Jia wei xiao yao pian - stress


According to the Chinese tradition: Soothes the stagnated tsieu-Qi, strengthens tai yin, and nourishes xue.

For tsieu yin constraint with tai yin deficiency that transforms into heat characterized by irritability, short temper with possible tidal fever and sweating, red eyes, dry mouth, palpitations, lower abdominal pressure, difficult and painful urination, increased menstrual flow or uterine bleeding. Neurosis, menopausal syndrome, irregular menstruation

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  • 60 tablets

60 tablets per bottle, each tablet contains 600mg.

A daily dosage of 6 tablets contains:

  • Radix angelicae sinensis (Dang Gui) 505 mg

  • Rhizoma atractylodis macrocephalae (Bai Zhu) 505 mg

  • Poria (Fu Ling) 505 mg

  • Radix bupleuri (Chai Hu) 505 mg

  • Radix paeoniae alba (Bai Shao) 505 mg

  • Cortex moutan (Mu Dan Pi) 303 mg

  • Fructus gardeniae (Zhi Zi) 303 mg

  • Radix et rhizoma glycyrrhizae (Gan Cao) 236 mg

Registered dietary supplement, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Gluten free. Non-GMO.

For advice on how to take this supplement, please consult a qualified herbalist


2 tablets 3 times a day, outside meal times.

Get professional advice before taking our plant-based supplements.

The plant extracts 5:1 are produced according to GMP standards. All ingredients are approved by the European legislation and an analysis is carried out on each lot. Our food supplements prevent or correct an energetic disorder. This information applies only to energetic disorders.

We are not responsible for wrong or inappropriate use.

A herbal food supplement is not a substitute for a varied diet. It is not advisable to exceed the recommended daily dose. Always store the product away from children.