An Herbal Supplement by Health Concerns
Escape Restraint is based on (YUE JU WAN), a traditional formula published by Zhu Dan Xi during the Jin Yuan Dynasties (1281-1358 AD). It is used for minor stagnations and consequent heat from QI stagnation resulting in belching, bloating, vomiting, acid regurgitation, mild coughing from reflux, low appetite and indigestion.
Escape Restraint is a Regulating QI formula, said to promote the movement of QI. Components of the formula, Regulate QI, Vitalize Blood, Dry Damp, Clear Heat, and Eliminate Food Stagnation.
It acts on both the Liver and the Stomach, and is thus widely employed to address upper digestive complaints that are stress related. For this purpose, in may be combined or alternated with SHU GAN WAN, or CHAI HU SHU GAN WAN
When to Use Escape Restraint by Health Concerns
- Circulate Qi in the Upper Jiao
- Dry Dampness in the Upper Jiao
- Clear Heat from Food or Qi Stagnation
- Reduce Food Stagnation
Escape Restraint Safety Cautions and Contraindications
Escape Restraint is designed for use by practitioners trained in the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine. TCM can be very potent, but it can also be complex; Self diagnosis and treatment are not recommended. Best to Find A Nearby Practitioner. Or, you may purchase an E-Mail Or Phone Consultation here and now.
Escape Restraint Dosage
Take 3 tablets, 3X a day, preferably on an empty stomach; or as prescribed
Escape Restraint Ingredients
||Massa Medicata Fermentata
||Eliminate Food Stagnation
|Zhi Zi (Shan)
*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. this product is not intended to diagnose, or cure any disease.