What is in Po Chai Pills?


  • Polyporus (Fu-Ling) Sclerotium.
  • Southern Tsangshu (Cang_Zhu) Rhizome.
  • Patchouly (Huo-Xiang) herb.
  • Fragrant Angelica (Angelica anomala Lallem.) ( …
  • Kudzu (Ge-Gen) root.
  • Magnolia (Hou-Po) root bark.
  • Massa Fermentata (fermented mix of wheat flour, sweet annie aerial parts, cocklebur (xantium sibiricum part.

What is Xiao Yao Wan good for?

Xiao Yao San is a mixture of herbs and dried plants—including licorice, dong quai, and poria mushrooms—used in traditional Chinese medicine. It is used to treat a wide range of health conditions, including depression, anxiety, indigestion, constipation, pain, and menstrual problems.

Is Xiao Yao Wan the same as Xiao Yao San?

Xiao Yao Pian (Xiao Yao Wan, Xiao Yao San, EaseTonic™, 逍遥片) is a well-known ancient Chinese herbal medicine for Liver Qi stagnation. The herbal supplement helps support mood and manage stress due to the challenge of a daily life or premenstrual tension.

What is Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan used for?

Jia-wei-xiao-yao-san (JWXYS) is a traditional Chinese herbal medicine that is widely used to treat neuropsychological disorders.

What is Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan used for?

Xiao Chai Hu Tang (XCHT), a compound formula originally recorded in an ancient Chinese medical book Shanghanlun, has been used to treat chronic liver diseases for a long period of time in China.

Are Chinese herbal supplements safe?

Some Chinese herbal products have been contaminated with toxic compounds, heavy metals, pesticides, and microorganisms and may have serious side effects. Manufacturing errors, in which one herb is mistakenly replaced with another, also have resulted in serious complications.

How do you take Xiao Yao Wan?

5-8 pills 3 times daily with or before meals. Side Effects: Xiao Yao Wan has been safely used with few adverse effects.

What herbs are in Xiao Chai Hu Tang?

Xiao-Chai-Hu-Tang Herb: This particular herb, also known as Syo-saiko-to, is widely used for the treatment of chronic liver diseases and is thought to contain seven herbs (bupleurum root, pinellia tuber, jujube fruit, ginseng root, glycyrrhiza root, ginger rhizome, and scutellaria root).

How is Chai Hu prepared in Xiao Chai Hu Tang?

The Xiao-Chai-Hu-Tang extract was prepared by boiling 7 authenticated herbs in distilled water: 24.0g Bupleurum chinense root (Chai-Hu), 9.0g Pinellia ternata tuber (Ban-Xia), 9.0g Scutellaria baicalensis root (Huang-Qin), 9g Zizyphus jujube var.

What is GE Gen Tang Wan used for?

Ge Gen Tang induces sweating to release the exterior symptoms and dispel Wind-Cold. It is indicated for stiff neck, headache, muscle aches, alternating chills and fever, sneezing, cough, nasal congestion, runny nose. and no sweating. Ge Gen Tang Wan is made of 100% pure authentic Chinese herbs of highest qualities.

What is GE Gen good for?

Ge Gen is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to dispel heat, raise the spleen yang and generate fluids. Ge Gen may support digestion, benefit menopause and may help with alcohol dependence. It has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anitpyretic, diuretic and nervine effects.

What is Liu Wei Di Huang Wan good for?

Description. This traditional Chinese medicine helps increase the flow of the urine, replenish yin of the kidney. Used for deficiency of kidney yin marked by dizziness, tinnitus, aching and limpness of the loins and knees, consumptive fever, and night sweating.

What is Mu Gua?

Dried Papaya is also known as Chinese Quince Fruit or Mu Gua. It has a slightly sour taste, unlike the sweeter fresh papaya. The dried papaya is a great source of fibre and has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries.

What is ji xue teng?

Millettia is a type of climbing vine native to east Asia. The plant derives its Chinese name (“ji xue teng”) because of the color contained in its resin. The stems of the millettia vine contain a reddish-brown colored resin, similar to dried chicken’s blood. (“Ji” means chicken and “xue” means blood in Chinese.)