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Shi Wei Wen Dan Tang

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Blend description:

The Shy Doe tincture is based on Shi Wei Wen Dan Tang, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.043_Shi Wei Wen Dan Tang_Plachá laň_tinktura

This is a traditional blend that was prepared for timid people. For people who begin to tremble due to something new, those who are afraid of it, for people with a lack of courage, for people who are always discouraged by their first failure. The recipe is a modification of the traditional Wen Dan Tang blend, which was created for ‘shy’ Dan (gall bladder). Shi Wei Wen Dan Tang is modified to strengthen Xin (heart) and Shen. A form of Tan (mucus congestion) or Shi (dampness) is present in most cases. However, this Tan (mucus) may not be apparent.

Effects according to Chinese medicine:

  • Energetically strengthens gall bladder Dan (determination) and heart (Xin)
  • Soothes the spirit Shen
  • Transforms Tan (mucus)

Tongue: Pale with a soft white coating

Pulse: Weak

Composition:

Chinese English Latin
 Ren Shen  Asian ginseng, root  Rad. ginseng
 Zhi Shi  Bitter orange, unripe fruit  Fruc. aurantii immaturus
 Suan Zao Ren  Jujube, seeds  Sem. ziziphi spinosae
 Wu Wei Zi  Magnolia-vine, fruit  Fruc. schisandrae
 Yuan Zhi  Milkwort, root  Rad. polygalae tenuifoliae
 Yu Bai Fu  Giant voodoo lily, tuber  Rhiz. typhonii
 Chen Pi  Mandarin orange, fruit peel  Per. citri reticulatae
 Fu Ling  Hoelen, sclerotium  Skler. poriae
 Di Huang  Chinese foxglove, treated root  Rad. rehmaniae preparata
 Gan Cao  Liquorice, root  Rad. glycyrrhizae
 Sheng Jiang  Ginger, rhizome  Rhiz. zingiberis recens
 Da Zao  Jujube, fruit  Fruc. jujubae
 Yu Jin  Turmeric, globular rhizome  Rhiz. curcumae
 

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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