Kan Essentials Quick River

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Quick River 

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Quick River (Xiao Huo Luo Dan) addresses obstruction of the channels and collaterals by Wind Cold Damp, Blood stasis and Phlegm. The alternate name for this formula, Invigorate the Collaterals (Xiao Huo Luo Dan), refers to the Blood-moving effect of Quick River, conferred by its content of Myrrh resin and Frankincense resin. Frankincense resin contains boswellic acids to relieve stagnation and move the Blood. Turmeric rhizome moves Blood and dispels stasis. Processed Sichuan aconite main root strongly warms the channels. The formula is also designed to purge channels and vessels obstructed by Phlegm, allowing Blood to once again flow freely. Prepared Chinese arisaema rhizome relieves obstructions by dissolving Phlegm


Quickens the Blood and dispels stasis, opens the Collaterals, relieves occasional pain, dispels Phlegm.


• Occasional pain, weakness and numbness, especially in the lower extremities, bones and joints.

• Worse from cold contact or cold weather exposure.

• Worse with initial movement and better with gentle sustained motion and warmth.


Strong, toned and wiry.


Has a purplish hue with occasional frothy saliva.


Avoid use during pregnancy and in animals with symptoms of Heat or Dryness from Blood or Yin deficiency


Pinyin Name

Common Name

Zhi chuan wu

Processed Sichuan aconite main root

Jiang huang

Turmeric rhizome

Mo yao

Myrrh resin

Ru xiang

Frankinsense resin

Zhi tian nan xing

Prepared Chinese arisaema rhizome


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  • My dog has been taking this for about a month now and seems to be urinating more frequently. Is that a side effect.....should i stop giving them to her?

    Thank you for your question! Increased frequency of urination is not an expected side effect of herbal formulas. Please check with your vet to see what they think could be causing it and to see what they recommend. We recommend taking the herbal formula for as long as your vet recommends, and only stopping the herbal with your vet's advice. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!