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The Relaxed Support tincture is based on the traditional Tong Yao Zhui Tang blend.
The blend is administered by Chinese physicians to relieve stagnation and blockages in Qi paths (in meridians). If any path is blocked, it usually results in pain. This problem is typically caused by improper movements or holding the same position for too long (typically while sitting at a computer). The Du Huo herb directs the blend’s effect to Yao (lumbar region).
Tongue: according to the prevailing pattern
Pulse: according to the prevailing pattern
|Ru Xiang||frankincense, gum resin||Res. olibanum (gummi olibanum)|
|Mo Yao||myrrh, gum resin||Res. myrrhae|
|Ji Xue Teng||millettia root, root, stem||Caulis milletiae seu spatholobi|
|Hu Sui Ben||coriander, tops||Her. coriandri sativi|
|Ba Ji Tian||Indian mulberry, root||Rad. morindae|
|Xi Xian Cao||Herb. siegesbeckiae|
|Hu Sui Ye||coriander, leaves||Fol. coriandri sativi|
|Lu Lu Tong||Chinese sweet gum, fruit||Fruc. liquidambaris|
|Shu Di Huang||rehmannia, modified root||Rad. rehmaniae preparata|
|Chuan Xiong||ligusticum, rootstock||Rhiz. ligustici|
|Niu Xi||ox knee, root||Rad. achyranthis|
|Du Huo||Angelica root||Rad. angelice pubescentis|