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The Restless monkey tincture is based on An Shen Wan Jia Wei, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.
A newer traditional Chinese medicine mixture An Shen Wan nourishes the Qi and calms Shen's soul. Its effect is very gentle and therefore it’s also suitable for children. In children this most often manifests by a lack of attention, impatience, constant movement and impulsiveness. Children don’t enjoy doing things that they don’t consider to be entertaining, they feel uncharged energy, and they have the need to keep moving. They may seem messy, forgetful and rash. They’re often admonished at school that, for example, rocking on the chair, disturb others. However, it’s important to realise that the inner agitation - and therefore a concentration disorder - increases in the child with the absence of movement. Movement is a relaxing and calming moment for children. According to Western medicine the causes of ADHD aren’t entirely clear. Heredity, maternal pregnancy problems, environmental impact, or vaccination side effects are suspected. According to Chinese medicine, the primary cause is Yin's kidney insufficiency and the empty warmth in the heart that causes the Shen soul to not become anchored. The combination of herbs helps to draw Shen's soul back into the heart.
|Ren Shen||Asian ginseng, root||Rad. ginseng|
|Di Huang||Adhesive rehmannia, treated root||Rad. rehmaniae preparata|
|Fu Shen||Hoelen, fruiting body with root||Scler. paradicis poriae cocos|
|Yuan Zhi||Milkwort, root||Rad. polygalae tenuifoliae|
|Shi Chang Pu||Dwarf sedge, rhizome||Rhiz. acori|
|White atractylodes, rhizome||Rhiz. atractylodis|
|Chinese yam, tuber||Tub. dioscoreae oppositae|
|Mai Men Dong||Dwarf lilyturf, root||Rad. ophiopogonis|
|Gan Cao||Liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|
|Long Yan Rou||Longan||Arillus longan|
|Bai Shao||White peony, root||Rad. paeoniae alba|
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