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Bupleurum & Dragon Bone 32 oz

Bupleurum & Dragon Bone 32 oz

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Brand: Far East Summit Chinese Classics
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Far East Summit Chinese Classics Bupleurum & Dragon Bone 32 oz

Far East Summit Chinese Classics Bupleurum & Dragon Bone 32 oz

Bupleurum & Dragon Bone, also kown as Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang smoothes Liver Qi, cools Liver Heat, subdues Yang, transforms phlegm, and tonifies Qi.

TCM: Calming

Product Description

Bupleurum & Dragon Bone, 32 oz.

BrandFar East Summit Chinese Classics
English nameBupleurum & Dragon Bone, 32 oz.
Unit Size32 oz.
Potency5:1
Western SymptomologyAtrioventricular block ~ Bouts of palpitations ~ Delirious speech ~ Epilepsy ~ Fullness of the chest ~ Hypertension ~ Hyperthyroidism ~ Hysteria ~ Irritability ~ Meniere's disease ~ Neurosis ~ Schizophrenia ~ Sensation of extreme heaviness in the body ~ Constipation ~ Dysuria ~ Gastritis ~ Inability to rotate the trunk ~ Menopausal disorders ~
ActionsResolves taiyang, shaoyang and yangming disorders, and quiets the spirits.
PatternProblems in all three of the Yang-stages of diseases resulting from an improper use of purgatives which are used before the disease enters the Yang brightness stage. The externally-contracted pathogenic influence takes advantage of the weakness caused by the purgatives and invades the Interior.
TongueRed tongue, slippery-yellow coating
PulseRapid-Wiry pulse (Shu Xian)
IngredientsBupleurum root, Pinellia rhizome, Cinnamon twig, Poria sclerotium fungus, Scutellaria (huang qin) root, Codonopsis root, "Dragon" bone, Oyster shell, Fresh Ginger rhizome, Jujube date, Chinese Rhubarb rhizome.

Class: Calm the Mind ~
Source/Author: Shang Han Lun (Discussion of Cold-induced Disorders)~
Today Dai Zhe Shi or Sheng Tie Luo are usually substituted for the toxic Qian Dan.

Reference

Maciocia, Giovanni. The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text.Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc. 2009. Print.

Bensky, D., Barolet, R. Formulas & Strategies Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc 1990. Print
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