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The Sharp Senses tincture is based on the Yi Qi Cong Ming Wan blend, used by traditional Chinese medicine.
This blend comes from Li Gao, an old Chinese physician who created it in the 13th century. According to Chinese medicine, its effects are two-fold: it strengthens “the middle energiser” and replenishes as well as boosts the Pi Qi (spleen Qi). Its chief point, however, is strengthening “upper openings” and removing blockages from the area.
Tongue: according to the pattern
Pulse: according to the pattern
Author: Li Gao - Dong Heng Shi Xiao Fang, written in 1266
|Huang Qi||Mongolian milkvetch, root||Rad. astragali|
|Dang Shen||poor man’s ginseng, root||Rad. codonopsis|
|Gan Cao||Chinese liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|
|Sheng Ma||poison sumac, root||Rad. cimicifugae|
|Ge Gen||kudzu, root||Rad. puerariae|
|Man Jing Zi||roundleaf chastetree, fruit||Fruc. viticis|
|Bai Shao||white peony root||Rad. paeoniae alba|
|Huang Bai||Amur cork tree, bark||Cort. phellodendri|
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