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  • Enriches Kidney and Liver Yin
  • Spreads Liver Qi

 

This formula was designed to treat qi stagnation of the liver that is secondary to yin deficiency. The common signs and symptoms include acid reflux, gastric ulcers, and pain in the flanks or chest. These will be accompanied by signs of yin deficiency or dryness, such as dry mouth or thirst, a red, dry tongue, a thin or deficient pulse or heat in “the five palms” (palms of the hands, soles of the feet, and chest). 

Yi guan jian tea granules / The Liver Reinforcing Decoction /一贯煎颗粒

€40.00Price
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