Wen Dan Tang

Wen Dan Tang - Max Nature



Gallbladder-Stomach disharmony with phlegm in the Gallbladder channel. Signs and symptoms include dizziness, vertigo, nausea or vomiting, indeterminate gnawing hunger, insomnia, palpitations and anxiety. There could even be seizures with copious sputum, glomus in the chest, a bitter taste in the mouth and slight thirst. Tongue coat is greasy and yellow, Pulse is rapid and either slippery or wiry.

100g (3.5oz) of the concentrated granules extracted from 500g of the raw herbs.

Suggested Use
5g 2 times per day

Pinellia Rhizome (Processed) - Ban Xia (Zhi), Henon Bamboo Inner Stem - Zhu Ru, Bitter Orange Mature Fruit (Wheat-fried) - Zhi Ke (Fu Chao), Poria Sclerotium - Fu Ling, Tangerine Mature Rind - Chen Pi, Platycodon Root - Jie Geng, Loquat Leaf - Pi Pa Ye, Fresh Ginger - Sheng Jiang, Jujube Fruit - Da Zao, Chinese Licorice Root - Gan Cao