Rejuvenates Qi and Blood
Many women suffer from a lack of energy, or qi, on a regular basis relating to their menstrual cycles. Nu Ke Ba Zhen Wan, also known as “Women’s Precious ” or “Eight Treasure “, is a unique Chinese herbal formula created especially for women to help bring back qi, boost energy and restore vitality. It’s especially helpful for women feeling run-down from menstruation, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and recent childbirth.
Nu Ke Ba Zhen Wan is referred to as “Women’s Precious ” due to its longstanding reputation as an effective herbal formula created just for women. Millions of Chinese women have used this ancient herbal formula regularly to tonify the blood and replenish qi/energy. These “precious caps” are now being discovered by western women as an effective herbal supplement.
Derived from a 13th century formula, this remedy is a combination of two other classic formulas; one is a qi tonic, the other, a blood tonic. The base formula to strengthen qi is known as Four Gentlemen (Si Jun Zi Tang) and comprises ginseng (ren shen), Atractylodes (bai zhu), Poria (fu ling), and honey-fried licorice (zhi gan cao). (Frequently, Codonopsis [dang shen] replaces ginseng as a cheaper, less heating alternative.) The base formula to tonify blood is known as Four Substances (Si Wu Tang); it contains prepared Rehmannia (shu di huang), Angelica sinensis (dang gui), Paeonia root (bai shao), and Ligusticum (chuan xiong).
The combination of these two classics in this remedy makes it appropriate for a generalized deficiency of both qi and blood, so it is especially useful for women because of their monthly loss of blood during menstruation. It should be taken only after bleeding has subsided, not during the menstrual period.
Symptoms of deficiency of qi and blood include fatigue, pale face, dizziness, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, and poor appetite. Other signs include irregular menstruation, painful menstruation, slight or no menstrual flow, and weakness during pregnancy or the postpartum period. Clinical research on this formula in China demonstrated that this combination of herbs normalizes the blood count in cases of acute anemia.
Nu Ke Ba Zhen Wan (Ba Zhen Wan, Women’s Precious Pills) was first described in the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368AD) text Rui Zhu Tang Pharmacy’s Formulas from Experience.
[ Directions ]
For adult,, 8 pills, 3 times daily, to be taken with warm water. Side effects not known.
[ Ingredients ]
1. Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae 45.45mg
2. Rhizoma Atractylodes Macrocephalae 45.45mg
3. Poria 45.45mg
4. Radix Glycyrrhizae 22.72mg
5. Radix Angelicae Sinensis 68.18mg
6. Rhizoma Paeoniae Alba 45.45mg
7. Radix Rehmanniae Preparata 68.18mg
To replanish qi qne blood, used for deficiency of qi anaad blood. Sallow complexion and myasthenia of limbs.
[ Contraindications ]
Inadvisable to use common cold medicines while using it. Use with care by pregnant women and persons coughing with profuse sputnum, abdominal distension, dyspepsia and loose stools.