Aspiration | Health Concerns
Aspiration by Health Concerns
Noted herbalist Andrew Gaeddert's formula combines traditional Chinese herbs with Damiana for relief of Liver QI Stagnation caused complaints.
In the context of TCM, and its immense history of use, such combinations, in use for less than 100 years, might be considered as experimental.
When to Use Health Concerns Aspiration
Low Spirits, Low appetite, Irritable or impatient, Feeling Frustrated or Pent Up, Pain on or Below the Ribs, Bitter or Sour Taste, Eructation (belching).
Note that this formula is designed for long-term use. In order to further invigorate the Liver QI, t is best used together with regular, vigorous, upper body exercise.
- Low Spirits
- Pent-Up Emotions
- Costal (Rib) Pain
- Low Appetite
- Bitter Taste
TCM Uses and Properties
- Liver QI Stagnation
- Nourishes the Heart
- Calms the Spirit
Aspiration by Health Concerns Safety Cautions and Contraindications
This supplement is intended for health care professionals or for those educated in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
TCM can be very powerful, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment are not recommended. Best to Find A Nearby Practitioner of TCM, or you may begin an e-mail/phone consultation at Online-Herbal-Consultation
BAI SHAO, White Peony
BAN XIA, Pinellia
CHEN XIANG, Aquilaria
Damiana, Turnerae Aphrodisiacae Folium
DANG GUI (SHEN), Angelica Tangkuei
FU LING Poria
GOU TENG, Gambir
HUAI HUA MI, Sophora flower
Verbena Officinalis Vervain
YUAN ZHI, Polygala
ZHI ZI Gardenia seed
* These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.