Cramp Bark Plus | Health Concerns
Cramp Bark Plus by Health Concerns
Augmented TONG JING WAN (JIA WEI TONG JING WAN)
Cramp Bark's TCM Properties:
- Vitalizes Liver Blood
- Break Blood Stagnations
- Reduce Abdominal Pain
- Reduce Spasms
When to Use Cramp Bark Plus
Viburnum opulus, V. opulus var. americanum
This herbal invention from Andrew Gaeddart the owner of Health Concerns, blends a centuries old Chinese herbal formula, TONG JING WAN together with Cramp Bark, a folk herb used by Native Americans for abdominal pain of menses and a variety of other disorders. Native Americans also smoked Cramp bark like tobacco.
In this formula, combined with TONG JING WAN, cramp bark is used primarily for painful or spastic conditions such as
- Difficult Menses (Dysmenorrhea)
- Menstrual Cramps,
- Muscle Cramps
- Urinary Conditions with Pain Or Spasms.
When to Not Use Cramp Bark Plus: Safety and Cautions
Do not use during pregnancy.
Cramp Bark Plus is a newly created supplement combining traditional Chinese herbs with non-traditional substances. In the context of TCM, and its immense history of use, any combination in use for less than 100 years, should be considered experimental.
Note that cramp bark should not be confused with black haw (Vibernum prunifolium), which is sometimes referred to as cramp bark, but may not share the same properties.
Formulas are intended for health care professionals or for those knowledgeable of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
TCM is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't usually recommended. Best to Find A Nearby Practitioner, or begin an e-mail/phone consultation at Online-Herbal-Consultation
Crampbark Plus Ingredients
|Chi Shao||Peony (Red)||Vitalizes Blood, Clears Heat|
|Crampbark||Viburnum Opulis||Unclassified in TCM|
|Dang Gui (Shen)||Tangkuei||Builds Blood, Moves Blood|
|E Zhu||Zedoaria||Moves and Breaks Blood|
|Gui Zhi||Cinnamon Twigs||Relieves Surface, Warms Channels|
|Hong Hua||Carthamus||Moves and Breaks Blood|
|Mu Dan Pi (Su)||Moutan||Vitalizes Blood, Clears Heat|
|Mu Xiang (Chuang)(Cultivated)||Vladimiria (Cultivated)||Regulates QI, Benefits Colon|
|Niu Xi (Huai)||Achyranthes Root||Vitalizes Blood in the Lower Palace|
|San Leng||Scirpus||Breaks and Vitalizes Blood|
|Xiang Fu||Cyperus Rhizome||Regulates QI in the Abdomen|
|Yan Hu Suo||Corydalis||Vitalizes Blood, Relieves Pain|
|Yi Mu Cao||Leonurus||Vitalizes Blood, Regulates Menstuation|