AC-Q | Health Concerns
If AC-Q IS OUT OF STOCK
Supports Circulation and Joint Health
AC-Q supports the treatment of weakness and pain in the low back and lower body.
The chief herb in the formula is FANG FENG (siler root). Though classified as an herb that releases the surface and is commonly used for head colds, Siler is also used as a pain reliever in many formulas used for pain from BI Syndrome.
Assisting herbs, DU HUO (angelica pubescens) and SANG JI SHENG (loranthus parasiticus) also offer support for pain relief. Furthermore, the DU HUO directs the action of the formula to the lower body.
Note that this complex formula is a modern day invention of Health Concerns, and is non-traditional, so it offers a limited history of use. For a more traditional formula, offering similar properties and a long history of use, see DU HUO JI SHENG WAN.
AC-Q TCM Uses and Properties
- Dispels Wind And Cold From The Channels
- Activates Blood Circulation
- Tonifies Kidney Yin And Yang
- Open Channels
- Wind-Damp Bi Syndrome
When Not to Take AC-Q Tablets: Cautions and Side Effects
Do not use during pregnancy.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. As TCM is not based on symptoms alone, self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't recommended. Best to start a Televisit, Phone, or Online-herbal-consultation.
How many AC-Q to Take: Dosage2-3 capsules or tablets two to three times a day, best on an empty stomach, or as prescribed.
|Dang Gui (Shen)||Tangkuei|
|Niu Xi (Huai)||Achyranthes Root|
|Qin Jiao||Gentiana Macrophylla Root|
|Qing Pi||Citrus Viride|
|Rou Gui||Cinnamon Bark|
|Sang Ji Sheng||Loranthus|
|Shu Di Huang||Rehmannia (Cooked)|
|Wei Ling Xian||Chinese Clematis Root|
|Wu Yao||Lindera Root|