Poria & Peony Combo Extract
(Shu Gan Wan)
Packing: one bottle contains 200 concentrated pills
Manufactured by Lanzhou Traditional Herbs, China
This is patent herbal remedy based on the recipe Shu Gan Wan (Liver-Soothing Pill) in the Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China, which is primarily used for removing stagnancy of liver qi manifested by depression, pain and full sensation over the hypochondriac and epigastric region, eructation and acid regurgitation.
Chinese Peony (root)
Chinese amomum (fruit)
Tangerine (dried rind of mature fruit)
Round cardomom (fruit)
Corydolis yanhusuo (tuber)
Actions: Disperses the stagnated liver-qi for regulating the stomach, regulates qi to relieve pain.
Main indications: Use for the stagnation of qi due to depression of the liver, fullness and distention in the chest and hypochondrium, stomachache, gastric upset and vomiting, eructation and acid regurgitation. It is applicable to hepatitis, gastritis, gastro-duodenal ulcer and hysteria, which pertain to the stagnation of the liver-qi. It may help digestion, removing food stagnancy and keeping fit.*
Directions: Take 6 pills each time, 3 times a day.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
汉语拼音：shu gan wan
舒肝丸处方来源于《中国药典》 。 舒肝丸用于肝气郁结横逆犯胃(是肝气郁结的较重表现)。