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Jing Fang Er Hao Tang

 

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Blend description:

The Swan’s Neck tincture is based on the traditional Jing Fang Er Hao Tang blend, administered by Chinese medicine practitioners.015_Jing Fang Er Hao Tang

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.

Effects according to Chinese medicine:

  • animates Xue (blood), restarts Qi and fluids
  • relaxes Xue Yu (blood stasis)
  • relaxes stiff neck
  • opens Luo (anastomoses)

Tongue: pink (pale and with a thin white furring if there’s blood deficiency)

Pulse: thin

Composition:

Chinese English Latin
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

 

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

 

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