Kan Essentials Sublime Joint Formula

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Kan Essentials Sublime Joint Formula

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ABOUT THE HERBS

Sublime Joint Formula (Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin) is inspired by Sublime Formula for Sustaining Life, first described over 500 years ago by Bi Li-Zhai in Revised Formulas for Women. Sublime Joint Formula is designed to expel invasion in the channels, causing Qi or Blood stasis in the superficial layers of the body. Prolonged stasis generates Heat that contributes to the transformation of the trapped invasion into Phlegm Fire. The formula serves to transform Phlegm obstructions and expel Wind while simultaneously clearing Heat. Dong quai root tail, Frankincense resin and Myrrh resin move the Blood. Trichosanthes root and Honeysuckle flower clear Heat and transform Phlegm. Fragrant angelica root assists in dispersing clumping accumulations. Gleditsia spine dispels Phlegm Fire and opens the channels. Dong quai root tail, Chinese red peony root, Frankincense resin and Myrrh resin move Blood obstructed by Damp Heat and alleviate stagnation. Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit moves Qi stagnating from Phlegm accumulation.

CHINESE HERBAL ACTIONS

Expels Phlegm Fire invasions that invade the channels causing Qi or Blood stasis, clears Fire that is accumulating in the Qi and Blood layers.

PHYSICAL INDICATIONS

• Occasional joint pain, worse in hot and damp/humid weather, worse with rest and overuse, improves at least briefly with gentle movement.

• Heat intolerance, heat lodged in joints and skin.

• Hot, limping, overweight pet.

PULSE

Forceful.

TONGUE

It has a red underside.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Avoid using during pregnancy and with Qi- and Blood-deficient animals.

INGREDIENTS

Pinyin Name

Common Name

Zhe bei mu

Zhejiang fritillary bulb

Dang gui wei

Dong quai root tail

Bai zhi

Fragrant angelica root

Chi shao

Chinese red peony root

Mo yao

Myrrh resin

Ru xiang

Frankincense resin

Tian hua fen

Trichosanthes root

Zao jiao ci

Gleditsia spine

Chen pi

Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit

Fang feng

Siler root

Gan cao

Chinese licorice root and rhizome

Jin yin hua

Honeysuckle flower

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