May also be used for
- Car Accident aftermath Pain Relief
- Sharp, Dull Pain in the Chest
- Bruised Ribs
- Belching & Hiccup
- Oppressive & Pain Chest
- Migraine Headache
- Stabbing Pain
- Amenorrhea, Scanty Flow
- Menstruation-Blood Clots
100% HERBAL CONTENTS
Each concentrated 500mg capsule contains
the equivalent of crude herbs in the amount of 2500mg
CONCENTRATION RATIO 5:1
- Prunus persica(Tao Ren) 332mg
- Carthamus tinctorius(Hong Hua) 250mg
- Angelica sinensis(Dong Gui) 250mg
- Paeoniae lactiflora(Bai Shao) 250mg
- Cyathula officinalis(Niu Xi) 250mg
- Citrus aurantium(Zhi Ke) 250mg
- Rehmannia glutinosa(Di Huang) 250mg
- Cnidium officinale(Chuan Xiong) 167mg
- Bupleurum chinense(Chai Hu) 167mg
- Platycodon grandiflorum(Jie Geng) 167mg
- Glycyrrhiza glabra(Gan Cao) 167mg
Adults take three (3) capsules each time, 2-3 times a day, before or after meals, with an 8 oz glass of water.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with diabetes or a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Keep out of the reach of children.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
What does it do? In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
This formula is a variation on the combination of Tao Hong Si Wu Tang and Si Ni San and is used for a wide variety of complaints in the upper part of the body characterized by a fixed sharp pain in the chest and hypochondria, where there is blood stasis in the chest with impairment of blood flow in the area above the diaphragm. Such conditions are complicated by constrained liver Qi. Blood stasis obstructs the movement of Qi in the chest: this manifests as pain in the chest and hypochondria. Blockage of the flow of blood in the channels from localized blood stasis produces a characteristically fixed and piercing type of headache pain. If blood stasis obstructs the stomach, the stomach Qi may rebel upward and manifest as incessant hiccups, a choking sensation when drinking, or dry heaves. In this formula, Tao Hong Si Wu Tang invigorates the blood without consuming it and dispels blood stasis while encouraging the production of new blood. Si Ni San circulates Qi, nourishes blood, and helps smooth the flow of liver Qi. Platycodon(Jie Geng) and Citrus(Zhi Ke) expand the chest and promote the movement of Qi. Cyathula(Niu Xi) improves the circulation by eliminating blood stasis and inducing the downward movement of blood. By relieving Qi stagnation in the chest, these herbs promote the movement of Qi and thereby facilitate the movement of blood. Once heat is eliminated and blood stasis is removed, liver stagnation is also alleviated. In this way, all symptoms are automatically disappear.
In recent years, the special characteristics of this formula, such as its ability to promote blood circulation, eliminate stasis without harming the blood and eliminate obstructions without depleting Qi have allow it to be administered effective of angina associated with coronary arteriosclerosis, rheumatic valvular heart disease, corpulmonale, intercostal neuralgia, costochondritis, headache, dizziness, and mental depression related to post concussion syndromes. In clinical applications, make certain the above symptoms occur with blood stasis. Otherwise, the use of this formula is inappropriate. (Yi Lin Gai Cuo)