Er Xian Tang by Blue Poppy’s Great Nature Classics is a formula comes from Shu Guang Hospital, Shanghai, 1950s.
Within this formula, Xian Mao, Yin Yang Huo, and Ba Ji Tian all nourish liver blood and invigorate kidney yang.
Yin Yang Huo also course the liver and resolves depression.
Dang Gui nourishes and, secondarily, quickens the blood. Thus it aids the first three ingredients in nourishing the liver and indirectly enriching yin.
Zhi Mu and Huang Bai clear heat and drain fire. Zhi Mu also enriches the kidneys, while Huang Bai also leads ministerial fire back down to its lower source.
Actions: Supplements the kidneys and invigorates yang, nourishes the liver and clears heat, regulates the penetrating and conception vessels.
Pattern: Liver blood-kidney yin and yang vacuity with vacuity heat
Chinese Symptomology: Signs & symptoms of liver blood vacuity include: Greying and/or falling of the hair, brittle nails, cramps in the calves at night, night-blindness and blurred vision, a pale tongue, a fine pulse. Signs & symptoms of Yin vacuity/vacuity heat include: Night sweats, hot flashes, insomnia, restlessness, heart palpitations, tinnitus, dizziness, nocturia, low back and knee soreness and limpness, a rapid pulse. Signs & symptoms of Kidney Yang vacuity include (in addition to the general kidney vacuity symptoms included above): Fear to cold, cold hand and feet or decreased libido.
Western Symptomology: Liver blood-kidney yin and yang vacuity with vacuity heat resulting in peri- and menopausal syndrome with hot flashes, night sweats, menopausal hypertension.
Adults take 3 capsules 2 times per day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Er Xian Tang Ingredients in 3 capsules:
Yin Yang Huo (Herba Epimedii) 160.7 mg
Ba Ji Tian (Radix Morindae Officinalis) 160.7 mg
Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis) 160.7 mg
Xian Mao (Rhizoma Curculiginis) 107.1 mg
Huang Bai (Cortex Phellodendri) 80.4 mg
Zhi Mu (Rhizoma Anemarrhenae) 80.4 mg