Gentle Pathway - Large Intestine 2 oz
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UPC # 364578141009
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|Huo Ma Ren (Linum), also known as hemp seeds – Traditionally |
used in Chinese Medicine to nourish and moisten the Intestines.
Nourishes the yin; primarily used in cases of yin defciency with
constipation. Traditionally used to clear heat and promote healing
of sores and ulcerations.
Yu Li Ren (Runus Seed) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine
to moisten the Intestines and unblock the bowels due to stag-
nation in the Intestines while promoting urination and reducing
Tao Ren (Persica) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine to
break up blood stasis and Intestinal abscess with immobile ab-
dominal mass, moisten the Intestines and unblock the bowels
from constipation due to dry Intestines.
Gua Lou Ren (Trichosanthes Seed) – Traditionally used in Chi-
nese Medicine for conditions dealing with Lung heat; moistens
the Intestines for dry constipation especially with dry mouth,
thirst and irritability.
Rou Cong Rong (Cistanche) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medi-
cine to tonify the Kidneys and moisten the Intestines ; for con-
stipation involving dry Intestines from inadequate fuids or those
with defcient blood or Qi.
Da Huang (Rhubarb) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine
to drain heat from fever, profuse sweating, thirst, constipation,
abdominal distention and pain while draining heat from the In-
testines, damp-heat via the stool and heat from blood in the stool
either from bleeding hemorrhoids or heat accumulating in the In-
testines. Considered an important herb for treating both recent
and long-term blood stasis.
Bai Shao (White Peony) – Traditionally used in Chinese
Medicine to calm and curb the Liver yang and alleviate
pain from disharmony between the Liver and Spleen,
to ‘soften and comfort’ the Liver, stop painful spasms
in the abdomen, stop cramping pain or spasms in the hands and feet and alleviate abdominal pain associated with dy-
Zhi Shi (Aurantium immaturus) – Traditionally used in Chinese
Medicine to direct the Qi downward and unblock the bowels; for
abdominal pain and constipation caused by accumulation and
stagnant Qi, and has also been traditionally used for dysenteric
Hou Po (Magnolia Bark) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine
for reducing and eliminating distention and fullness, especially
when due to excess; promotes the movement of Qi, transforms
dampness and resolves stagnation.
Dang Gui Wei (Tangkuei Tail) – Traditionally used in Chinese
Medicine to invigorate and harmonize the blood and disperse
cold, abdominal pain; moistens the Intestines and unblocks the
bowels for dry Intestines due to blood defciency.
He Shou Wu (Polygonum) – Traditionally used in Chinese Medi-
cine to moisten the Intestines and unblock the bowels; tonifes
the Liver and Kidneys, nourishes the blood, tonifes and pre-
serves, and is neither cold, drying nor too cloying.
Allergy Information - Product Details
|30 drops orally (in water or juice if desired) twice daily, or as directed.|
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