Pinyin Name: Dang Gui Shao Yao San
Chinese diagnosis: Liver Blood Deficiency, Spleen Qi Deficiency, Qi and Blood Stasis, Damp Accumulation
Functions: Tonifies and moves Blood, moves Qi, tonifies Spleen, drains Dampness.
- Occasional mild itch and dry skin; fine, white, powdery dander.
- Occasional loose stools.
- Occasional vomiting, reduced appetite with possible weight gain.
- Occasional irritability, lethary, fatigue, depression.
- Promotes healthy liver function.
- Supports a healthy urinary system.
- Occasional frequent urination.
Tongue: Often pale and lavender, can also be swollen, wet or frothy.
Bai Shao - White peony root
Ze Xie - Asian water plantain rhizome
Bai Zhu - White atractylodees rhizome
Fu ling - Poria
Chuan Xiong - Sichuan lovage rhizome
Dang Gui shen - Dong quai root