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Evergreen Classic Formulas
Zhi Gan Cao Tang may be used for the following:
Zhi Gan Cao Tang helps with these Chinese Medicine patterns
Zhi Gan Cao Tang translates as Honey-Fried Licorice Decoction is an ancient formula that can be traced back over 2000 years. Historically, this formula was also named Restore the Pulse Decoction because it had the amazing ability to treat an irregular heartbeat and restore a normal rhythm to the pulse. Interestingly enough, this formula was also used for anxiety and heartbreak. Over the centuries, prominent Chinese herbalists found additional uses for Zhi Gan Cao Tang from treating lung disorders to numbness and tingling. Today, this formula is most commonly used to support lung health and stop cough.
Zhi Gan Cao: honey-fried licorice helps boost energy, relieves spasms, and balances formula
Ren Shen: ginseng is best known for boosting energy
Da Zao: jujube boosts energy, regulates emotions, and harmonizes the formula
Sheng Di Huang: a root that clears internal heat and relieves dryness
Mai Dong: an herb that generates fluids, resolving dryness, and benefits the lung
E Jiao: an herb that relieves anemic symptoms and stops bleeding
Huo Ma Ren: hemp seed acts as a laxative to relieve constipation
Sheng Jiang: fresh ginger eases morning sickness and regulates stomach
Gui Zhi: a twig that improves blood circulation and supports proper flow of blood and fluids
2-4 capsules, two times per day
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 (sheng di huang), Radix Glycyrrhizae praeparata cum melle(zhi gan cao), Fructus Cannabis (huo ma ren), Fructus Jujubae (da zao), Rhizoma Zingiberis recens (sheng jiang), Ramulus Cinnamomi (gui zhi), Radix Ophiopogonis (mai men dong), Radix Ginseng (ren shen), Colla Corii Asini (e jiao).