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Tang-kuei & Evodia Combination Capsules

Wen Jing Tang | 溫經湯
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SKU 830B

Ingredients: Ophiopogon root trber (mai men dong), Pinellia rhizome (zhi ban xia), Dong quai root (dang gui), Evodia unripe fruit (wu zhu yu), Chinese peony root without bark (bai shao), Sichuan lovage rhizome (chuan xiong), Cassia twig (gui zhi), Donkey-hide gelatin (e jiao), Treepeony root bark (mu dan pi), Asiann ginseng root (ren shen), Ginger fresh rhizome (sheng jiang), Chinese licorice root & rhizome (gan cao).

Mandarin: 溫經湯
Pin-Yin: Wen Jing Tang
English: Tang-kuei & Evodia Combination
Romaji: Unkei To
Kanji: 温経湯
Kampo: Yes

 

Source:

  • Essentials from the Golden Cabinet (Jin Gui Lao Yue)

How it works:

  • Warms the meridians
  • Dispels cold
  • Tonifies blood
  • Promotes blood circulation
  • Helps regulate menstruation

 

Clinical Applications:

  • Deficiency of Chong and Ren meridians
  • Blood stagnation
  • Irregular menstruation
  • Cold lower back

This formula was published in Jingui Yaolue by one of the most renowned physicians of the late Han dynasty, Zhang Zhongjing. Wen Jing Tang is an herbal formula used to treat cold, stagnant blood, and irregular menstrual qi by warming the meridians, tonifying the blood, dispelling cold, and promoting both blood and qi circulation.

English Name

Pin-Yin Name

Ophiopogon

Mai Men Dong

Evodia

Wu Zhu Yu

Pinellia Rhizome

Zhi Ban Xia

Angelica Root

Dang Gui

Ligusticum

Chuan Xiong

White Peony

Bai Shao

Ginseng

Hong Shen

Cinnamon Twigs

Gui Zhi

Gelatin

E Jiao

Moutan

Mu Dan Pi

Fresh Ginger

Sheng Jiang

Licorice

Gan Cao

 

Main Ingredient(s):

In this formula, Tang-kuei (Angelica) disperses cold, regulates menstruation, and invigorates the blood while Evodia warms the middle jiao, expels damp-cold, enhances qi circulation, and disperses cold.

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