Brand: Kan Traditionals

Peaceful Shen 300 tablets

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Peaceful Shen, 300 tablets

Unit Size300
DosageAdult Dose: 2- 30 drops, 2 - 3 times daily
ContraindicationsContraindicated in Yin or Blood deficiency Spirit (Shen) disturbances. Use with caution during pregnancy.
Chinese SymptomologyDisturbed Shen, Stomach and Gallbladder Heat, Phlegm accumulation
Western SymptomologyFocal distension of the chest, feelings of oppression in the chest and epigastrium; phlegm in the chest; poor digestion, distension in the abdomen with slight nausea and possible vomiting; palpitations, fatigue, insomnia, dizziness, vertigo; irritability, restlessness, depression, anxiety
ActionsClears Heat, regulates Qi, transforms Phlegm, directs Rebellious Qi downwards, harmonizes the Middle Burner, calms the Spirit
PatternPhlegm Heat creating disharmony between Stomach and Gallbladder; Heart and Gallbladder deficiency
TongueSwollen red or normal, with yellow coating, swollen, Stomach or Stomach-Heart crack (lined with yellow coating)
PulseRapid, slippery or wiry
RecommendationsTo evaporate alcohol, place drops in hot water
Chinese nameShi Wei Wen Dan Tang
English namePeaceful Shen


Peaceful Shen eases disharmony between the Gallbladder and Stomach, presenting with an accumulation of Phlegm Heat. It transforms Phlegm and calms the Heart, and is particularly helpful for disturbances of Spirit due to Heart and Gallbladder deficiency. Phlegm Heat in the Stomach creates a sensation of constraint, nausea, poor digestion, and a possible sensation of " gnawing hunger." As Phlegm Heat rises in the body, affecting the Heart, one may experience palpitations, dizziness, vertigo, vomiting, insomnia, anxiety, and irritability. The Mind, agitated by Phlegm, becomes restless, possibly manifesting as alternating manic and depressive behavior. This formula is appropriate for Spirit (Shen) disturbances as well as Stomach and Gallbladder Heat, and Phlegm accumulation. Peaceful Shen resolves and drains Phlegm Heat, restores the natural flow of Qi, and harmonizes the interactions of the Stomach and Gallbladder, while tonifying the Gallbladder and Heart, and reduces anxiety, palpitations, and irritability. (Kan Herb Company) *


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Water: 55% to 60% by volume

Alcohol: 18% to 22% by volume