women's herbs - ba zhen tang
The Chinese herbs used are grown using the authentic DaoDI concept (non-sulphur treated) to retain the highest quality ingredient.
7:1 Concentration Ratio
effective formulas for health goals
Natural Ingredients - made using authentic Chinese herbs
Ba Zhen Tang is a powerful energy and Blood enhancing formula, made up of two classic formulas:
• Feed blood with Si Wu tang= Radix rehmanniae (Shu Di Huang), Radix angelicae sinensis (Dang Gui), Radix paeoniae alba (Bai Shao), Rhizoma chuanxiong (Chuan Xiong)
• boost energy with Si Jun Zi tang= Rhizoma atractylodis macrocephalae (Bai Zhu), Poria (Fu Ling), Radix rhizoma ginseng (Ren Shen), Radix rhizoma glycyrrhizae (Zhi Gan Cao)
It is used to improve the function of Spleen and Stomach, enhance energy and nourish the Blood to treat general energy and Blood weakness. This syndrome is characterized by fatigue, lack of strength, shortness of breath, pale face, dizziness, decreased vision, pale lips and nails, palpitation, insomnia, pale tongue and weak pulse.
Gyneacological disorders with Qi and xue depletion, often the result of blood loss. Guiding
symptoms include fatigue, pale complexion, dizziness, vertigo, shortness of breath with irregular
menstruation. Weakness after long illness and chronic diseases such as anemia, irregular menstruation.
Tonifying both qi and blood through strengthening the functions of tai yin and tsieu yin. For deficiency syndrome of both qi and blood with symptoms of tiredness, pale complexion, poor appetite, dizziness/palpitations, shortness of breath, pale tongue with thin whitish coating and weak and thin pulse.
According to the Chinese tradition:
- replenishes Qi and Xue
- harmonizes the menstrual cicle
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radix ginseng : tonifies qi and strenghten digestion
rhizoma atractylodes macrocephala : tonifies tai yin, augments qi and dries dampness
poria : dries dampness and strenghtens tai yin
radix glycyrrhizhae : harmonizes the formula
radix rehmannia : strenghthens qi of tsieu yin and shao yin, nourishes yin and xue (blood)
radix paeonia lactiflora : tonifies xue (blood) and preserves yin
radix angelica sinensis : tonifies xue (blood) and invigorates xue (blood)
rhizoma ligusticum chuanxiong : invigorates xue (blood), activates qi
rhizoma zingiberis : regulates digestion
It's important to remember that herbal formulas are meant to treat patterns, not "diseases" as understood in Western Medicine. According to Chinese Medicine patterns, which are disruptions to the body as a system, are the underlying root cause for diseases and conditions.
Qi and Blood Deficiency
Deficiency of tsieu yin and tai yin
- Radix rehmanniae (Shu Di Huang) 97 mg
- Radix angelicae sinensis (Dang Gui) 83 mg
- Radix paeoniae alba (Bai Shao) 83 mg
- Rhizoma atractylodis macrocephalae (Bai Zhu) 53 mg
- Poria (Fu Ling) 53 mg
- Radix et rhizoma ginseng (Ren Shen) 43 mg
- Rhizoma chuanxiong (Chuan Xiong) 43 mg
- Radix et rhizoma glycyrrhizae (Zhi Gan Cao) 30 mg
- magnesiumstearaat 15 mg
2 tablets, 3 times a day, outside meal times.
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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.