Click to enlargeGreat Nature by Blue Poppy - Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang - 90 caps

Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang by Blue Poppy’s Great Nature Classics is a formula that is a variation of Minor Buplerum Deoction (xiao chai hu tang) in which bupleuri radix (chai hu) and zingiberis rhizoma resens (sheng jiang) have been replaced by coptidis rhizoma (huang lian) and zingiberis rhizoma (gan jiang).

This formula is used for improper purging of an exterior or half-exterior, half-interior condition in a patient with underlying Spleen and Stomach deficiency.

Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang helps with:
• Appetite-Lacking
• Dry Heaves
• Epigastrium-Pain
• Insomnia
• Intestinal Noises
• Mouth-Sores
• Stool-Diarrhea
• Vagina-Discharge
• Vomiting

Ban Xia Xie Xin Tang helps with these Chinese Medicine patterns:
• Middle Burner-Cold-Heat Complex
• Stomach-Qi Deficient
• Spleen Yang-Deficient
• Spleen Yin-Deficient

Actions: Harmonizes the Stomach, directs rebellious qi downward, disperses clumping, and eliminates focal distention.

Pattern: Stagnation of qi in the epigastrium

Tongue: Thin, yellow, and greasy coating that may be red at the tip

Pulse: Wiry, rapid

Chinese Symptomology: Epigastric focal distention, fullnes, and tightness with very slight or no pain, dry heaves or frank vomiting, borborygmus with diarrhea, reduced appetite.

Western Symptomology: Damp heat in the stomach and intestines with a simultaneous spleen qi vacuity. Some of the many gastrointestinal conditions which may manifest this pattern include acute nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea, acute and chronic gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis, and Crohn's disease.

Contraindications: The formula is indicated for focal distention caused by clumping of constrained heat and fluids in the epigastrium. Where such distention is due to qi stagnation or harbored food, this formula will not be effective.

Suggested Use: Adults take 3 capsules 2 times per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Ingredients in 3 capsules:
Ban Xia Pinellia ternata 258 mg
Dang Shen Codonopsis pilosula 258 mg
Huang Qin Scutellaria baicalensis 258 mg
Da Zao Ziziphus jujuba 258 mg
Gan Jiang Zingiber officinalis 171 mg
Gan Cao (Zhi)mix-fried Glycyrrhiza uralensis 171 mg
Huang Lian Coptis chinensis 126 mg


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