Brand: Kan Traditionals

Free and Easy Wanderer 300 tablets

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Free and Easy Wanderer, 300 tabs

Unit Size 300 tablets
Dosage 2-3 tablets, 2-3 times per day
Potency 7:1
Chinese Symptomology Headache, dizziness, mentrual irregularities, premenstrual syndrome. Breast pain and distention, mastitis, breast lumps. Functional Liver disorders, digestive irregularities, abdominal pain. Jaundice, hepatitis, gall stones. Emotional depression, inability to express anger, irritability, Liver-related insomnia. Chronic fatigue syndrome, allergic disorders and nervousness (neurasthenia) . Shao Yang patterns with alternating fever and chills, hypochondriac pain, nausea, headache and slight fever
Actions Spreads the Liver Qi and resolves depression, nourishes Blood, harmonizes the Liver and Spleen, supplements Spleen/Stomach and regulates Shao Yang patterns
Pattern Liver Qi depression, Liver Blood vacuity, Spleen Qi vacuity and disharmony of Chong and Ren Vessels
Tongue Pale red, thin white coat, swollen or reddish sides and tip
Pulse Wiry and thready
Branch Liver
Chinese name Xiao Yao San
English name Free and Easy Wanderer, 300 tabs


Free and Easy Wanderer is a master harmonizing formula designed to restore equilibrium between the Wood and Earth phases of the Five Phases (wu xing), and the Constructive (ying) and Defensive (wei) Qi. Its mastery lies in the elegant construction of the prescription which employs a combination of antagonistic yet harmonious ingredients: warm and cool, sour and sweet, bitter and pungent, plus supplementing. Because Free and Easy Wanderer regulates the shao Yang channels (Triple Burner/Gallbladder), it is very useful in treating a weakened immune system. It is extremely useful in treating long term allergic patterns where there is Liver Qi depression. It can be used to treat emotional/psychological problems related to the Ethereal Soul (hun) as well as a broad range of gynecological disorders.


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