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Jian Pi Wan

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Blend description:

The Clean Granary tincture is based on Jian Pi Wan, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.040_Jian Pi Tang_Pročištění sýpky_tinktura

This traditional blend promotes Pi Qi (spleen energy). We can very loosely understand the spleen as a synonym for digestion. This understanding doesn’t correspond exactly to the anatomical spleen found in the upper left region of the abdomen. ‘Chinese spleen’ converts food to Qi (energy) and Xue (blood). They’re used as our organism’s fuel. In much the same way as petrol for a car. If these Pi (spleen) transformation and transport functions are limited, they produce little fuel. The second problem with impaired Pi (spleen) is it creates too much dampness. It then manifests itself as Tan (mucus) or a tendency to become overweight.

Effects according to Chinese medicine:

  • Strengthens Pi Qi (spleen Qi)

Tongue: Pale, shaking, with a white coating, often swollen and with imprints

Pulse: Varied, often thin and empty


Chinese English Latin
 Bai Zhu  Atractylodes rhizome, rhizome  Rhiz. atractylodis
 Fu Ling  Hoelen, sclerotium  Skler. poriae
 Dang Shen  Dang shen, root  Rad. codonopsis pilosulae
 Shan Yao  Chinese yam, tuber  Tub. dioscoreae oppositae
 Rou Dou Kou  Nutmeg  Sem. myristicae
 Shan Zha  Mountain hawthorn, fruit  Fruc. crataegi
 Shen Qu  Medicinal yeast  Massa fermentata
 Mai Ya  Barley sprouts, fruit  Fruc. hordei germinatus
 Chen Pi  Mandarin orange, bark  Peri. citri
 Sha Ren  Amomum fruit, fruit  Fruc. amomi
 Mu Xiang  Costus, root  Rad. aucklandiae
 Huang Lian  Chinese goldthread, rhizome  Rhiz. coptidis
 Gan Cao  Liquorice, root  Rad. glycyrrhizae

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

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