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Yang Xue Qu Feng Tang

Sheng Di Rx. Rehmannia
Dang Shen Rx. Codonopsis
Mu Dan Pi Cx. Moutan
Bai Xian Pi Cx. Dictamni
Xi Xian Cao Hb. Siegesbeckiae
Dang Gui Rx. Angelicae Sinensis
Wei Ling Xian 10g Rx. Clematidis
Gou Teng Ram. cum Uncis Uncariae
Ji Xue Teng Caulis Spatholobi
Ye Jiao Caulis Polygoni Multiflori
He Shou Wu Rx. Polygoni Multiflori
Di Fu Zi Fr. Kochiae

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Qi Bao Mei Ran Dan – 7 Treasures for Beautiful Hair

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Seven Treasures for Beautiful Hair Pills
Qi Bao Mei Ran Dan

The name says it all. This product should not be used or be used with caution in conjunction with an herbal professional while having chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

Shou Wu Polygonum multiflorum root
Fu Ling Poria cocos fungus
Huai Niu Xi Achyranthes bidentata root
Dang Gui Angelica sinensis root
Gou Qi Zi Lycium chinense fruit
Bu Gu Zhi Fructus Psoraleae Corylifoliae
Tu Si Zi Semen Cuscutae

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Mental Clarity Additions

Tang-kuei and Gelatin YIn Modified (xiong gui jiao ai tang modified)

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Dang gui helps nourish the “Liver blood”, or neurotransmiters.

This is an Eagle Herb modification of Xiong Gui Jiao to clear more heat using Yin tonics. Thus it helps with post menopausal symptoms having to do with blood deficiency.

 

Alternative Names for the original formula

  • xiong gui jiao ai tang
  • jiao ai tang
  • Ligusticum, Tangkuei, Ass Hide Glue and Mugwort Decoction
  • Szechwan Lovage Rhizoma, Angelica Root, Ass-hide Glue and Argy Wormwood Leaf Decoction
  • kyu ki kuog ai to
  • Kyūki-kyōgai-tō
  • きゅう帰膠艾湯
  • きゅうききょうがいとう
  • TJ77; TJ-77; TJ 77

Benefits

  • supports blood health
  • clears heat

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Tao Ren (Peach Pit) supports blood movement.

Cnidium & Notopterygium Combination (Shen Tong Zhu Yu Tang)

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Tao Ren (Peach Pit) supports blood movement.

Tao Ren (Peach Pit) supports blood movement.

There is an ancient saying that explains aches and pains in the body. “Where there is flow, there is no pain, and where there is pain there is no flow.” This formula supports the flow of qi and blood. It is especially designed to address aches and pains anywhere in the body.

This formula is said to be especially valuable for cases of joint pain in which the usual choices have been ineffective. Continue reading

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Eleven Ingredient Decoction to Warm the Gall Bladder

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Bamboo leaves help clear out the heat that causes anxiety in the Heart.

This formula is for anxiety or restlessness, specifically for someone with a thick tongue coating.. This indicates the presence of turbid dampness in the body. This extra fluid causes bloating, edema and perhaps bags beneath the eyes. Dampness also causes stagnation which leads to heat, which rises to the Heart, and that causes anxiety.

A note about this “Warm the Gall Bladder” name. Since this formula clears heat, it seems like this is actually an eleven ingredient decoction FOR a warm gall bladder. Obviously, nobody asked me about how to best translate the name from Chinese into English.

More importantly, this formula has at its base an important seven-herb combination used for dampness in the digestive tract with heat in the heart (which then causes restlessness, anxiety and insomnia). This Warm the Gall Bladder Combination is actually another modification on a damp-resolving formula known as Citrus and Pinellia Combination. Chinese medicine formulas tend to build on past successes.

Alternative Names

  • Shi Yi Wei Wen Dan Tang

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Anxiety Modification
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Settle the Emotions Pill (Ding Zhi Wan)

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Fu shen is the “heart” of Fu Ling which calms the “heart” in people.

This formula is for anxiety or jumpiness, specifically for someone with a timid or indecisive nature.

 

 
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Lotus stamin helps astringe things leaking downstairs.

Metal Lock Pill to Stabilize the Essence (Jin Suo Gu Jing Tang)

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Lotus stamin helps astringe things leaking downstairs.

This formula is for nocturnal emissions that are NOT accompanied by a dream. I know, it’s ironic, a wet dream, without the dream. To find a formula for nocturnal emissions WITH a dream, see the flow-chart graphic on nocturnal emissions.

Alternative Names

  • Jin Suo Gu Jing Tang
  • Golden Lock Essence-Securing Decoction
  • Chin Suo Ku Ching Wan
  • Golden Lock Essence-Securing Pill
  • Golden Lock Pill for Consolidating the Essence
  • Lotus Stamen Formula

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No matter how hard I try, just can't make this herb pretty.

Tokoro Formula from the Cheng Clan (Cheng Shi Bei Xie Fen Qing Yin)

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Wet dreams are a normal part of a young man’s reproductive growth. It is messy, but the dreams themselves can’t be beat. So if you’re under the age of 21 and still have one or two reasons to change your pajamas per month, you’re good. You’ll grow out of it. If you’re having more than one or two nocturnal emissions, keep reading.

If you’re over 21 and want to address this concern, keep reading.

It you’ve arrived at this page hoping to induce a wet dream, I can’t help you with that. Back to the search engines with you!

Alternative Names

  • Cheng Shi Bei Xie Fen Qing Yin
  • Dr. Cheng’s Dioscorea Hypoglauca Decoction to Separate the Clear
  • 程氏萆解分清飲
  • Tokoro Drink to Separate the Clear (from Awakening of the Mind in Medical Studies – 1732 CE) modified

About this formula: this is a modification of Bei Xie Fen Qing Yin which is famous for “seperating the clear from the turbid”. That’s generally a reference to addressing cloudy urine. However with a few modifications, it is an excellent approach for nocturnal emissions due to damp-heat.

Damp-heat arises more easily in young men who run hot to begin with. As an example of this “running hot” notice how young people are perfectly comfortable in chilly weather wearing nothing more than a t-shirt while older people bundle up. In our youth, and especially adolescence, “yang qi is exhuberant”. Yang qi is body heat, emotional passion, hormones, etc.

Damp-heat can originate externally too. Hot humid weather is a good example, but more often, especially among young men, is the damp-heat that arises from a fast-food diet. If it’s deep-fried or causes obesity, you can pretty much assume that it is a generator of damp-heat internally in young men. Beer and alcohol also cause damp-heat.

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