ChinaHerb Si Wu Tang 60s
Si Wu Tang first appeared in Lin Taoren’s “Secret Recipe of Treatment of Injure and bone fracture” of the Tang Dynasty and was later included in China’s first national pharmacopoeia “Tai Ping Formulas of welfare dispensary” in the Song Dynasty. Because Si Wu Tang has the effect of regulating Blood and nourishing Blood, it has the characteristics of “nourish without Stagnation, warm without Dryness, nourish Blood without leaving Stasis, and move Blood without hurting Blood“. It is widely used in Blood Deficiency and Blood Stasis Syndromes. Especially commonly used in gynaecology, as a common method of regulating menstruation, it is also known as “the first formula for women to nourish Blood“. It can be successfully used for the treatment of postnatal uterine bleeding, infertility, dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea and delayed menstruation, as well as chronic headache and migraine.
Modern research has an anti-anaemic effect, which can improve hematopoietic function, enhance immune function, improve the body’s ability to resist hypoxia, resist free radical damage and delay ageing. It can inhibit platelet aggregation and is anti-thrombosis. It can resist radiation damage and inhibit granulation proliferation. Si Wu Tang is also a traditional herbal diet, used to enhance physical fitness, especially women postpartum physical fitness.
Because Si Wu Tang’s ingredients have a relatively warm nature, pregnant women should use it with caution and only after evaluation by a practitioner. Yin Deficiency, Blood Heat, excessive menstruation and foetal movement and redness are not suitable for this formula.
Bai Shao (Paeonia lactiflora root), Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome), Dang Gui (Angelica chinensis root), Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia glutinosa rhizome preparata)
2 tablets, twice daily