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PM-637 Tiao Jing   
Comment:
PM-637 is a modification of a classic Tang-kuei and Bupleurum Formula (Rambling Powder) which has been used for about 900 years to sooth the liver qi, strengthen the spleen and harmonize the stomach. This formula can be used to relieve symptoms such as hypochondriac pain, headache, restlessness, vertigo, fatigue, flushed face, irregular menstruation, distended breasts, abdominal pain and distention, bitter taste in the mouth, etc.
Indications:
PMS, irregular menstruation, menopausal disturbance, chronic hepatitis.
Dosage:
4-6 tablets three times per day, before meals.
Functions:
Traditional:
Soothes the liver, clears heat and regulates menstruation.
Modern:
Coordinates uterine function, regulates menstruation, tranquilizes the mind, and relieves spasm and pain.
Ingredients:
Bupleurum Bupleuri Radix Chai Hu
Tang-Kuei Angelicae Radix Dang Gui
Peony Paeoniae Radix Shao Yao
Atractylodes Atractylodis Rhizoma Bai Zhu
Hoelen Poria Fu Ling
Mentha Menthae Herba Bo He
Moutan Moutan Radicis Cortex Mu Dan Pi
Gardenia Gardeniae Fructus Zhi Zi
Licorice Glycyrrhizae Radix Gan Cao
Dried Ginger Zingiberis Siccatum Rhizoma Gan Jiang
   
Chinese Medical Description:
 
Bupleurum
Soothes Liver Qi
Tang-Kuei, Peony
Nourishes and Softens the Liver
Atractylodes, Hoelen
Strengthens the Spleen and Eliminates Dampness
Mentha
Disperses Heat

 

 
Moutan
Cools the Blood
Gardenia
Clears Heat from the 3 Jiaos
Licorice
Tonifies Qi, Strengthens the Middle Jiao and relieves spasm
Dried Ginger
Warms the Stomach and Harmonizes the Middle Jiao