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The Clear Path tincture is based on Mu Xiang Shun Qi Wan, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Due to Gan Cao, an herb contained in this blend, the Volná cesta tincture promotes normal metabolism. According to Chinese medicine, blockages can appear in the middle burner, causing a metabolic imbalance. The blend helps clear paths in the middle burner, and at the same time decrease any re-heat caused by Qi or diet stagnation. Most often, this issue occurs in small children as their digestion is still developing, or in elderly patients whose digestion has, on the other hand, already slowed down. However, the issue is also well-known to people of working age who don’t stick to the healthy diet rules and are guilty of irregular eating, over-eating, or a frequent consumption of rich filling meals. Emotionally induced Gan Yu (liver stagnation) can also play a role. If that’s the case, the blend can be combined, for example, with the Shu Gan Wan or Xiao Yao San mixtures.
Tongue: sticky damp furring (damp), white (cold) or yellow furring (heat); there may be reddish spots on the sides (in the middle); Qi stagnation
Pulse: stringy (Xian) in the middle left position, and/or slippery (Hua) in the middle right position
|Mu Xiang||costus, root||Rad. aucklandiae|
|Sha Ren||cardamom seed, fruit||Fruc. amomi|
|Xiang Fu||nut grass, rootstock||Rhiz. cyperi|
|Qing Pi||Mandarin orange, unripe bark||Peric. citri reticulatae viride|
|Chen Pi||Mandarin orange, bark||Peri. citri|
|Lai Fu Zi||radish, seed||Sem. raphani|
|Hou Po||magnolia, bark||Cort. magnoliae|
|Zhi Ke||bigarade, fruit||Fruc. aurantii|
|Cang Zhu||red atractylodes, rootstock||Rhiz. atractilodis|
|Gan Cao||Chinese liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|
|Sheng Jiang||ginger, rootstock||Rhiz. zingiberis recens|