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Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan柴胡舒肝丸

Chai Hu Shu Gan Wan柴胡舒肝丸

Ingredients: Bupleurum root (Bupleurum chinense) (Chai Hu) Tangerine dried rind (Citrus reticulata) (Chen Pi) Chinese peony root (Paeonia lactiflora) (Bai Shao) Bitter orange nearly mature fruit (Citrus aurantium) (Zhi Qiao) Sichuan lovage rhizome (Ligusticum chuanxiong) (Chuan Xiong) Cyperus rhizome (Cyperus rotundus) (Xiang Fu) Chinese licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis) (Gan Cao)

Specification: 0.18g*200pills, 8 pills to be taken with water 3 times a day after meals

Life is tough. Whether we are rich or poor, famous or ordinary, old or young, we all have had moments of anger, sorrow, loss, 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 ache. 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 discomfort along the sides of the body, deep breathing, short temper, chest distention, and frequent belching.

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.

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