Click to enlargeSun Ten - Astragalus & Atractylodes Comb (Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang) - 100 grams

Astragalus & Atractylodes Combination by Sun Ten also known as Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang is used for the patterns of Yin deficiency, Qi deficiency, dampness, Spleen Qi deficiency and internal heat.

Western Symptomology:
Appetite-Lacking
Appetite-No Desire to Eat
Aversion-Food
Body Aches
Breathing-Shallow
Cold-Common Summertime
Fatigue
Fear-Withdrawal
Fever
Flu-Summertime
Headache
Heat Stroke
Irritability
Lassitude
Limbs-Ache
Limbs-Heaviness
Limbs-Weak
Stool-Frequent
Stool-Loose
Summerheat
Sweating-Profuse
Sweating-Spontaneous
Sweating-Unusual
Thirst
Urination-Dark
Urination-Short
Vexation

Chinese Functions:
Yin-Deficient
Qi-Deficient
Dampness
Spleen-Qi Deficient
Heat-Internal

Ingredients: American ginseng root (xi yang shen), Astragalus root (huang qi), Tang-kuei root (dang gui), Ophiopogon root (mai men dong), Schisandra fruit (wu wei zi), Atractylodes root (bai zhu), Phellodendron bark (huang bai), Southern tsangshu root (cang zhu), Alisma root (ze xie), Cimicifuga root (sheng ma), Kudzu root (ge gen), Shen-chu (shen qu), Citrus peel (chen pi), Chinese licorice root (gan cao), Blue Citrus peel (qing pi).

Suggested Use:
Dissolve 1 to 2 grams in a cup of hot water to make a tea 2 to 3 times daily.


ST140$31.20








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