FREE SHIPPING WHEN YOU SPEND $99+ | GET 20% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER USING CODE 20%OFF1ST AT CHECKOUT!! Shop now!

Shopping Cart

0

Your shopping bag is empty

Go to the shop

Kan Essentials Harmonize the Qi

$49.66

Forms & Size

Kan Essentials Harmonize the Qi  - TCVM Pet Supply

Kan Essentials Harmonize the Qi

Harmonize the Qi

Veterinary Authorization Required

ABOUT THE HERBS

Harmonize the Qi (Xiao Chai Hu Tang) addresses the complex patterns that are represented by an invasion that is half in the Exterior and half in the Interior. Cool and pungent Bupleurum root moves Yang energy upward and outward, while bitter cold Chinese skullcap root descends Yang inwards and downwards. This dual and seemingly self-defeating influence is typical in harmonizing formulas such as Harmonize the Qi. By normalizing Yang movement, regardless of how it is constrained, Harmonize the Qi has acquired its reputation of safety. Chinese red ginseng root and rhizome, Red jujube fruit and Chinese licorice root and rhizome address any Qideficiency that has occurred following the failure of Yang to return. Ginger cured Pinellia rhizome transforms any Phlegm obstructions of the Triple Burner that interfere with Yang movement. Ginger rhizome helps ginger cured Pinellia rhizome in this regard and harmonizes the Middle Burner of the body to direct rebellious Qi downward.

CHINESE HERBAL ACTIONS

Expels invasion of the Shao Yang level, promotes the smooth flow of Qi, normalizes Yang movement, tonifies Qi, transforms Phlegm.

PHYSICAL INDICATIONS

• Supports a healthy immune system.

• Occasional weakness, loss of balance.

• Supports healthy liver and pancreatic enzyme levels.

• Occasional nausea and possible vomiting.

• Occasional shortness of breath.

• Restlessness.

PULSE

Strong, toned and wiry.

TONGUE

Normal, possibly purplish.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

None.

INGREDIENTS

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Jiang ban xia

Ginger cured pinellia rhizome

Chai hu

Bupleurum root

Gan cao

Chinese licorice root and rhizome

Huang qin

Chinese skullcap root

Gan jiang

Ginger rhizome

Hong ren shen

Chinese red ginseng root and rhizome

Hong zao

Red jujube fruit

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Ask a Question
  • My 9 yr old shih tzu has been getting acupuncture for disc problems for almost two years along with an herbal joint supplement. Recently she was diagnosed with a torn ligament /muscle under her kneecap and her vet prescribed this product with continued weekly acupuncture. Is this helpful for healing ?I trust the vet completely but was wondering as everything I read does not indicate muscle healing

    Hi! Thank you for your question!

    Vets trained in TCVM who have examined the animal are the best ones to determine the right herbal formula since herbal use is so nuanced. This formula can help support the liver; in Chinese Medicine, the liver controls ligaments. That could be why the vet chose this formula. The formula also supports weakness and loss of balance.

    However, it's always good to confirm with your vet if you have any questions about how the herbal formula works in your pet's individual condition.

    Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!

  • My 14 year old dog has suddenly come down with Canine Vestibular Syndrome. Is this the right product for her? She does not have any underlying issues. Just an old dog. Loss of balance, head tilt and disoriented are her main symptoms. She is eating and drinking. Thank You

    Thank you for your email!

    Yes, it is the right product, and as long as your vet agrees. We also have a blog about it, here's the link: https://whiteoakvet.com/herbal-supplements-for-an-aging-dog-losing-balance/

    However, we require herbal authorization for all herbal purchases. To request authorization from your vet click here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization.

    Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!