Details of Bupleurum and Dragon Bone Combination
Bupleurum, one of the great neurologically regulating herbs.
Bupleurum, one of the great neurologically regulating herbs.

Alternative Names

  • chai hu jia long gu mu li tang
  • Bupleurum Decoction Plus Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell
  • Bupleurum plus Dragon’s Bone and Oyster Shell Decoction
  • chai hu chia lung ku mu li tang
  • siako ka ryukotu borei to
  • saikokaryukotsuboreito
  • Chinese SRBT
  • saikokaryukotsuboreito
  • siako-ka-ryukotu-borei-to
  • Saiko-ka-ryūkotsu-borei-tō
  • 柴胡加竜骨牡蛎湯
  • さいこかりゅうこつぼれいとう
  • TJ12; TJ-12; TJ 12

Benefits

  • relaxes tense muscles that cause a sense of dull stuffiness in the upper abdomen
  • regualtes body systems that are aggravated by stress or the menstrual cycle
  • regulates the heartbeat
  • calms the startle response
  • cools temporary hot flashes
  • regulates sleeping for those having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep

Ingredients

Chai Hu 柴胡 hare’s ear root, thorowax root, bupleurum Radix Bupleuri [caution]

  • Anytime you see the name of an herb in a formula’s name, that means that herb is really crucial to the functions of the formula. We call those the “king herb”. In this formula, chai hu Bupleurum is the key herb that promotes the movement of qi in the body. When the qi stagnates (usually due to monthly hormones or emotional stress) the outcome is depression) the outcome is depression and/or compromised movement in the body of things that need to move. Huang qin Scute assists the chai hu Bupleurum in opening up the channels for that healthy qi flow.

Long Gu 龍骨 dragon bone; fossilized vertebrae Os Draconis

Mu Li 牡蠣 oyster shell Concha Ostreae

  • The above two herbs are both heavy minerals. Mostly calcium (shell and bone), but the important thing is that they “anchor the spirit” which is incredibly beneficial for supporting a calm anxiety-free state of mind, body and spirit. The spirit can be like a balloon, very light and sensitive to even the lightest breeze. These herbs are like a brick that anchors that balloon so it doesn’t get brown around. This leaves one feeling more calm and grounded state of mind, body and spirit. The spirit can be like a balloon, very light and sensitive to even the lightest breeze. These herbs are like a brick that anchors that balloon so it doesn’t get brown around. This leaves one feeling more calm and grounded. It’s a good thing, indeed!

Huang Qin 黃苓 baical skullcap root, scutellaria, scute Radix Scutellariae Baicalensis [supports pregnancy]

Da Huang 大黄 rhubarb root and rhizome Radix et Rhizoma Rhei [don’t use if pregnant]

  • This herb helps flush out the large intestine and detoxify the blood. Qi stagnation often gives rise to constipation. Constipation leads to a backup in the intestines. This backup causes heat, which rises to the heart and generates restlessness, irritability, and anxiety. You don’t want that.

Ren Shen 人蔘 ginseng root Radix Panax Ginseng made from real ginseng

Fu Ling 茯苓 sclerotium of tuckahoe, China root, hoelen, Indian bread Poria Cocos

  • The two herbs above both support the digestion. They are also both a bit calming. They are also both a bit support the digestion. They are also both a bit calming, which is a key goal of this formula. They’re also added to support the digestion an an environment of qi stagnation. When the qi stagnates, digestive functions can be compromised, but not so when these two herbs are added.

Ban Xia 半夏 pinellia rhizome, pinellia tuber Rhizoma Pinelliae Ternatae [supports pregnancy]

  • This is another herb that supports the digestion, but focuses on the outcome of compromised digestion which we call “dampness”. You can call this indigestion. Fu ling Poria also helps with this damp resolving action too.

Gui Zhi 桂枝 (Saigon) cinnamon twig, cassia twig Ramulus Cinnamomi Cassiae

  • This is a holdover form the original purpose of this formula, which was in the treatment of a lingering common cold. Gui zhi cinnamon twig warms up the skin and stimulates blood flow through the body, this would thus be helpful when you have cold hands and feet, especially when aggravated by emotional stress. We use just a little here.

Sheng Jiang 生薑 fresh ginger rhizome Zingiberis Rhizoma

Da Zao 大棗 jujube, Chinese date Jujubae Fructus

  • Two more herbs that support the digestion. They taste good too, kind of a cola taste. Many formulas that have heavy minerals such as the long gu Dragon Bone and mu li Oyster Shell include a few extra herbs to protect the stomach from getting overwhelmed by these substances and generating side-effects of a tummy ache.

Recommended for these body types:
Hearty
Hearty
Slightly Hearty
Slightly Hearty

Balanced
Balanced
Recommended for these thermal natures:
Hot
Hot
Warm
Warm

Neutral
Neutral
Adult Dosage
  • DOSAGE:

    Eagle Herbs is now supplying a 2 gram “little spoon”. (Please wash and dry before using.)

    An “average dose” is 10 grams per day of the granules or 20 capsules.

    A Big Dosage for Short-lived but intense issues: 3 little spoons (12 capsules) twice a day.

    A Smaller Dosage for Lingering low-grade concerns: 2 little spoons (8 capsules) twice a day.

    If you are very sensitive to medicines: start out low (1/2 little spoon or 2 capsules) once per day, and raise the dosage each day.

    We find that people find the right dosage for themselves: what feels good for them and they get the results they are looking for.

Your order will last approximately this long:

  • 100 grams powder (capsules or powder): 8 to 25 days
  • 200 grams powder (powder only): 19 to 56 days
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