Details of No Chai Hu Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan

This is a modification of our popular Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan. We have substituted Xiang Fu for the Buplereum (Chai Hu). 

 

Benefits

  • regulates the emotions in those with symptoms that are aggravated by stress or menstrual cycle
  • cools temporary hot flashes
  • calms restlessness, frustration, or impatience in those who are easily angered. Don’t hurt your neck nodding so vigorously, you know who you are. :)
  • regulates sleeping for those having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
  • relaxes neck and shoulder tension
  • regulates the menstrual cycle
  • supports vaginal health
  • relaxes pre-menstrual tension
  • supports bladder health.
  • supports pain-free flow of qi and blood

Ingredients

Xiang Fu Cyperus

Bo He 薄荷 field mint, mentha Herba Menthae Haplocalycis

  • Chai hu is the herb that helps move that Liver qi because qi stagnation can cause a dull aching beneath the ribs, on the flanks, or on the sides of the head in the case of migraine headaches. Bo he helps move this Liver qi, and it tastes good too.

Zhi Zi 梔子 cape jasmine fruit, gardenia Gardeniae Fructus

Mu Dan Pi 牡丹皮 moutan root bark, tree peony root bark Cortex Moutan Radicis

  • These are the two herbs that are added to Rambling Powder (Xiao Yao San). That’s why the original name of this formula was Dan Zhi Xiao Yao San, the “Dan” comes from Mu Dan Pi and the “Zhi” comes from Zhi Zi. They cool the Liver basically. When the Liver is hot, the heat rises to the Heart which disturbs the spirit, giving rise to impatience, frustrations, irritability, and restlessness.

Dang Gui 當歸 tangkuei, Chinese angelica root Radix Angelicae Sinensis [supports pregnancy]

Bai Shao 白芍 white peony root, peony Paeoniae Radix alba [supports pregnancy]

  • The two herbs above serve to nourish the blood and yin-fluids that keep the Liver lubricated and functioning harmoniously. When the Liver gets dry, the qi can stagnate, and that’s what this formula is treating, “Liver qi stagnation”.
  • Also, Chai hu is a drying herb which can damage the yin-fluids of the Liver, so Bai Shao is commonly used with Chai hu just to moderate this effect.

Zhi Gan Cao 炙甘草 licorice root Radix Glycyrrhizae prep.

  • Gan cao is commonly added to formulas to harmonize all the ingredients so they work gently without side-effects. The fact that this sweet herb (the literal translation of gan cao) is honey fried, it is mostly focused then on the functions of the Stomach because the two added herbs in this formula (zhi zi and mu dan pi) are capable of being too cold for the stomach.

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

Bai Zhu 白术 , bai shu ovate atractylodes, (white) atractylodes rhizome [supports pregnancy]

Recommended for these body types:
Balanced
Balanced

Slightly Delicate
Slightly Delicate
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
Shipping
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Availability status: in stock

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