Free the Sinews (Yi Yi Ren Tang)

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Free the Sinews (Yi Yi Ren Tang)

ABOUT THE HERBS

The primary purpose of Free the Sinews(Yi Yi Ren Tang) is to disperse Dampness with a gentle emphasis on Spleen and Kidney Qi tonification. Chinese cinnamon twig and White peony root release the Tai Yang and expel invading Wind Damp. White peony root supports the actions of Dong quai root in moving Blood. Chinese cinnamon twig boosts peripheral circulation. Pubescent angelica root helps in alleviating back and neck stagnation. Job’s tears seed has an important dual effect in this formula. The predisposition of the animal to Damp invasion comes from internal Damp accumulation due to faulty Spleen function. Job’s tears seed is used here to leech accumulated Damp out of the body via the urinary tract while providing mild Spleen support; and when used in tandem with warm pungent herbs like Chinese cinnamon twig, it helps expel Wind Damp from the Exterior. Cang-zhu atractylodes rhizome serves to expel Wind Cold Damp from the joints, as well as from the Spleen itself. Lastly, Dong quai root in tandem with White peony root moves the Blood. It also tonifies Blood where it is lacking due to Spleen deficiency. Chinese licorice root and rhizome tonifies Spleen and Stomach while harmonizing the formula as a whole.

CHINESE HERBAL ACTIONS

Releases the Tai Yang to expel Wind and Dampness, invigorates and moves Blood, gently tonifies Spleen and Kidney Qi.

PHYSICAL INDICATIONS

Occasional back spasm.

• Occasional discomfort in joints that gets better with continued gentle movement, worse with cold, damp weather.

• Dry hair coat and skin.

• Occasional fatigue, nervousness and occasional loss of appetite.

PULSE

Forceless.

TONGUE

Reddish, variable.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

None.

INGREDIENTS

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Yi yi ren

Job's tears seed

Cang zhu

Cang-zhu atractylodes rhizome

Dang gui shen

Dong quai root

Gui zhi

Chinese cinnamon twig

Bai shao

White peony root

Du huo

Pubescent angelica root

Gan cao

Chinese licorice root and rhizome

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