Free and Easy Wanderer
(Dan Zhi Xiao Yao San)
42 tablets - ca. 500 mg each
84 tablets - ca. 500 mg each
Recommended daily dose: 3x2 tablets
|Paeoniae Lactiflorae, Radix
||Bai Shao Yao
|Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Rhizoma
|Angelicae Sinensis, Radix
|Poriae Cocos, Sclerotium
|Zingiberis Recens, Rhizoma
|Moutan, Radicis Cortex
||Mu Dan Pi
|Glycyrrhizae Melle Tosta, Radix
||Zhi Gan Cao
Lack of inner serenity, stress, irritability, despondence, nervousness.
Fatigue, dizziness, hardenings in shoulder and neck, cramps, headache, discomfort around the belly, bloating, frustrated, difficult menstruation, tension at the breasts, dry skin, dry mouth and throat, chest tightness. Climacterium with uprising heat.
Tongue: red edges and red tip, occasionally slightly bloated, normal coating
Pulse: wiry and feeble, occasionally accelerated
This combination is one of the most frequently used. Through its indication it approaches problems that are found among many people: a stagnation of the Qi due to emotional burden and stress.
A deficiency of Qi due to unhealthy diet or too much thinking, in combination with weakening and an accumulation of wetness in the center.
Dietary supplement. The names of the complaints and pains that are named in these Chinese herbal mixtures are of purely indicative nature. Pregnant and breastfeeding women, and for a more accurate diagnosis, we strongly advise you to consult a therapist specialized in Chinese medicine or your practitioner. PHŸTOCOMM can’t be held responsible for any improper use of these products. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.