Product Description

Moon Harmony

Unit Size: 60 (8:1 extract)

Dosage: Three capsules two times per day equal not less than 24g of raw medicinals.

Potency: 10:1 (average) 500mg

Properties: Fast (within 2-4 days) and effective for many common PMS symptoms. This product would usually be taken starting from ovulation up through the first day or two of the menses. It can be used up to twice the dosages shown on the bottle during this time period

Contraindications: Heat toxins in the breast. Use with caution during pregnancy or lactation due to the presence of bing lang.

Chinese Symptomology: Ru pi (breast aggregation);Ru zhang (breast distention);Ru tong (breast pain);Yu zheng (depression);Premenstrual breast distention

Western Symptomology: Fibrocystic breast disease;Benign breast lumps;Fibrocystic breast pain;PMS

Actions: Supplements the qi and nourishes the blood, courses the liver and rectifies the qi, quickens the blood and dispels stasis, transforms phlegm.

Pattern: Qi and blood vacuity with some yang vacuity plus qi stagnation and blood stasis with upward counterflow affecting the chong mai, du mai, and tai yang.

Chinese name: Shi Liu Wei Shu Qi Yin

English name: Moon Harmony


Designed especially for the typical woman patient in her 40s or late 30s with premenstrual symptoms that include breast pain and benign lumps, possibly anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, and irritability, headaches, bruxism, or sinusitis due to counterflowing liver heat in turn due to longterm qi stagnation, phlegm, and some blood stasis. This formula mostly courses the liver and rectifies the qi, therefore freeing the flow of qi and blood in the breasts. It can be combined with other appropriate formulas when the patient presents with more complex patterns.


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