Brand: Kan Traditionals

Release Restraint 60 tablets

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Product Description

Release Restraint, 60 tablets

Unit Size 60
Potency 7:1
Properties Supports a healthy digestive system; Supports healthy blood circulation; Supports a healthy gastrointestinal system
Contraindications Not intended for stagnation due to Deficiency.
Chinese Symptomology Occasional depression; Occasional irritability or anger; Occasional heaviness; Occasional discomfort in the abdomen or flank region
Actions Regulates Qi, eliminates stagnation, addresses the 'Six Stagnations', including stagnation of Qi, Blood, Food, Heat, Dampness and Phlegm
Pattern Liver Qi stagnation with the 'Six stagnations', including stagnation of Qi, Blood, Food, Heat, Dampness and Phlegm
Tongue Variable depending on which type of stagnation is prominent
Pulse Wiry and strong, possibly rapid
Chinese name Yue Ju Wan
English name Release Restraint


Release Restraint is intended to ease the sense of " restraint" caused by stagnation of Qi in the body. The Liver, responsible for the smooth flow of Qi, can easily become constrained by emotional upset, poor dietary habits, or exposure to extreme elements. The loss of the smooth flow of Liver Qi in the body starts a cascade effect, wreaking havoc on numerous organ and meridian systems, negatively affecting the vital substances, such as Blood. While the " restraint" this formula treats is primarily Qi stagnation, it also treats the various types of stagnation that develop as a result of lingering, untreated Qi stagnation, including Blood or Heat stasis, and the stagnation of Phlegm, Damp, and Food. Whichever the disharmony, the hallmark symptom for this formula is pain. *(Kan Herb Company)


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