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EF03 - Stress Ease

Original Name: Gan Mai Da Zao Wan / 甘麥大棗丸

Fu Xiao Mai (Semen Tritici Aestivi Levis)
Gan Cao (Radix et Rhizoma Glycyrrhizae)
Bai He (Bulbus Lilii)
He Huan Hua (Flos Albiziae)
Ye Jiao Teng (Caulis Polygoni Multiflori)
Da Zao (Fructus Jujubae)
Fu Ling (Poria)
Nourishes Yin, blood and Qi of the Heart and Spleen, spreads Liver Qi, harmonises the middle jiao, calms the shen, relieves spasms and acute conditions
Heart Yin, blood and Qi deficiency with Liver Qi stagnation

Key Symptoms and Signs for Use:
Anxiety, insomnia, absentmindedness
Irritability, restlessness
Melancholy, depression, moodiness
Sensitivity, tending to cry easily
Abnormal speech or behaviour
Low energy or tiredness
Poor appetite
Tongue: Slightly red body with
thin white or scanty coating
Pulse: Wiry, thin, rapid
Clinical application for reference:
Insomnia, sleepwalking
Anxiety, hysteria, mania, neurosis, neurasthenia, schizophrenia
Stop smoking support
Travel related anxiety
Yin deficiency in caregivers
Zang zao or restless organ disorder
Chorea or dyskinesia
Autonomic dystonia
Menopause, uterine cramping
Night-crying in infants
Gastric cramping
Coughing due to spasms of the trachea

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Dosage Form:
Dosage and Administration:
Taken orally, 8 pills twice a day
Package: Plastic security bottles, each containing 200 pills

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