Stasis In The Lower Chamber Teapills

Ge Xia Zhu Yu Wan
200 pill/bt
MW Code:
3362
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This formula has been reformulated due to FDA restrictions. Previous versions of this formula contained Wu ling zhi, an “herb” in the Chinese Materia medica known as a powerful analgesic. This “herb” is in actuality not a plant but “Excrementum Trogopteri seu Pteromi” or as it is commonly known, prepared “flying squirrel dung”. Previous attempts to import formulas with this herb were rejected by the FDA on grounds that it “contains squirrel excrement and is considered filth and unfit for food.” In response to this stance we showed the FDA that it had been sterilized, and submitted lab results proving that it had passed our strict microbial testing. We also protested the rejection on cultural grounds, pointing out that within our tradition of medicine this is an acceptable ingredient that has been safely used over a long time period. Sadly our attempts were unsuccessful and we have been unable to import this and 28 formulas in their original format. Our team of herbalists chose to replace Wu ling zhi with a combination of Ru xiang and Mo Yao.

Stasis In The Lower Chamber Teapills

Other Product Names: 膈下逐瘀丸, Drive Out Blood Stasis Below the Diaphragm Pills, Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang

Product Notes: This formula has been reformulated due to FDA restrictions. Previous versions of this formula contained Wu ling zhi, an “herb” in the Chinese Materia medica known as a powerful analgesic. This “herb” is in actuality not a plant but “Excrementum Trogopteri seu Pteromi” or as it is commonly known, prepared “flying squirrel dung”. Previous attempts to import formulas with this herb were rejected by the FDA on grounds that it “contains squirrel excrement and is considered filth and unfit for food.” In response to this stance we showed the FDA that it had been sterilized, and submitted lab results proving that it had passed our strict microbial testing. We also protested the rejection on cultural grounds, pointing out that within our tradition of medicine this is an acceptable ingredient that has been safely used over a long time period. Sadly our attempts were unsuccessful and we have been unable to import this and 28 formulas in their original format. Our team of herbalists chose to replace Wu ling zhi with a combination of Ru xiang and Mo Yao.

Standard Dosage: 8 pills, 3 x per day

Ingredients: Angelica sinensis root, Prunus persica seed, Carthamus tinctorius flower, Lindera aggregata root, Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome, Paeonia suffruticosa root-bark, Paeonia lactiflora root, Cyperus rotundus rhizome (vinegar-fried), Citrus aurantium fruit, Boswellia carterii resin (vinegar-fried), Commiphora myrrha resin (vinegar-fried), Corydalis yanhusuo rhizome, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root

Ingredients (Pin Yin): Dang gui, Tao ren, Hong hua, Wu yao, Chuan xiong, Mu dan pi, Chi shao, Xiang fu (cu), Zhi ke, Ru xiang (cu), Mo yao (cu), Yan hu suo, Gan cao

Other Ingredients: Dextrin, Hydrated magnesium silicate, Activated carbon, China wax

Label Warning: Contraindicated during pregnancy

Allergen Information: N/A

Packaging: 200 pill/bt

Barcode: 739934820117

Case Packaging: 180 bt (3 pk)

Chinese Name: 膈下逐瘀丸

Chinese Brand: 梅花牌®

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