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The Releasing the branches tincture is based on Sang Feng Teng, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.
A modern traditional Chinese medicine mixture that’s used for the Tong elbow problem. Excessive stress or injury will disrupt Qi flow in the paths through the elbow. Pathways are relatively narrow in these places, making them more susceptible to formation of Xue Yu (blood blockages). Qi stagnation may gradually turn into more chronic Xue Yu blood stagnation.
Qi and Xue (blood) stagnation in the elbow area
|Sang Zhi||White mulberry, twig||Ram. mori|
|Hai Feng Teng||Caulis piperis kadsurae|
|Ji Xue Teng||Spatholobus root and vine||Caulis milletiae seu spatholobi|
|Xi Xian Cao||Herb. siegesbeckiae|
|Gui Zhi||Chinese cinnamon, twig||Ram. cinnamomi|
|Ligusticum, rhizome||Rhiz. ligustici|
|White peony, root||Rad. paeoniae alba|
|Chi Shao||Chinese peony, root||Rad. paeoniae rubra|
|Mo Yao||Myrrh, gum||Res. myrrhae|
|Ru Xiang||Frankincense tree, gum||Res. olibanum (gummi olibanum)|
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