Six Gentlemen | Health Concerns | Substitute
Six Gentlemen / Health Concerns
Liu Jun Zi Pills
This is the most commonly used variation of the classical formula Four Gentlemen. It is most often used for simultaneous Spleen Deficiency with phlegm in the Lungs or stomach. This condition is characterized by loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, bloating, a stifling sensation in the epigastrum. Sometimes there is coughing with noticeable amounts of clear, white, or frothy phlegm.
Six Gentlemen is actually a combination of Four Gentlemen with components of the well known Two-Cured decoction, ER CHEN TANG. The Health Concerns version replaces ginseng REN SHEN with codonopsis DANG SHEN. This substitution is both economical (ginseng is very expensive) and more tonifying to the Spleen (DANG SHEN is considered a better Spleen tonic than is REN SHEN). The Health Concerns version also adds Vladimiria MU XIANG, and amomiun SHA REN giving us a total of 8 Gentlemen despite calling itl 6 Gentlemen. These additions make the Health Concerns version of 6 Gentlemen more like Aplotaxis Amomium Pills (XIANG SHA LIU JUN ZI WAN) than the classical 6 Gentlemen which only adds CHEN PI and BAN XIA.
When to Use Health Concerns Six Gentlemen *
- Supports a normal healthy gastrointestinal function
- May help with mild abdominal bloating or diarrhea.
- Fatigue Caused By Deficient Spleen QI
Six Gentlemen TCM Uses and Properties
- Tonifies Spleen QI
- Regulates the Intestines
- Builds QI of the Body
When Not to Use Six Gentlemen: Safety Cautions and Contra-Indications
Do not use during common cold or other acute respiratory condition. Do not use with constipation.
This supplement is intended for health care professionals educated in Traditional Chinese Medicine. TCM can be very powerful, and it can also be complex; Self diagnosis and self treatment are not recommended. Best to Find A Nearby Practitioner Of TCM. If none are available, you may begin an e-mail/phone consultation at Online-Herbal-Consultation
Health Concerns Six Gentlemen Serving Size
2-3 tablets, 3X a day, best on an empty stomach, or as prescribed.
Health Concerns Six Gentlemen Ingredients
|Bai Zhu||Atractylodes (Alba)||Tonifies QI and Spleen, Dries Dampness|
|Ban Xia||Pinellia||Dissolves Cold Phlegm|
|Chen Pi (Ju Pi)||Citrus Peel||Regulates QI, Tonifies Spleen|
|Dang Shen||Codonopsis||Tonifies Spleen QI|
|Fu Ling||Poria||Tonifies Spleen, Drains Damp|
|Mu Xiang (Chuang)(Cultivated)||Vladimiria (Cultivated)||Regulates QI, Benefits Bowels|
|Sha Ren||Amomum||Regulates QI, Dries Damp|
|Zhi Gan Cao||Licorice (Baked)||Tonifies QI, Harmonizes Formula|
*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.