Kan Essentials Dispel Stasis in the Palace of Blood

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Kan Essentials Dispel Stasis in the Palace of Blood 

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ABOUT THE HERBS

Dispel Stasis in the Palace of Blood (Jia Wei Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang) has similar indications to those of Blood’s Palace (Xue Fu Zhu Yu Tang). It is an augmented version of Blood’s Palace, with the addition of three Blood-moving herbs – Sparganium rhizome, vinegar prepared Zedoary rhizome and Turmeric root tuber. Animals will show symptoms of Blood Deficiency, Liver Qi stagnation and Blood stasis. Bupleurum root, Chinese red peony root, dry fried Bitter orange mature fruit and Chinese licorice root and rhizome constitute a sub-formula known as Four Cold Extremities Formula (Si Ni San), which is the quintessential Liver Qi-mover first recorded in The Discussion of Cold Febrile Disease, ca. 500 A.D. Dong quai root, raw Rehmannia root and Sichuan lovage rhizome are three of the four herbs in Four Substances (Si Wu Tang). Four Substances is considered the quintessential Blood tonic of Chinese Herbology, despite being developed relatively recently in The Golden Mirror of the Medical Tradition in 1742. Carthamus flower and dry fried peeled Peach seed further invigorate Blood. Platycodon root guides the formula up to the Upper Burner and Cyathula root mobilizes stagnant Blood downwards. Lastly, Sparganium rhizome, vinegar prepared Zedoary rhizome and Turmeric root tuber are added to further move Blood. Use of Dispel Stasis in the Palace of Blood is recommended when stronger Bloodmoving actions are required.

CHINESE HERBAL ACTIONS

Dispels Liver Qi stagnation and Blood stasis, opens channels, invigorates Blood.

PHYSICAL INDICATIONS

• Blood stasis accumulating in the chest and upper regions of the body.

• Occasional timidity, noise sensitivity, anxiety, territoriality.

• Lower limbs, ear tips, and paws that are cool to the touch.

• Occasional skin and eye dryness, mild to moderate itch.

• Occasional fatigue.

• Occasional cough.

• Supports healthy enzyme levels.

PULSE

Thin, tense or choppy.

TONGUE

Lavender or purple.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Avoid use during pregnancy or with Dampness symptoms.

INGREDIENTS

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Guang chao tao ren

Dry fried peeled peach seed

Dang gui shen

Dong quai root

Hong hua

Carthamus flower

Sheng di huang

Raw rehmannia root

Cu san leng

Vinegar prepared sparganium rhizome

Cu e zhu

Vinegar prepared zedoary rhizome

Yu jin

Turmeric root tuber

Chuan niu xi

Cyathula root

Chi shao

Chinese red peony root

Jie geng

Platycodon root

Chai hu

Bupleurum root

chao zhi ke

Dry fried bitter orange mature fruit

Chuan xiong

Sichuan lovage rhizome

Gan cao

Chinese licorice root and rhizome

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