Brand: Sun Ten Formulas

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang 100 gm

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Sun Ten Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang 100 grams

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang, also known as Bupleurum and Cyperus Combination is a traditional Chinese formula used for symptoms caused by a constrained liver.

What Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang is Best For

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang is recommended for people with fever, stomachache, chills, and fatty lumps.

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang may be used for the following:

  • Chills-Slight
  • Fever
  • Premenstrual Symptoms
  • Stomachache
  • Supports normal gallbladder function
  • Supports normal menstruation
  • Fatty lumps

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang helps with these Chinese Medicine patterns

  • Liver Qi-Stagnant
  • Blood-Stagnant

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang History

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang translates as Bupleurum Powder to Spread the Liver was formulated approximately four hundred years ago as a popular variation of the classic formula Si Ni San. The formula’s name comes from the most important ingredient, chai hu, which spreads the liver in order to release its constraint. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, a constrained liver can trigger a variety of symptoms from pain to digestive issues.

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Ingredient Functions

Chai Hu: a root that relieves constraint, promotes energy flow, and alleviates depression

Xiang Fu: an herb that relieves abdominal pain and regulates the menstrual cycle

Chen Pi: tangerine peel regulates digestion and relieves nausea

Chuan Xiong: a root that circulates the blood, relieves headaches, and regulates menstruation

Zhi Ke: orange peel balances the digestion, relieving bloating

Bai Shao: peony root regulates the menstrual cycle and relieves painful spasms

Zhi Gan Cao: honey-fried licorice regulates digestion, relieves spasms, and balances formula

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Serving Size

2-4 grams, 2 times per day

Chai Hu Shu Gan Tang Ingredients

Concentrated powders of natural herbal products tend to absorb moisture from the air. Hence, it is necessary for the manufacturer to add a suitable amount of excipient to stabilize the concentrated herbal products. Non-GMO starch are used as excipients.

Bupleurum root (chai hu), Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit (chen pi),Chinese peony root without bark (bai shao),Sichuan lovage rhizome (chuan xiong),Bitter orange nearly mature fruit (zhi qiao),Cyperus rhizome (xiang fu),Chinese licorice root & rhizome (gan cao).