HERBS AND ACTIONS
Tonifies Spleen, Heart and Yuan Qi.
Tonifies Blood and Spleen Qi.
Strengthens the Spleen and dries Dampness.
Strengthens the Spleen and harmonizes the Middle Jiao.
Suan Zao Ren
Nourishes Heart Yin and tonifies Liver Blood.
Long Yan Rou
Nourishes the Blood, calms the Shen, and tonifies and nourishes the Heart and Spleen.
Regulates Qi, strengthens the Spleen and prevents indigestion due to the rich nature of the other herbs.
Zhi Gan Cao
Harmonizes and tonifies Qi.
Nourishes and harmonizes the Blood.
Zhi Yuan Zhi
Calms the Shen, sedates the Heart and opens Orifices.
Aids in strengthening the Spleen.
Nourishes the Blood, calms the Shen, tonifies the Qi and harmonizes.
- Augments Qi
- Nourishes the Blood
- Strengthens the Spleen
- Nourishes the Heart
- Spleen Not Governing Blood
- Heart Blood Deficiency
- Heart (Blood) and Spleen (Qi) Deficiency due to worry (excessive deliberation or obsession)
- Atrophy disorder (Wei Syndrome) due to Spleen and Stomach Qi Deficiency
- Memory loss
- Lack of concentration
- Palpitations with or without anxiety
- Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep)
- Reduced appetite
- Pale, wan complexion
- Pale lips and nails
- Early menstruation with copious pale blood
- Continuous flow with little blood (spotting)
- Excess perspiration
- Night sweats
- Irregular menstruation
- Dizziness (mild and postural, worse with sitting or rising or lying down or when fatigued)
- Blurred vision
- Spots before the eyes
- Low spirits
- Bruising easily
- Dream disturbed sleep
- Short attention span
- Panic attacks
- Low grade fever
- Fatigue and lethargy
- Genital itch
- Nocturnal emissions
- Weak abdomen
- Abdominal distention after eating
- Premenstrual spotting
- Dry skin and hair
- T: Pale, maybe swollen
- C: White
- P: Thready and weak or Thready and moderate
CONTRAINDICATIONS AND HERB/DRUG INTERACTIONS
- Contraindicated for those with Interior Heat.
- Contraindicated for those with Yin Deficiency with Heat signs.