Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi Formula Herbal Supplement
Six Gentlemen by Health Concerns provides xiang sha liu jun zi tang which is a blend of Chinese herbs that might work to maintain healthy gastrointestinal function. For example codonopsis (dang shen) may help address certain symptoms associated with mild abdominal bloating or diarrhea. Moreover Six Gentlemen contains herbs like atractylodes (bai zhu) and poria (fu ling) that might work to dry spleen dampness. As a result Six Gentlemen could potentially relieve mild nausea vomiting or abdominal pain. According to proponents of traditional Chinese Medicine the herbal formula in Six Gentlemen may also aid in alleviating some signs of a mild spleen qi deficiency such as fatigue or loss of appetite. Last herbs like baked licorice (zhi gan cao) pinellia (ban xia) and citrus (chen pi) may work to clear excess phlegm from the digestive tract.
This is the classic Chinese formula that treats deficiency of spleen Qi. Its basis is four herbs (the Four Gentlemen) which tonify the Qi of both the spleen and lung. Codonopsis (dang shen) and white atractylodes (bai zhu) combined tonify the spleen qi, lung qi, dry dampness, and facilitate the transporting function of the spleen. Poria (fu ling) leaches out dampness. Baked licorice (zhi gan cao) tonifies the spleen while harmonizing the middle burner (stomach/spleen). Two additional herbs address phlegm: pinellia (ban xia) and citrus (chen pi) are drying and are able to transform phlegm. Since the formula tends to be cloying, vladimiria souliei (mu xiang) and cardamon (sha ren) have been added to disperse stagnation in the stomach, facilitating the absorption of the formula.
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