Brand: Kan Traditionals

White Tiger 1 ounce

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White Tiger, 1 oz

Unit Size1
ContraindicationsFever due to Spleen/Stomach deficiency, true Cold and false Heat. Not for long term use.
Chinese SymptomologyHeat-type pathogen invasion, aversion to Heat without chills, Heat blazing upwards signs
Western SymptomologyHigh fever, profuse sweating, strong thirst, irritability, red face, a feeling of constraint in the chest; palpitations and generalized weakness; excessive urination or incontinence; vertex or frontal headache, toothache, bleeding gums or nose
ActionsClears Qi level Heat, drains Stomach Fire, generates fluids, alleviates thirst and benefits the Qi, allays thirst, eliminates vexation
PatternQi Level Heat (in the Four Levels diagnostic system) or Yang Ming stage Heat (in the Six Stages system), acute Exterior illness with underlying Yin deficiency
TonguePink to red, with a dry, yellow coat
PulseFlooding and rapid
Chinese nameBai Hu Jia Ren Shen Tang
English nameWhite Tiger, 1 oz


White Tiger strongly clears Qi level Heat and Fire blazing in the Yang Brightness channel. Kan's modification of White Tiger lessens the harsh effects of Gypsum, and offers added support by nourishing Yin and Qi, making this formula gentler and safer than the original. When a robust pathogenic factor invades the Yang Brightness level, a great battle begins, characterized by the " four bigs:" big heat (fever), big sweat, big thirst, and a big pulse. These symptoms indicate that the patient has sustained an invasion by an Exterior pathogen that is generating a significant amount of Heat, which is damaging the Yin. Yin deficient constitutions are more susceptible to an invading Heat-type pathogen. There may be accompanying signs of insomnia, Fire-Palms Heat, and a dry throat as well as dry cough," burning up," tiredness, sweating, irritability, and an inability to drink enough fluid to quench thirst. (Kan Herb Company)


Sheng shi gao (Gypsum); Zhi mu (Anemarrhea rhizome); Shan yao (Chinese yam rhizome); Xi yang shen (whole) (American ginseng root); Zhi gan cao (Chinese licorice root (honey fried) )