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Si Wu Tang 100 capsules from Sun Ten
Si Wu Tang (also known as "Tangkuei Four Combination") is a traditional Chinese herbal medicine that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions. It is used to treat a variety of conditions, including irregular menstruation, uterine bleeding, and postpartum bleeding.
There is some scientific evidence to support the use of Si Wu Tang for these purposes. One study found that when Si Wu Tang was used after delivery more than 10 times, it enhanced a women's bodily pain and mental health scores. Furthermore, general health and vitality improved in the group that used Si Wu Tang regularly for more than ten times.
Si Wu Tang is generally considered safe when taken orally or applied topically to the skin.
What health conditions can Si Wu Tang help treat?
Some of the more common conditions that Si Wu Tang is said to be effective in treating include:
This is a condition where there is a deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood. This can lead to fatigue, pale skin, and shortness of breath.
One of the primary benefits of Si Wu Tang is that it can help to reduce fatigue, both mental and physical. This makes it an ideal choice for those who are struggling with work or school stress, as well as for athletes who need a little extra energy to power through their training.
Si Wu Tang is traditionally used to tonify the blood, and it is thought to be particularly effective for treating blood deficiency. Blood deficiency can cause symptoms such as fatigue, pale skin, abdominal pain, and irregular periods.
Liver blood deficiency
This is the most common reason that people use Si Wu Tang. It is said to nourish the liver and blood, and to help with conditions such as anemia, irregular menstruation, and headaches.
Dampness and heat
Si Wu Tang is also said to be effective in clearing dampness and heat from the body. This can help with conditions such as fever, infection, and skin problems.
Si Wu Tang is sometimes taken as a sleep aid, due to its calming and relaxant effects. If you are struggling with insomnia, this herbal remedy may be able to help you get the rest you need.
Si Wu Tang is also said to be effective in treating migraines and headaches. This herbal remedy can help to relieve pain and tension, making it easier to manage your symptoms.
Si Wu Tang is also said to be effective in treating sore throats. If you have a sore throat that is accompanied by fever, Si Wu Tang can help to reduce the fever and ease the pain.
Si Wu Tang is believed to be effective in alleviating pain associated with menstrual cramps.
Si Wu Tang is often used to help stop postpartum bleeding and to promote the health of the mother and child.
Si Wu Tang is said to be effective in treating endometriosis by reducing inflammation and promoting blood circulation.
Si Wu Tang is said to be effective in treating PMS by helping to regulate hormones and reduce stress.
Si Wu Tang is believed to help expel retained lochia, reduce postpartum swelling and bruising, invigorate blood circulation and relieve pain.
Liver Qi stagnation
This traditional Chinese medicinal soup is made with four herbs: red dates, goji berries, dong quai, and white peony root. These ingredients work together to improve liver function and circulation. Sometimes Si Wu Tang is prescribed by traditional chinese medicine practitioners to treat blood stagnation as well.
Other issues that this traditional chinese medicine can help treat or support include:
- Pale complexion
- Intermittent fever
- Lower limb cramping
- Supports normal menstruation
- Postpartum blood stasis
- Dry, brittle nails
- Dry skin
There is some evidence that si wu tang can help to treat kidney yin deficiency. However, more research is needed in order to confirm this.
It's not recommended for treating acute, severe blood loss or other problems of blood deficiency that include severe weakness and labored breathing.
What are the benefits of taking Si Wu Tang?
Some of the potential benefits associated with taking Si Wu Tang include:
- Boosting energy levels and improving fatigue
- Regulating the menstrual cycle and easing menstrual cramps
- Reducing postpartum bleeding
- Supporting uterine health
- Soothing a sore throat
- Improving insomnia
- Enhancing blood circulation
- Supporting liver health
- Detoxifying the body
What are the herbs in Si Wu Tang?
There are four herbs in the traditional Chinese herbal medicine si wu tang, these are:
Dang gui (Angelica sinensis)
This herb is the main ingredient in si wu tang and is considered to be the "queen of Chinese herbs" due to its wide range of medicinal benefits.
Bai shao (Paeonia lactiflora)
This herb has a sweet and slightly bitter taste and is used in si wu tang to harmonize the other ingredients and alleviate menstrual cramps.
Chuan xiong (Ligusticum chuanxiong)
This herb has a pungent and slightly sweet taste and is used in si wu tang to stimulate blood circulation.
Shu di huang (Rehmannia glutinosa)
This herb has a sweet taste and is used in si wu tang as a tonic for the kidneys and liver.
The above herbs are all considered to be safe for most people when used in moderate amounts.
Does Si Wu Tang have any side effects?
Some side effects that have been reported while taking Si Wu Tang include:
- Stomach cramps
If you experience any adverse effects, please discontinue use and consult your healthcare provider.
What is Si Wu Tang used for in dogs?
Si Wu Tang is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of conditions. In dogs, it is commonly used as an immune system booster, and to treat allergies, skin problems, and digestive issues.
Si Wu Tang Serving Information
Take 2-4 capsules, two to three times a day.
About the manufacturer, Sun Ten
Sun Ten is an international company that provides high quality, herbal products. The company uses water extraction techniques to decoct most of its herbal formulas – a method that does not change the intended medicinal qualities of the selected herbs.
SUN TEN follows all traditional Chinese herbal preparation techniques by the book to ensure its products always deliver the desired medicinal effect.
The company has received various certifications, such as GMP compliant dietary supplement manufacturer, NSF International Certification, PIC/s GMP Certification from Australia Therapeutic Goods Administration, Accredited Foreign Manufacturer certification (Japan), Import Drug License certification (Malaysian Drug Control Administration), and Taiwan GMP certification.
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