Chai Hu Shu Gan wan (Bupleuri LiverSoothe Pill) (10g*10pills) Liver Qi Stagnation 柴胡舒肝丸/PuJiTang
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Brand:Pu Ji Tang
Functions and Indications:
Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan is a highly regarded classic Chinese herbal medicine for Liver Qi stagnation caused by emotional distress or PMS, and exhibited by frequent sighing and occasional flank pain, etc.
Functions and indications:
What does it do?
Life is tough. Whether we are rich or poor, famous or ordinary, old or young, we all have had moments of anger, sorrow, depression, confrontation etc. In most cases, we can cope with them and leave emotional stress behind. There are times, however, that we think we might have got it over and then find it still hurts even after years. We may unintentionally breath a sigh of relief and experience occasional flank pain. This may signal what is called in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) as liver Qi stagnation.
In TCM, Qi is the vital energy whose smooth circulation throughout the body keeps its organs working in harmony. Anger hurts the Liver and blocks the flow of Qi in the Liver meridians. Liver Qi stagnation includes the following symptoms: distending pain along the sides of the body, deep breathing, easily irritated or depressed, chest distention, and frequent belching.
Liver Qi stagnation is often the cause of disorders like premenstrual syndrome (PMS), gastrointestinal disorders, menstrual pain and irregularity, and migraine headaches.
Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan acts to soothe the liver and disperse the stagnated liver Qi. The Chinese medicine consists of a delicate combination of seven Chinese herbs as outlined below. Chai Hu (Bupleurum root) is the chief Chinese herb in the formula. It relieves the stagnated Liver Qi and soothes the Liver.
Xiang Fu (Cyperi rhizome) soothes the Liver and removes Qi obstruction to disperse depression, regulates menstruation and relieves pain.
Zhi Ke (Bitter orange) regulates Qi and disperses fullness in the chest and abdominal distension.
Chen Pi (Tangerine peel) moves Qi and strengthen digestion, expels dampness and transforms phlegm. Chen Pi, together with Xiang Fu and Zhi Ke act in the formula to enhance the function of Chai Hu.
Bai Shao (Poeny root) nourishes the blood, harmonizes the liver and relieves pain.
Gan Cao (Licorice root) tonifies Spleen and Qi and moderates the action of the other herbs.
Fu Ling 茯苓(Poria cocos Cocos), Zhi Ke 梔殼(Fructus Aurantii) ,Bai Shao 白芍(Radix Paeoniae Alba)
Xiang Fu 香附(Rhizoma Cyperi) ,Chai Hu 柴胡(Radix Bupleuri),Huang Qin 黃芩(Radix Scutellariae)
Zhi Su Geng 紫梗(Caulis Perillae) ,Bo He 薄荷(Herba Menthae) ,Wu Yao 烏藥(Radix Linderae)
Ban Xia(Jiang)姜半夏(Rhizoma Pinelliae Preparatum) ,Chen Pi 陳皮(Tangerine Peel) ,Shen Qi 六神曲(Massa Medicatea)
San Leng 三棱(Rhizoma Sparganii) and so on...
Dosage and Administration: To take orally, 1 pills per time; 2 times daily.
1. Avoid cold,oily food.
2. Keep good mood, don't angry.
3, Pregnant woman don't use it.
4, Don't use it for long-term.If the symptoms haven’t been catabatic after used this medicine for 3 days, should go to see a doctor.
5, It should not be used when the character of this medicine has changed.
6,There are hypertension, heart disease, liver disease, diabetes, nephropathy and other chronic diseases, severe cases should be taken under the guidance of doctors.
7, It should be kept out of reach of children.
Storage : Store (keep) in a cool and dry place,protect from light (heat).
Product Name :ChaiHu ShuGan wan 柴胡舒肝丸
Packing: 10g*10pills/one box
Manufacturer : YaoDu Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd
【有 效 期】36个月。