Serene Spirit Teapills (PlumFlower Brand) – Gan Mai Da Zao Wan – Economy size, 1000 pills.
Serene Spirit Teapills were formerly named “Calm” Spirit. The formula is still exactly the same. Only the name has changed.
|Other Name||Dry Organ Syndrome Teapills, Gan Mai Da Zao Tang, Licorice Wheat & Jujube Decoction|
|Standard Dosage||8 pills, 3 x per day|
|Ingredients (Pin Yin)||Ye jiao teng, Fu xiao mai, Da zao, Fu ling, Bai he, Gan cao, He huan pi|
|Ingredients (Botanical)||Polygonum multiflorum vine, Triticum aestivum fruit, Ziziphus jujuba fruit, Poria cocos fungus, Lilium brownii bulb, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root, Albizia julibrissin bark|
|Other Ingredients (Botanical)||Talcum, Activated carbon, Botanical wax|
|Allergen Information||Contains wheat.|
|Contraindications (on label)||Caution during pregnancy.|
An excess of excitement and erratic emotional shifts in your Heart Organ System can cause restlessness and mental disturbance. This is likened to an emotional roller coaster and can lead to an increased state of emotional swings and a disturbed Shen [Spirit]. Serene Spirit Teapills or Gan Mai Da Zao Wan – work by nourishing your Heart Organ System, addressing your Spirit-Shen, calming your Hun-Liver Organ System, harmonizing your Spleen Organ System and assisting your digestive properties which assist in healthier Blood creation.
By using Serene Spirit Teapills you can begin to naturally stabilize your Heart Organ System and settle down your excessive emotional state which, according to Chinese Medicine, can cause or lead to physiological imbalances. If you present with:
- Excessive emotions
- Loss of self-control
- Mood swings
- Excessive worry
- Over thinking
- Crying spells
- Inappropriate laughter
- Frequent yawning
- Moaning or deep sighing
- Restless sleep
Serene Spirit Teapills may be the appropriate formula to assist your needs.
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