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Sun Ten Formulas Niu Che Shen Qi Wan 100 capsules
What Niu Che Shen Qi Wan is Best For
Niu Che Shen Qi Wan History
Niu Che Shen Qi Wan translates as Achyranthes and Plantago Formula is a 13th century variation of the popular 2000 year old Jin Gui Shen Qi Wan. The name of the formula comes from the two additional herbs, niu xi and che quan zi, included. These herbs produce a stronger effect on water regulation and edema.
Warms and supplements kidneys and promotes water metabolism.
It is used for conformations which are similar to, but with more severe water retention than, the conformation of Rehmannia Eight Formula with marked edema and characteristic weakness of spleen and kidneys, swollen and distended abdomen,excessive phlegm, watery and yellowish stools, and thirst.
- Water retention
- Low back pain
- Stools-Yellowish and watery
- Abdomen distention
Niu Che Shen Qi Wan Ingredient Functions
Shu Di Huang: an anti-aging herb that also relieves anemic symptoms
Shan Yao: Chinese yam boosts energy and helps with digestive and urinary conditions
Shan Zhu Yu: a fruit that regulates menstrual cycle and stops abnormal fluid leakage
Fu Ling: a sweet herb that balances the digestive system and promotes mental tranquility
Mu Dan Pi: a type of bark that clears internal heat and improves blood circulation
Ze Xie: an herb that relieves painful urination, stops diarrhea, and reduces dizziness
Niu Xi: an herb that regulates menstruation and relieves lower back pain
Che Qian Zi: a sweet seed that promotes healthy urination, which lowers blood pressure
Fu Zi: a potent herb that strongly heats the body and relieves pain
Gui Zhi: a twig that improves blood circulation and supports proper flow of blood and fluids
Rou Gui: cinnamon bark boosts energy, warms the body, and relieves pain
Niu Che Shen Qi Wan Serving Size
2 capsules, 2 times per day
Niu Che Shen Qi Wan 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.
Radix Rehmanniae praeparata (shu di huang), Poria (fu ling), Fructus Corni (shan zhu yu), Rhizoma Dioscoreae (shan yao), Cortex Moutan (mu dan pi), Rhizoma Alismatis (ze xie), Radix Achyranthis bidentatae (huai niu xi), Semen Plantaginis (che qian zi), Radix Aconiti Lateralis praeparata(pao fu zi), Cortex Cinnamomi (rou gui).