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Contraindications Prohibited during pregnancy. Also, dicontinue once cramps cease so as not to aggravate menstrual bleeding. Reduce or discontinue if it causes loose stools. - Fratkin Chinese Symptomology menstrual cramps, irregular menses, infertility, abdominal pain preceding and during menses, as well as discharge of blood clots. May also be used for trauma. Western Symptomology dysmenorrhea, hepatomegaly, cirrhosis, hepatitis, AIDS Actions Quickens the blood and transforms stasis, moves qi, and relieves pain Pattern Blood Stasis Ingredients Curcuma (yu jin) root,

Red Peony root,

Sparganium rhizome,

Carthamus flower,

Dong Quai root,

Ligusticum (chuan xiong) rhizome,

Salvia root

This is an effective and popular formula for dysmenorrhea, containing most of the strong herbs used for menstrual blood stagnation. Six out of seven of the herbs invigorate blood and break stasis, and Curcuma Zedoaria E Zhu and Sparganium San Leng in particular are strong for discharging clots. The formula does not address the root cause of Liver Qi stagnation or cold in the uterus. In severe cases, dosing begins with ovulation and continues until the menstrual cramps cease during the period. In less severe cases, take as needed once cramps begin.* - Fratkin


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