Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang (Bupleurum and Cinnamon Twig Decoction) – For Both Men and Women
Function of the Formula:
Harmonize the Shao Yang, Liver, Intestines and Spleen, release the exterior and muscle layer, disperse water accumulation
Symptoms that are indicated for this formula:
Abdominal pain, constipation, nausea, irritability, heaviness in head, fever, severe chills, fatigue, loss of spinal alignment, insomnia, chest distention, costal tenderness, vomiting, joint pain with cracking sensation,
Pulse: floating, wiry
Related Biomedical Applications (**This formula clears qi stagnation in the liver in Chinese medicine and is not used to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent disease):
Common cold, fever, cough, headache, ulcer, rhinitis, seizures, epilepsy, trigeminal neuralgia, cholecystitis, hot flashes, frozen shoulder, insomnia, flu, gastralgia, intestinal disorders, appendicitis, jaundice
Herbs: gui zhi, huang qin, ren shen, gan cao, zhi ban xia, bai shao, chai hu, sheng jiang, da zao
$50 US dollars for 200 grams of powder (A typical daily dose is between 5 and 15 grams or 1-3 teaspoons). 200 grams is the equivalent of 400 – 500mg capsules. Formula should be taken in two equally divided doses throughout the day and is mixed with water or juice and swallowed.
For chronic conditions, herbs may need to be taken for 2 weeks up to 2-3 months to see lasting progress.
For maximum results, formula should be taken with appropriate Chinese food therapy, dietary and lifestyle changes.
Shengfoong Chinese herbs and formulas are GMP certified and is currently the only government certified large scale producer of crude Chinese herbs. Products are safe and sanitary with exceptional potency and effectiveness with quality that is guaranteed. Shengfoong is used by Chinese medical doctors and acupuncture physicians worldwide. All products are rigorously tested for pesticides and heavy metals and adhere to the highest national standards. These are pure products and contain only small added amounts of cornstarch to avoid clumping.