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Calm Spirit by Health Concerns
Traditional herbal and mineral supplement
aka JIA WEI DING XIN WAN, (Modified DING XIN WAN)
Also see: Shen Clinic's Smiling Buddha Pills, and Plum Flower CHAI HU LONG GU MU LI WAN
Settles the Spirit, Nourishes the Blood, Supplements Heart and Liver Yin, and Lubricates the Intestines.
Calm Spirit is Best For
- Sadness Or Woe
- Stress Or Friction
- Smoking Or Drug Withdrawal
- Restless or Anxious
- Difficulty Sleeping
- Constipation Due To Stress
- Dry Mouth
- Failing Memory
Calm Spirit's TCM Uses
- Calms Spirit
- Nourishes Blood
- Nourish Heart Yin
- Moistens The Intestines
Indications for When to Use It
Anxiety and nervousness
Constipation due to stress
Notes: Though Calm Spirit includes the traditional formula, Heart Stabilizing Pills (DING XIN WAN), it is actually is a totally new hybrid version of the original, because of the addition of many non traditional ingredients, such as Magnesium Aspartate, Taurine, Akmylase, CereCalase, Protease, Catalase, alpha-Galactosidase, Lipase, Glucoamylase, Cellulase, Malt Diatase. These are substances with no history of use within Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Calm Spirit Dosage
3 tablets 3 times a day.
Calm Spirit's Traditional Herbal Ingredients
- Biota seed (Bai Zi Ren) Tonifies Heart Qi And Yin
- White Peony root (Bai Shao) Builds Blood
- Tang Kuei root (Dang Gui) Tonifies and Moves Blood
- Fu shen sclerotium (Fu Shen) Calms the Spirit
- Polygala root (Yuan Zhi) Tonifies Heart Qi And Yin. Lubricates the Intestines
- Zizyphus seed (Suan Zao Ren) Nourishes the Heart. Calms the Spirit
- Ophiopogon tuber (Mai Men Dong) Nourishes the YIN. Lubricates the Intestines
- Codonopsis root (Dang Shen) Tonifies Spleen QI
- Amber resin (Hu Po) Anchors the Shen Stabilizes the Spirit
Calm Spirit's Modern Ingredients
Magnesium Aspartate, Taurine, Akmylase, CereCalase, Protease, Catalase, alpha-Galactosidase, Lipase, Glucoamylase, Cellulase, Malt Diatase.
Catalase neutralizes free radicals that are created with stress and which assault organs and body tissue, particularly of the brain. This phenomenon might interfere with both your energy and your memory.
Enzymes extracted from Aspergillus assist digestion and assimilation,
Magnesium benefits the nerves and plays a part in energy production within each cell.
Cautions and Contraindications:
Use cautiously with Spleen Deficiency. Do not use with diarrhea or loose stool.
As this is a novel formula, in use for less than 100 years, it may still be considered experimental in nature.
Natural Medicine can be potent, and potentially complex; Self diagnosis and treatment aren't recommended for difficult, chronic, or reoccurring conditions. This may be especially true for practitioners. Remember the adage, "The doctor who treats himself has a fool for a patient". Best to find a nearby practitioner. In the U.S., you can find one near you at AcupunctureAmerica.com. Or you can start an e-mail/phone consultation at modest cost at Online-Herbal-Consultation