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Type: tincture

Based on the recipe: Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Jia Jian 

Alcohol: 46,5 % vol.

Volume: 50 ml

Product code: N051
Manufacturer:YaoMedica
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Product description

Traditional alcoholic tincture based on herbs, inspired by the "Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Jia Jian" recipe.

Remember that when describing products classified as alcoholic beverages, we cannot suggest that alcohol has medicinal properties. Below, as a curiosity, we describe only the properties of herbs and mushrooms.

Country of manufacture:

Czech Republic

Volume:

50 ml

"Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Jia Jian" Recipe

"Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Jia Jian" is a traditional Chinese medicine recipe, the purpose of which is to relieve Liver Qi stagnation, which has a positive effect on emotions, circulation, harmonization of Blood flow, pain relief and stress relief. The herbs contained in it help to release blockages in the breast area that cause swelling, tenderness and even soreness, especially before and after menstruation. They are also recommended for ailments and symptoms such as: irregular and painful menstruation, insomnia, anxiety, depression, frequent sighing, irritability, nervousness, tension, headaches, tightness in the chest and stronger heartbeat, gastric neurosis, decreased appetite or increased appetite for sweets, bloating, belching and premenstrual tension.

According to TCM, the liver is an organ that ensures the smooth flow of Qi and Blood in the body, as well as emotions and body fluids. Emotions often cause a blockage of the Liver and, depending on their intensity, they can block it more or less.

In women, this varies depending on the phase of the menstrual cycle. Before menstruation, physiological stagnation as Chong Mai's path fills with Blood and waits for the woman to become pregnant or menstruate. If the liver in a woman tends to block, the so-called premenstrual syndrome. The way the Liver can affect the functions of all organs and the flow of all vital substances, and how it is itself dependent on the level of stress and emotions, is the cause of the so-called. psychosomatic diseases or stress somatization. Blockages occur at different levels of the body.

In women, they usually manifest themselves in places such as the thyroid gland, breasts (pain before menstruation and various structures), chest (difficulty breathing, pain and pressure in the lower ribs), digestive problems and stagnation in the Lower Heater (cysts, fibroids, endometriosis ). All symptoms worsen with emotions, stress and around menstruation.

Description of the use of individual ingredients:

Chen Pi - regulates Qi, strengthens Spleen transport functions, recommended for Spleen and Stomach Qi stagnation. It stimulates the circulation of Qi by directing it downwards.

Chai Hu - relieves symptoms of irritability, emotional instability, releases blocked Liver Qi, used for menstrual problems, pain in the sides of the body, nausea. Raises Qi up. Caution when coughing due to Yin deficiency or Liver Fire rising up.

Chuan Xiong - stimulates Blood and Qi circulation, recommended for stagnation, painful menstruation, chest pain. It helps to get rid of the Wind from the body (pain, dizziness, skin problems). Moves Qi upwards. Attention with Yin deficiency due to Heat, headaches due to rising Liver Yang, excessive menstrual bleeding.

Zhi Ke - moves Qi and relieves the feeling of pressure and pressure.

Bai Shao - nourishes the Blood, regulates menstruation, calms the Yang of the Liver and relieves pain in the chest and abdomen due to stagnation of the Liver Qi. Relieves limb muscle spasms, headaches and dizziness from rising Liver Yang. Protects Yin. Caution with diarrhea from Deficiency Cold and weakened Yang with Deficiency Cold.

Gan Cao - strengthens the Spleen, used for shortness of breath, fatigue, loose stools, Qi and Blood deficiency, palpitations. It helps to moisturize the Lungs and stop coughing, clears Heat and reduces Fire Toxicity. Caution with excess moisture, nausea and vomiting.

Xiang Fu - regulates Liver Qi, used for Liver Qi stagnation, pains in the subcostal area, abdominal distention, disharmony between the Liver and Spleen. It regulates menstruation and relieves menstrual pain. Caution with Qi deficiency without stagnation, Yin deficiency and Hot Blood.

Wang Bu Liu Xing - supports blood circulation.

Si Gua Luo - disperses the Wind and unblocks channels blocked by Damp Heat that cause pain in the chest and sides of the body, helps with sore breasts and their engorgement.

Yu Jin - stimulates the circulation of Blood and Qi and helps to get rid of stagnation, especially of the Liver, causing pain in the chest and on the sides of the body. Cools the Blood while Hot Slime causes anxiety and agitation. Caution in the absence of Qi or Blood stagnation and Yin deficiencies due to Blood loss.

Ingredients of the "Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Jia Jian" recipe:

  • Chen Pi - tangerine, fruit peel - Peri. citri
  • Chai Hu - bushy perforation, tops - Rad. bupleuri
  • Chuan Xiong - carrot, rhizome - Rhiz. ligustites
  • Zhi Ke - bitter orange, fruit - Fruc. aurantia
  • Bai Shao - white peony, root - Rad. paeoniae alba
  • Gan Cao - licorice, root - Rad. glycyrrhizae
  • Xiang Fu - cypress, rhizome - Rhiz. cyperi
  • Wang Bu Liu Xing - cowherb - Sem. vaccariae
  • Si Gua Luo - luffa - Fruc. retinervus luffae
  • Yu Jin - turmeric, tuberous rhizome - Rhiz. curcumae

In Chinese medicine, the principle of using one drop of the herbal preparation per one kilogram of the patient's body weight was used. This dose was halved and applied twice a day by diluting it in water.

YaoMedica herbal tinctures

YaoMedica is a brand offering a very wide range of alcohol-based herbal tinctures. The inspiration for their creation are proven herbal recipes of Traditional Chinese Medicine, used for over 2000 years. Only the highest quality raw material, cultivated in an ecologically clean environment is used for production. The herbs used do not contain pesticides, heavy metals or any microorganisms.

In Chinese, Yao means "medicinal plant", which can be not only a herb, but also a mineral or mussel. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, herbs are most often used in mixtures so that their actions complement each other. It is thanks to their interaction that you can get the desired effect. There are several methods of processing Yao in Chinese phytotherapy. Most often, decoctions are used, boiling the herbs for about 20 minutes. The second form is Wan tablets, i.e. extruding the raw material and pressing it into small balls. On the other hand, tinctures, called "medicinal wines" in ancient China, are the third, equally popular form of developing Yao by the use of alcohol.

Quality and safety

The basis of YaoMedica alcohol tinctures are Chinese mushrooms and herbs. Raw materials of the highest quality are used to create tinctures. In the first stage of production, the dried herbs and mushrooms are ground to a fine powder and then macerated in 50% alcohol for one month. During this time, the macerates are dynamized every day so that the herbs can release their full potential. Tinctures prepared in this way are no longer diluted.

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