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Dr. Kang Formula 28-The Endometrium
Chai Hu - Bupleurum chinense Radix
Dang Gui - Angelica sinensis Radix
San Leng - Sparganium eurycarpum Rhizome
E Zhu - Curcuma zedoaria Rhiozome
Pu Huang - Typha angustifolia & latifolia Pollen
Dan Shen - Salvia miliorrhiza Radix
Xiang Fu - Cyperus rotundus Rhizome
Yan Hu Suo - Corydalis yanhusuo Rhizome
Hong Teng - Sargentodoxa cuneata Caulis
Da Huang - Rheum palmatum Rhizome
Wang Bu Liu Xing - Vaccaria segetalis Semen
Xia Ku Cao - Prunella vulgaris Spica
Bai Jing Cao - Patrinia scabiosaefolia Herba cum Radix
To be used as a supplement to a balanced diet in the presence of endometriosis.
The Western scientific perspective defines endometriosis as a benign disease in which functional endometrial tissue (interior uterine lining, both glands and stroma) is present outside the uterine cavity. Such tissue can appear on the peritoneal surfaces of organs or sometimes on the ovaries or the broad ligament that supports the ovaries. Reports show it is most commonly found on 10-15% of women 25 to 44 yrs who are actively menstruating. When endometrial glands and stroma are both present as coverings over the ovary, fertility may be decreased due to trapping of the oocyte. Symptoms may include severe pain increasing in severity for 2 to 3 weeks leading up to menstruation. Western treatments use of estrogens, progestogens, Danazol and gonadotropin releasing hormones, all of which have significant side-effects.
From the Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective endometriosis results from Blood stagnation. This type of Blood stagnation arises from Liver stasis and stagnation of Qi, deficiency of Spleen Qi or deficiency of Liver and Kidney Qi. Also cold, dampness and heat can lead to Qi and Blood blockage.
TCM Indication: Painful mass in the lower abdomen caused by Blood stasis, or pain in the lower abdomen without mass, or distention in the lower abdomen with tenderness. In addition there may be menorrhagia with dark color and clots.
This formula is directed at the relief of pain and abatement of endometrial tissue growth outside of the uterine cavity. The formula accomplishes its success by promoting Blood circulation to remove Blood stasis and stop the pain. Also it softens hard masses and ultimately dissolves the mass.
*These statement(s) have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Recommended Dosage = 2 to 3 Tablets, two times per day: morning and evening.
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