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Blend description:

The Hammer on Gu joints tincture is based on Su He Tang Guan, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.


The hidden pathogen is due to the diminishing quality of our immunity the modern scourge of humanity. Imagine that an ordinary person is resistant and can resist the invasion of various pathogens. However, if their Zheng Qi is weakened, they’re easily attacked by an acute pathogen in the form of Feng wind. Gradually, the greater part will cure, but it may be hidden somewhere in the deeper layers, waiting for the opportunity to steal part of our energy. Then a weakness or stress is enough and the pathogen starts to show very diverse symptoms. Often, the patient says, "It's like feeling weird all the time, but it never comes to anything." The hidden pathogen is sometimes unable to be detected by western diagnostic methods and the affected person ends up on anti-depressants.

Effects according to Chinese medicine:

  • evict Gu (worms) with sharp and aromatic Yao
  • take away Feng (wind) and Shi (humidity)
  • supplements Qi and Xue (blood)
  • move Xue (blood)

Clinical notes:

  • When starting to use the mixture a so-called herx reaction may occur, which the body responds to cleaning
  • we always try to get to the sample mixture, if the condition improves, we return to the sample mixture
  • drink a lot, relax

Mixture author: New Recipes for the Treatment of Gu - 1823 - Lu. Shun De


Chinese English Latin
Zi Su Ye Perilla, leaf Fol. perillae
Bo He Mint, leaf Fol. menthae
Bai Zhi Dahurian angelica, root Rad. angelicae dahuricae
Ding Xiang Clove, bud Flos caryophylli aromatici
Chen Pi Mandarin orange, bark Peri. citri
Mu Xiang
Costus, root Rad. aucklandiae
Chuan Xiong
Ligusticum, rhizome Rhiz. ligustici
Yu Jin Turmeric, globular rhizome Rhiz. curcumae
San Leng Bur-reed, rhizome Rhiz. spargnii
Lu Ti Gen   Rad. pyrolae
Dang Gui Female ginseng, root Rad. angelicae sinensis
He Shou Wu Chinese knotweed, root tuber Rad. polygoni multiflori
Huang Qi Mongolian milkvetch, root Rad. astragali
Gan Cao Liquorice, root  Rad. glycyrrhizae
Wu Jia Pi Acanthopanax bark, root bark Cor. radicis acantopanacis
Xu Duan Teasel, root  Rad. dipsaci
Shen Jin Cao Common club moss Herb. lycopodii

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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