Tang Kuei and Ginseng Eight Herbal Supplement Ba Zhen Tang
Health Concerns Eight Treasures is an herbal supplement that could potentially work to maintain optimal circulation as well as female reproductive function. Notably Eight Treasures (Ba Zhen Tang) might work to alleviate some signs of delayed or irregular periods by working to regulate the menstrual cycle. Moreover this supplement contains herbs such as ligusticum (chuan xiong) that may help address some signs of mild fatigue lightheadedness or vertigo by acting to maintain healthy blood flow.Eight Treasures also contains herbs like astragalus (huang qi) and atractylodes (bai zhu). According to proponents of traditional Chinese medicine these herbs may help address certain symptoms associated with a mild qi deficiency including cold hands and feet.Finally Bai Zhen Tang may have a positive impact on your physical appearance. Specifically angelica (dang gui) Rehmannia (shu di huang) and other herbs in this formula may help address a sallow complexion or brittle hair by working to nourish your blood.
CLINICAL NOTES: This is one of the most frequently used herbal preparations in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The formula is particularly indicated for Qi and blood deficiency, which can result from many different factors, particularly menstruation or childbirth. The formula is commonly prescribed during the menstrual cycle when it is appropriate to tonify the Qi and blood, i.e., from the end of menstruation to ovulation. If Qi stagnation is present, another formula, Woman's Balance, (Xiao Yao San) can be used during the time between ovulation and menstruation. Qi and blood deficiency can effect women or men
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