Sun Ten Formulas
Sun Ten Formulas Run Chang Tang 100 capsules
What Run Chang Tang is Best For
Run Chang Tang may be used for the following:
- Clears heat
- Moistens intestines
- Promotes bowel movements.
Run Chang Tang History
Run Chang Tang translates as Moisten the Intestines Pill was originally formulated in the 13th century by Chinese physician Li Gao. He lived during the Genghis Khan invasions, a time of war where food shortages were common and people survived on rotting food and even human flesh. So Li Gao became founder of the school of supplementing earth, which was an innovative concept of regulating the digestive system in order to treat disease instead of just focusing on expelling pathogens. Run Chang Tang was one of the formulas recorded in Li Gao’s book on balancing the digestion. The formula went through a moderate revision over the centuries to make it into the effective constipation formula we use today.
Constipation, especially in the elderly marked by dry skin, hard abdominal wall or lax abdomen with hard stools resembling rabit excrement. The formula can be used for a long time without producing side effects.
- Constipation in the elderly
- Habitual constipation
- Supports normal arterial function
Run Chang Tang Ingredient Functions
Gua Lou: a fruit that moistens dry stool and clears internal heat
Zhi Ke: orange peel helps regulate the digestive system
Bai Zi Ren: a seed that reduces anxiety, improves memory, and promotes restful sleep
Huo Ma Ren: hemp seed acts as a laxative to relieve constipation
Dang Gui: angelica root promotes blood production and stimulates blood circulation
Sang Shen: mulberry fruit moistens the intestines to relieve constipation
Da Huang: rhubarb root acts as a strong laxative in order to expel impacted stool
Tao Ren: an herb that strongly promotes blood circulation and relieves pain
He Shou Wu: a root that moistens the intestines, helps build the blood, and boosts energy
Run Chang Tang Serving Size
2-4 capsules, two to three times per day
Run Chang 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.
Tang-kuei root (dang gui), Cooked rehmannia root (shu di huang), Raw rehmannia root (sheng di huang), Scute root (huang qin), Linum seed (ma zi ren), Apricot seed (xing ren), Peach kernel (tao ren), Bitter orange fruit (zhi shi), Magnolia bark (hou pu), Chinese rhubarb root (da huang), Chinese licorice root (gan cao).