Shu Gan Wan | Health Concerns
SHU GAN / Health Concerns Herbal Supplement
When to Use SHU GAN
Soothe the Liver Pill. In TCM, The organ most sensitive to the emotional environment is called the "Liver". When the Liver becomes heated by stress, it can "invade the stomach', causing symptoms of belching, reflux and other upper digestive discomforts. The Liver can also Invade the Spleen, causing diarrhea, flatulence, and other lower digestive symptoms often associated with IBS.
SHU GAN, Supports Digestion Injured by Stress
SHU GAN, Uses And Indications Of When To Use It.
- Liver Invades Stomach
- Liver Invades Spleen
- Low Appetite
- Eructation (Belching)
- Food Sensitivities
- Gastric Reflux
SHU GAN's TCM Uses and Properties
- Circulates Liver Qi
- Supports Normal Digestion
- Relieves Stagnation In The Center
When Not to Use SHU GAN: Safety Cautions and Contraindications
Do not use during pregnancy.
Do not use during common cold or similar condition
Formulas are intended for health care professionals or for those knowledgeable of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Traditional Chinese Medicine, when used properly, is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, or serious illness. To insure the best outcome and minimize the chance of side effects, it's best to Find a Local Practitioner or Start an E-mail Consultation, prescription, and follow-up.
SHU GAN Serving size
Portion Size: 3 Tablets
Portions per Bottle: 30
Tablets per Bottle: 90
Cost per Serving: $0.67
Cost per Tablet: $0.22
SHU GAN Ingredients
|Bai Shao||Peony (White)||Tonifies Liver Blood, Moistens the Liver|
|Chen Pi (Ju Pi)||Citrus Peel||Regulates Abdominal QI|
|Chen Xiang||Aquilaria||Regulates and Moves the QI|
|Gan Cao||Licorice||Harmonizes and Detoxifies|
|Hou Po||Magnolia Bark||Dries Damp, Regulates QI|
|Mu Dan Pi (Su)||Moutan||Gently Vitalizes Blood, Clears Heat|
|Mu Xiang||Vladimiria||Benefits the Intestines, Regulates QI|
|Qing Pi||Citrus Viride||Unbinds Liver QI Stagnation, Regulates QI|
|Rou Dou Kou||Myristica (nutmeg)||Dries Damp, Tonifies Spleen and Kidney YANG|
|Sha Ren||Amomum||Dries Damp, Supports Digestion|
|Tan Xiang||Santalum (sandalwood)||Regulates QI, Breaks QI Stagnations|
|Xiang Fu||Cyperus Rhizome||Moves Abdominal QI|
|Yan Hu Suo||Corydalis||Moves Blood, Relieves Pain|
|Yu Jin||Curcuma (turmeric)||Moves Blood, Relieves Pain|
|Zhi Ke||Aurantium Fruit||Moves QI, Relieves abdominal Pain|
*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.