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Xiao Yao Wan: The Chinese Solution for Stress, Anxiety, and Mood Imbalances

Are you struggling with stress, anxiety, or mood imbalances? Xiao Yao Wan, also known as "Free and Easy Wanderer," is here to help, drawing from the wisdom of ancient Chinese medicine.


Key Functions:

  • Harmonises the Liver Qi
  • Nurtures the Spleen
  • Promotes emotional stability
  • Eases feelings of frustration and irritability


The Benefits of Xiao Yao Wan: Xiao Yao Wan is a time-honored formula renowned for its ability to alleviate stress, anxiety, and mood imbalances. By harmonising the Liver Qi and nurturing the Spleen, Xiao Yao Wan promotes emotional stability, easing feelings of frustration and irritability.


Why Choose Xiao Yao Wan? Our Xiao Yao Wan is made from high-quality, all-natural herbs, carefully selected and blended to create a powerful and effective formula. With a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xiao Yao Wan has been trusted by countless individuals to help them improve their mental and emotional well-being and maintain a balanced, harmonious body.


Versatile and Effective: Xiao Yao Wan is used as a natural remedy for many conditions, such as depression and stress management, as well as other indications of liver stagnation like premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It is also a typically used remedy for anxiety, irritability, stress, and depression caused by the challenge of a hectic life or premenstrual syndrome.


Stagnant liver qi is said to affect the blood and contribute to stress/mood swings, pain, irritability, constipation, abdominal pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and irregular menstrual periods.


Order Xiao Yao Wan Today Take the first step toward unlocking the power of Chinese medicine for stress, anxiety, and mood imbalances. With Xiao Yao Wan, you can find the natural, effective solution you've been searching for.


Dosage: To be taken orally with warm water, 5g per time, 2 times per day.

Xiao Yao Wan / 逍遥丸 / Stress & Mood swings

  • Bupleurum (chai hu)
  • Dong quai (dang gui)
  • White peony root (bai shao)
  • White atractylodes (bai zhu)
  • Poria (fu ling)
  • Peppermint (bo he)
  • Licorice root (zhi gan cao)
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