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Kan Essentials Settle the Yang

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Kan Essentials Settle the Yang

Kan Essentials Settle the Yang

Settle the Yang 

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Settle the Yang (Chai Hu Jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang) has at its core Harmonize the Qi (Xiao Chai Hu Tang), which has a balanced effect on normalizing the movement of Yang energy in and out of the body core. It is used to restore circulation within the Triple Burner, and the movement back and forth of Yang energy by the Shao Yang layer of the body. Harmonize the Qi also directly supplements Qi that has been damaged from prolonged or severe Yin Yang separation. In Settle the Yang, herbs have been added that bring the focus of the formula strictly on Yang internalization. A failure of Yang energy to internalize properly, or to move outwards too exuberantly, seems more common in the spring and fall months. Stratification occurs, with Yang being trapped in the outer layers of the body and Yin consolidated in the interior. These herbs give the formula a more one-sided Yang internalizing effect. The heavy mineral elements of Dragon bone and Oyster shell sink Yang energy into the interior without depleting it. Chinese rhubarb rhizome and root purges Fire downwards and inwards while relieving agitation and anxiety. Poria is calming, and teams with Chinese cinnamon twig to mobilize fluids in the body and support normal urine production. Chinese cinnamon twig also helps expel any internalized Cold invasion back outwards through the Tai Yang layer.


Harmonizes the Shao Yang level, Anchors the Spirit promotes the flow of Yang Qi, strengthens Spleen Qi, subdues Yang, helps in regulating the relationship between the protective Qi in the Exterior and Nutritive Qi in the Interior.


• Occasional restlessness, agitation, anxiety.

• Occasional chaotic behavior.

• Occasional fullness and discomfort in the chest.

• Temporary fatigue.

• Supports lung and cardiovascular health.

• Heat intolerance.

• Increased thirst.


Toneless yet full.


Red, purple-red or dark red.




Pinyin Name

Common Name

Chai hu

Bupleurum root

Fu ling


Gui zhi

Chinese cinnamon twig

Huang qin

Chinese skullcap root

Hong ren shen

Chinese red ginseng root and rhizome

Jiang ban xia

Ginger cured pinellia rhizome

Da huang

Chinese rhubarb rhizome and root

Hong zao

Red jujube fruit

Long gu

Dragon bone

Duan mu li

Oyster shell

Gan jiang

Ginger rhizome


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