Syndrome due to deficiency of the spleen, depression of the liver-Qi and dampness flowing downward, marked by clear odorless whitish or light-yellowish leukorrhea, puffy and pale complexion, lassitude, loose stools, pale tongue with whitish coating, including leukorrhea with the above symptoms caused by chronic inflammation of the reproductive system.
Traditionally used for tonifying the middle-Jiao to strengthen the spleen, removing dampness to arrest leukorrhea.
Bai Zhu, Cang Zhu, Shan Yao and Gan Cao: Invigorating Qi, strengthening the spleen, removing dampness, arresting leukorrhea.
Bai Shao and Chai Hu: Nourishing the liver and elevating the clear Yang.
Che Qian Zi: Removing pathogenic dampness by inducing diuresis.
Ingredients : Atractylodes, Chinese yam, Plantago, Atractylodes, Licorice, Codonopsis, Bupleurum, Radix Paeoniae Alba
How to cook :Rinse well,add 1L of water to boil,boil on low heat for 30-45minutes. Can be reboiled for 1 times.
Storage : Keep it in a cool place. For longer storage, seal it and stored under 0-8°C.
Not Recommended Pregnant women drink it.