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The Swan’s Neck tincture is based on the traditional Jing Fang Er Hao Tang blend, administered by Chinese medicine practitioners.
Chinese medicine tells us that there are paths in our body where Qi energy flows. Sometimes, Qi’s gets blocked for one reason or another. This is the cause behind the occurrence of pain, whether it’s joint pain, toothache, or menstrual cramps. Some places in our body are typically narrow,and therefore it’ssusceptible to meridian blockages. Pain in the neck and nape is characteristic in this regard. The blend’s imperial herb is known as Ge Gen (Radix puerariae); it guides the rest of the herbs to the neck and nape area.
Tongue: pink (pale and with a thin white furring if there’s blood deficiency)
|Ge Gen||kudzu, root||Rad. puerariae|
|Bai Shao||white peony root||Rad. paeoniae alba|
|Gan Cao||Chinese liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|
|Chuan Xiong||ligusticum, rootstock||Rhiz. ligustici|
|Dang Gui||female ginseng, root||Rad. angelicae sinensis|
|Hong Hua||safflower, flower||Flo. carthami tinctorii|
|Lu Lu Tong||Chinese sweet gum, fruit||Fruc. liquidambaris|
|Dan Shen||red sage, root||Rad. salviae|
|Di Gu Pi||Chinese boxthorn, root bark||Cort. radicis lycii|
|Mu Gua||flowering quince, fruit||Fruc. chaenomelis|
|Niu Xi||ox knee, root||Rad. achyranthis|
|Qiang Huo||notopterygium root, rootstock||Rhiz. notopterygii|
|Qin Jiao||large leaf gentian, root||Rad. gentianae macrophyllae|
|Sang Ji Sheng||mulberry mistletoe, sprig||Loranthi ramulus|
|Wu Jia Pi||bark of five additions||Cor. radicis acantopanacis|
|Xu Duan||teasel root||Rad. dipsaci|
|Sheng Di Huang||rehmannia, unmodified root||Rad. rehmaniae|
|Tao Ren||peach kernel||Sem. persicae|
|Hu Sui Ben||coriander tops||Her. coriandri sativi|
|Jiang Huang||turmeric, rootstock||Rhiz. curcumae longae|