Persica & Achryanthes Combination by Sun Ten also known as Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang activates blood circulation, dispels blood stasis, promotes the flow of qi and unblocks the meridians.
Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang translates as Drive Out Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Decoction was formulated almost two thousand years ago by Wang Qing-Ren in order to restore and improve blood circulation. Influenced by Western medical concepts, Wang attempted to correct the mistakes in traditional Chinese medical theory. He performed postmortem dissections that led him to the mistaken belief that the chest cavity was an organ filled with blood. Wang then named this formula after the chest cavity he referred to as the “mansion of blood.” Despite Wang’s error, this formula is still effective today for a variety of conditions involving abnormal blood flow.
• Acid Reflux
• Dry Heaves
• Sleep-Dream Disturbed
• Activate Blood Circulation
• Dispel Blood Stasis
• Promote the Flow of Qi
• Unblock the Meridians
Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang helps with these Chinese Medicine patterns:
• Liver Qi-Stagnant
Tao Ren: an herb that promotes blood circulation and relieves pain
Hong Hua: a flower that supports blood circulation, regulates menstruation, and relieves pain
Dang Gui: angelica root helps relieve anemic symptoms and stimulate blood circulation
Chuan Xiong: a root that circulates the blood, relieves headaches, and regulates menstruation
Chi Shao: a bitter root that supports normal menstruation and relieves abdominal pain
Niu Xi: an herb that regulates menstruation and relieves lower back pain
Chai Hu: a root that relieves constraint, promotes energy flow, and alleviates depression
Jie Geng: a root that clears phlegm, benefits throat, and guides herbs to the upper body
Zhi Ke: orange peel helps regulate the digestive system
Ingredients: Peach seed (tao ren), Dong quai root (dang gui), Safflower flower (hong hua), Rehmannia unprocessed root tuber (sheng di huang),Cyathula root (chuan niu xi), Chinese peony root with bark (chi shao), Bitter orange nearly mature fruit (zhi qiao), Sichuan lovage rhizome (chuan xiong), Platycondon root (jie geng), Bupleurum root (chai hu), Chinese licorice root & rhizome (gan cao).
Dissolve 1 to 2 grams in a cup of hot water to make a tea 2 to 3 times daily.