, Atrophy of the lower limbs, Facial paralysis, Slurred speech, Dry stools, A dark, purplish tongue. Possible static speckles on the tongue, A deep, slow, bowstring, and/or choppy pulse.

Western Symptomology: Qi vacuity and blood stasis resulting in 1) disorders with weakness and loss of function, including post-stroke hemiplegia and other sequelae, cerebrovascular disease, sequelae of poliomyelitis, and Bell's palsy; 2) neuropsychiatric disorders, including a variety of neuralgias, epilepsy, and neuroses; and 3) vascular diseases, including coronary artery disease, hypertension, cor pulmonale, thromboangiitis obliterans, thrombophlebitis, and varicose veins as well as miscellaneous indications including chronic nephritis, diabetes mellitus, benign prostatic hypertrophy, and sciatica.

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang Ingredients:
Huang Qi - Astragalus membranaceus Root
Dang Gui Wei - Angelica sinensis Root
Chi Shao - Paeonia lactiflora Root
Chuan Xiong - Ligusticum chuanxiong Rhizome
Tao Ren - Prunus persica Seed
Hong Hua - Carthamus tinctorius Flower
Di Long - Pheretima aspergillum

Non-GMO starch which contains maltodextrin, are used as excipients.

Suggested Use:
Adults mix 4.5 g in hot water and drink as tea 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Consult your herbalist or healthcare practitioner prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication. Discontinue use if allergic reaction occurs.

Keep out of the reach of children.


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