Brand: Kan Traditionals

Dang Gui Si Ni Tang 300 tablets

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Dang Gui Si Ni Tang, 300 Tablets

Unit Size300 Tablets
ContraindicationsBody fluid deficiency or Yin deficiency with Heat. Caution in warm climates or summer season.
Western SymptomologyOccasional frigid, cold hands and feet, possibly the whole limb, that feel cold to the touch and to the person, Occasional pale or sallow complexion, pale nails, lips or eyelids, Occasional lethargy or lassitude, Occasional discomfort at the wrist, hips, legs or feet, Occasional joint, lower back or leg discomfort, Occasional difficulty concentrating, Occasional irregular menstruation
ActionsNourishes the Blood, dispels Cold, warms, opens and unblocks the Vessels and Channels
PatternBlood deficiency, Nutritive Qi blocked by Cold, Cold invasion in the Vessels and Channels
TonguePale with white coat, possibly pale purple
PulseDeep, fine or barely palpable
RecommendationsComplementary Formulas: Four Cold Extremities, Four Substances, Rehmannia Six
Chinese nameDang Gui Si Ni Tang
English nameDang Gui Si Ni Tang


Nourishes the Blood, dispels Cold, warms, opens and unblocks the Vessels and Channels.


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