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Calm Spirit 90 Tablets
Calm Spirit 90 Tablets
Calm Spirit 90 Tablets

Calm Spirit 90 Tablets

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Calm Spirit Benefits

  • Calms spirit
  • Nourish blood
  • Nourish heart yin
  • Moisten the intestines
  • Helps with heart yin deficiency
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Health Concerns Calm Spirit 90 Tablets

About Calm Spirit

Calm Spirit, also known as modified Ding Xin Wan calms the spirit, nourishes the blood, nourishes heart yin, and moistens the intestines. Calm Spirit is recommended for people with stress-related depression, insomnia, anxiety, and anger. Calm Spirit is an herbal formula based on the traditional formula, Heart Stabilizing Pills (Ding Xin Wan) is used for those with deficiency of heart yin. Those who experience prolonged mental stress often suffer insomnia, restlessness, loss of memory, dizziness, and sometimes constipation. 

Calm Spirit may be used for the following symptoms:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Smoking withdrawal
  • Restlessness
  • Anxiety and nervousness
  • Insomnia
  • Dizziness
  • Spontaneous sweating
  • Constipation due to stress
  • Dryness of mouth
  • Poor memory
  • Deficiency of Heart Yin

TCM Function

  • Calm spirit
  • Nourish blood
  • Nourish heart yin
  • Moisten the intestines

How Calm Spirit Works

Calm Spirit contains enzymes because free radicals are produced in the body at times of stress, they can go on to damage body tissues including the brain and heart, disrupt energy production in the body, and decrease memory function.  Other enzymes derived from Aspergillus assist in the digestion of food, which is often a problem when stress levels are high. Magnesium calms nervous activity it also acts as a catalyst in the energy production that occurs in cell mitochondria.  Taurine is included in the formula to help with heart functions during stress. Stress experienced on a daily basis can take a toll on the body.  These stressors can interfere with a range of functions including memory, constipation and weaken your immune system.

By encouraging a calmer environment instead of a stressful one, the calmness of spirit can be obtained while nurturing your inner self.  Spending time doing activities that bring natural stress relief includes grounding or spending time in nature, listening to music, meditating, and being creative.  Calm Spirit nourishes your Blood and Heart Yin allowing you to calm down, relax and sleep peacefully.  

The natural herbs included in Calm Spirit

Tonifying heart qi and yin: biota (bai zi ren), polygala (yuan zhi).  Bai Zi Ren Wan, also known as Biota & Achyranthes Formula, clears empty heat. Yuan Zhi, also known as Polygala, calms shen, quiets heart, expels phlegm from lung, and dissipates swelling.

Tonifying and nourishing the blood: Tang kuei (dang gui). Tang-Kuei, also known as Bu Xue Pian, nourishes blood and yin, regulates Qi, and vitalizes blood.

Calming the heart and spirit: biota (bai zi ren), fu-shen, zizyphus (suan zao ren), amber (hu po). Fu Shen is a Chinese herb with heart and spleen meridian properties that calms the heart. Suan Zao Ren, also known as Zizyphus Combination nourishes blood, pacifies the spirit, clears heat, and relieves irritability. Hu Po, also known as Amber Granules, Settles and calms the spirit, unblocks blood stagnation, facilitates urination.

Moistening the intestine: biota, tang kuei, ophiopogon (mai men dong)  Bai Zi Ren Wan, also known as Biota & Achyranthes Formula, clears empty heat. Tang-Kuei, also known as Bu Xue Pian, nourishes blood and yin, regulates Qi, and vitalizes blood. Mai Men Dong, also known as Ophiopogon and Bakumondo, nourishes yin of stomach, lung, and heart.

Removing heat from the heart: ophiopogon, codonopsis (dang shen) is added to tonify Qi in general and help generate fluids. Dang Shen, also known as Codonopsis and Toki, invigorates lung-qi and spleen-qi and nourishes the blood.

Because stress may also induce anger, amber (hu po) and white peony (bai shao) help remove liver stagnation.

How to take Calm Spirit 

  • Internal: 3 tablets three times per day
  • 90 tablets, 750 mg., 10 day supply
  • 270 tablets, 750 mg., 30 day supply


  • Individuals with spleen qi deficiency should take with caution, as loose stools or diarrhea may result
  • Those with Spleen Qi deficiency should take with caution, as loose stools or diarrhea may occur.

Calm Spirit Ingredients

Magnesium Aspartate (75mg), Taurine (100mg), (300mg), Akmylase, CereCalase, Protease, Catalase, alpha-Galactosidase, Lipase, Glucoamylase, Cellulase, Malt Diatase, Biota seed (Bai Zi Ren), White Peony root (Bai Shao), Tang Kuei root (Dang Gui), Fu shen sclerotium (Fu Shen), Polygala root (Yuan Zhi), Zizyphus seed (Suan Zao Ren), Ophiopogon tuber (Mai Men Dong), Codonopsis root (Dang Shen), Amber resin (Hu Po)

About the Manufacturer

Health Concerns was founded by TCM practitioner and scholar Dr. Andrew Gaeddert with a vision to combine the best of traditional herbal knowledge with modern nutritional research. Keeping the needs of the modern patient in mind, classic Chinese formulas have been adapted for greater potency and convenience.


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
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.
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