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Bu Zhong Yi Qi

 

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Blend description:

The Awakened Energy tincture is based on the traditional and frequently used Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang formula, compiled in the 11th century by physician Li Dong Yuan.a006_Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang

This basic blend, administered by traditional Chinese medicine, replenishes Qi energy (especially the spleen and stomach) and helps it togrow. Spleen and stomach Qis are in charge of turning food into the fuel our organism runs on. According to Chinese medicine, the Qis convert food into Qi energy and Xue blood. If we’re lacking in Qi and Xue, we become tired and exhausted over time. Furthermore, many other scenarios of our health’s development may be associated with a lack of Qi and blood. The blend also performs a vital boosting function.

Effects according to Chinese medicine:

  • tones up the Qi of the middle energiser
  • boosts diminished Qi
  • boosts Zang Fu organs (in case of a prolapse)
  • helps stop the Xue flow (if Pi-spleen can’t hold Xue-blood in blood vessels)

Tongue: pale and wet, swollen, with teeth marks, can also be pale red, with a thin white damp or thick greasy furring

Pulse: fine, wide, no strength

Composition:

Chinese English Latin
Huang Qi Mongolian milkvetch, root Rad. astragali
Dang Shen poor man’s ginseng, root Rad. codonopsis
Dang Gui female ginseng, root Rad. angelicae sinensis
Bai Zhu largehead atractylodes rhizome, rootstock Rhiz. atractylodis
Chen Pi Mandarin orange, fruit peel Per. citri reticulatae
Sheng Ma poison sumac, root Rad. cimicifugae
Chai Hu southern bupleurum, root Rad. bupleuri
Gan Cao Chinese liquorice, root Rad. glycyrrhizae
Sheng Jiang ginger, rootstock Rhiz. zingiberis recens
Da Zao jujube, fruit Fruc. jujubae

Other educational sources:

 
Sheid, Bensky, Ellis, Barolet: Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies 
Shied, Ellis - Handbook of Formulas in Chinese Medicine
John K.Chen, Tina T.Chen - Chinese Herbal Formulas and Applications
Ando - Farmakologie klasické čínské medicíny 
Hampen, Fischer - A Materia Medica for Chinese Medicine
Giovanni Maciocia - The Practice of Chinese Medicine
Giovanni Maciocia - The Tree Treasures
http://tcmencyklopedie.cz

Where you can buy our products

 

Vast distribution network all over the Czech Republic

Simply look up your nearest therapist, seller, or pharmacist who offer our products.
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