Dang Gui Si Ni Tang by Treasure of the East also known as Dang Gui & Jujube warms the channels, disperses cold, nourishes the blood, and unblocks the blood vessels.
• Warms the Channels
• Disperses Cold
• Nourishes the Blood
• Remove the Blood Stasis
• Cold in the Channels due to Blood Deficiency
• Jue Yin Cold
Western Signs, Symptoms:
• Pain-Low Back
• Reynaud’s Disease
• Supports fertility
• Abnormal blood function
• Limbs-Cold (Chronic)
• Intestinal Colic
• Postpartum-blood stasis
Tongue: Pale with thin white coating
Pulse: So thin that it is almost imperceptible
Actions: Warms the channels, disperses cold, nourishes the blood, and unblocks the blood vessels.
Patterns: Cold injuring the terminal yin with extremely cold hands and feet;Cold invading the channels with underlying blood deficiency.
Contraindications: This formula should be used with caution during the spring and summer seasons, or in warm climates, since it easily injures the fluids. It is contraindicated in patients with fire from yin deficiency.
Chinese Symptomology: Long-standing cold hands and feet that are both cold to the touch and feel very cold to the patient. Pain in the joints;Irregular menstruation;Abdominal pain and cold;Pain in the lower back and legs.
Dang Gui Si Ni Tang Ingredients:
Dang Gui – Angelica sinensis Root
Gui Zhi – Cinnamomum cassia Branchlet
Bai Shao – Paeonia lactiflora Root
Zhi Gan Cao – Glycyrrhiza uralensis Root
Ze Xie – Alisma orientalis Rhizome
Da Zao – Zizyphus jujuba Fruit
Non-GMO starch which contains maltodextrin, are used as excipients.
Adults mix 4.5 g in hot water and drink as tea 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Consult your herbalist or healthcare practitioner prior to using this product if you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication. Discontinue use if allergic reaction occurs.
Keep out of the reach of children.