Jade Moon Flow
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Jade Moon Flow | Kan Herbs
Jade Moon Flow is influenced by the original Blood moving formula, Four-Substance Decoction with safflower and Peach Kernal Tao Hong Si Wu Tang, and also aspects of the famous "Drive out Stasis" formulas Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang, Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang and Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang. Additionally some elements of Escape Restraint Yue Ju Wan, are employed to create a formula which aims to remove all impediments to the smooth flow of Qi and Blood and thus the alleviation of pain. - Lyttleton*
Jade Moon Flow should be taken in the week before the period and during the period. Initially it may cause slightly more menstrual flow than usual and occasionally large clots may be passed as any stagnation is cleared. It will need to be taken for 3 - 6 cycles. This formula should be used with caution in women who have heavy periods related to Heat in the Blood or Spleen deficiency. Use of Jade Restraint might be considered in these cases. ... If period pain is purely from deficiency then the sue of this formula on its own, may not get the desired result. Pain from deficiency is not as severs as pain from obstruction and women suffering from this type may not seek treatment for dysmenorrhoea. However, it is not uncommon to see mixed pathologies of deficiency and excess, where the pain is marked (and clearly related to a local obstruction or excess) but the Blood and Qi are deficient. When Qi or Blood is deficient it is easy for it to become obstructed in the same way a small trickle of a stream is easily blocked by the sort of minor obstructions which wouldn't hinder a strong flow. In this case judicious short term use of Jade Moon Flow can be made during the period with the use of popular patent medicine such as Women's Precious (in the Kan Herbals product line) which build the Qi and Blood at other times of the month. - Lyttleton*
Jade Moon Flow | Kan Herbals
Yan hu suo - Corydalis yanhusuo tuber; Dang gui shen - Dong quai root; Chi shao - Chinese red peony root; Tao ren - Peach seed; Dan shen - Chinese salvia root and rhizome; Pu huang - Bulrush pollen; Zhi xiang fu - Cyperus rhizome (prepared); Xu duan - Sichuan teasel root; Chuan xiong - Sichuan lovage rhizome; Shan zha - Chinese hawthorn fruit; Chuan niu xi - Cyathula root; Chao gui zhi - Chinese cinnamon twig (dry fried
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