Click to enlargeSun Ten - Rhubarb & Licorice Comb (Da Huang Gan Cao Tang) - 100 grams

Rhubarb & Licorice Combination by Sun Ten also known as Da Huang Gan Cao Tang purges and disperses accumulation.

Da Huang Gan Cao Tang translates as Rhubarb and Licorice Decoction is a classical formula recorded almost 2000 years by the revered physician Zhang Zhongjing, known as the Chinese Hippocrates. In ancient times, this formula was used to treat vomiting after eating and constipation.

Western Symptomology:
Constipation: Habitual
Vomiting: After Eating
Fullness and Distention after Vomiting
Constipation Accompanied by Vomiting:
Vomiting After Eating, Fullness and Distention Even After Vomiting
Constipation Accompanied by Vomiting Frequently: Caused by Excessive Eating and Drinking or Eating Oily, Cold, and/or Raw Food

Chinese Functions:
Tonifies the Spleen
Augments Qi
Clears Heat
Relieves Fire Toxicity

Da Huang: rhubarb root acts as a strong laxative to relieve constipation and stops bleeding
Gan Cao: licorice root boosts energy, relieves spasms, and balances the formula

Ingredients: Chinese rhubarb root (da huang), Chinese licorice root (gan cao).

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


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