Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills
Headaches [tension, stress, top of head or temple area] Dizziness Neck and shoulder tension Jaw tension or clenched teeth Costal pain that is sharp and stabbing in natuure [rib or back area] Bloating, nausea and distension Anger, anxiety and emotional outburst and/or depression Mood swings Cold hands and feet [regulate circulation] Irregular bowel habits Stiff or Inflamed Joints and Muscles Fatigue More details...
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Xiao Yao Wan or Free and Easy Wanderer is one of the most famous herbal formulas available to help regulate your Liver, Gallbladder and Spleen Organ Systems bringing about a balanced feeling of emotional and physical harmony when taken on a regular basis. It can help with the common pattern of Liver Qi Stagnation with Blood Deficiency and Spleen Qi Deficiency. This pattern can be attributed to the old saying goes: "The Liver is the culprit of 100 diseases".
With this in mind, there are many Traditional Chinese Medicinal patterns that can be related back to the Liver, Gallbladder and Spleen Organ Systems being out of harmony, and in return, creating both sudden and ongoing disharmonies. This amazing formula can help remedy these disharmonies by promoting a healthy and relaxed interaction between the Liver, Gallbladder and Spleen Organ Systems.
The Liver and Spleen Organ Systems can be associated with a plethora of disharmonies such as: emotional outburst or anxiety, cold hands/feet, PMS, migraines, weak digestion/bloating, menstrual irregularities, stomach/back/rib pain [from Blood/Liver stagnation], loss of appetite, low energy, eye problems, irregular elimination, decreased flexibility, headaches and neck and back tension just to list a few.
Xiao Yao Wan or Free and Easy Wanderer Teapillsis an excellent formula to be taken for a week or two each month prior to a menstrual cycle with any irregularities as mentioned above. In many circumstances it would be a good idea to follow up with a post-menstrual tonic such as 4 Substances For Women Teapills, Gui Pi Wan, Seven Treasures For Hair Teapills, Abundant Health Formula [raw recipe to be cooked], Blood and Qi Formula [raw recipe to be cooked], Beautiful Skin And Hair Instant Tea and Rehmannia and Ginseng Instant Tea.
Chinese Medicine Listing
Chinese Medicine Disharmony Listing Associated with Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills
- Headaches [tension, stress, top of head or temple area]
- Neck and shoulder tension
- Jaw tension or clenched teeth
- Costal pain that is sharp and stabbing in natuure [rib or back area]
- Bloating, nausea and distension
- Anger, anxiety and emotional outburst and/or depression
- Mood swings
- Cold hands and feet [regulate circulation]
- Irregular bowel habits
- Stiff or Inflamed Joints and Muscles Fatigue
- Liver Spots on Skin
- Sugar Cravings
- Red Facial Features [Especially Nose and Cheeks]
- Restless sleep
- Frequent sighing
- Fullness in the chest with difficulty breathing deeply
- symptoms may be aggravated by stress or emotional upset
Related to women:
- Acne [during PMS]
- PMS disorders
- Irregular menstrual patterns
- Breast distention and tenderness
- Painful menstruation
- Late or irregular menstruation
Possible Chinese Medicine Presentations
Chinese Medicine pulse diagnostic may present as: wiry, deficient
Chinese Medicine tongue diagnostic may present as: slightly red, pale, or light purple, may have pale sides
Possible Western Applications
Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills
may assist with biomedical problems such as:DuLTVDu
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Functional uterine bleeding
- Menopausal syndrome
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Fibrocystic breast disease
- Clinical depression
- Anxiety disorders
- Stress relief
- Chronic neck and upper back tension
- Migraine headache
- Tension headache
- Globus hystericus
- Intercostal neuralgia
- Post-herpetic neuralgia
- Chronic hepatitis
- Early stages of liver cirrhosis
- Chronic gastritis
- Peptic ulcer disease
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Optic nerve atrophy
Ingredients For Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills
Chai hu, Bai shao, Dang gui, Bai zhu, Fu ling, Sheng jiang, Gan cao, Bo he
Bupleurum chinense root, Paeonia lactiflora root, Angelica sinensis root, Atractylodes macrocephala rhizome, Poria cocos fungus, Zingiber officinale rhizome-fresh, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root, Mentha haplocalyx herb
Directions For Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills:
Free and Easy Wanderer Teapills Dosage
Manufacturer standard dosage is 8 teapills, 3 times per day.
Take with warm water.