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Kan Essentials Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace

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Kan Essentials Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace

Kan Essentials Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace

Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace

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Blood and Qi Stagnation in the Lower Burner, Liver Qi Stagnation, Kidney Yang Deficiency


Dispel Stasis in the Lower Palace (Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang), a well known Blood-moving formula, relieves Blood stagnation and invigorates the Blood. This formula is excellent for addressing Blood stagnation, particularly of the lower body due to Cold from deficiency of Yang. This formula has the simultaneous advantage of warming Kidney Yang and moving Blood. Chinese cinnamon bark and Ginger rhizome warm the Yang of the Lower Burner, relieve stagnation and invigorate the Blood. Dong quai root tail, Chinese red peony root and Sichuan lovage rhizome work together to move Qi and Blood. Myrrh resin, Bulrush pollen, prepared Corydalis yanhusuo tuber and Fennel fruit are included to relieve Blood stasis.

For stasis above the diaphragm, choose Blood’s Palace (Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang) or Dispel Stasis in the Palace of Blood (Jia Wei Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang). For middle body Blood stasis, choose Dispel Stasis in the Middle Palace (Ge Xia Zhu Yu Tang).


Dispels Blood stasis in the Lower Burner, invigorates Blood and Qi, warms the Yang of the Lower Burner.


• Occasional hind limb weakness, lower back discomfort.

• Blood stasis accumulating in the lower abdomen.

• Cold intolerance, chilliness.

• Promotes assimilation of carbohydrates.

• Urinary incontinence.


Frequently weak and erratic, but may be more toned.


Often pale, lavender or purple.




Pinyin Name

Common Name

Dang gui wei

Dong quai root tail

Pu huang

Bulrush pollen

Zhi yan hu suo

Prepared corydalis yanhusuo tuber

Chi shao

Chinese red peony root

Chuan xiong

Sichuan lovage rhizome

Mo yao

Myrrh resin

Rou gui

Chinese cinnamon bark

Xiao hui xiang

Fennel fruit

Gan jiang

Ginger rhizome


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