Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit - General Herbal Formula Category Concepts

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Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit Sub Category

Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit is a subcategory of the Calm The Spirit functional grouping.

The Calm The Spirit functional grouping contains the following sub categories:

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The Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit Category Contains (6) TCM formulas In Our Database

An Shen Bu Xin Wan

Calm the Shen and Supplement the Heart Pills


Usages

  • Insomnia and palpitations
  • Anxiety, possible difficulty with concentration
  • Irritibility and restlessness
  • Tinnitus

Gan Mai Da Zao Wan

Licorice, Wheat, and Jujube Formula


Usages

  • Anxiety/depression/manic issues with a tendency towards losing self-control (crying fits, excessive yawning, etc.) that result from the combination of heart yin deficiency and liver qi stagnation.
  • Insomnia, possibly with vivid dreaming and heart palpitations.
  • Post-partum depression and milder symptoms of menopause.

Pearl Powder

Pearl Powder


Usages

  • ADD, ADHD, restlessness, trouble with focus or concentration.

Shen Jing Shuai Ruo Wan

Stress Reducing Pill


Usages

  • For common variants of the modern western lifestyle - in Chinese Medicine terms, calms the spirit, balance liver and kidney yin, for a range of psycho-emotional and physical issues from chronic stress and mental overwork.  Symptoms may include insomnia, dizziness, inability to focus, memory problems, fatigue, palpitations, and/or tinnitus. 

Suan Zao Ren Wan

Sour Jujube Decoction


Usages

  • Shen related issues when arising from liver blood deficiency - anxiety, insomnia.
  • Menopausal heat contributing to sleep and/or anxiety issues.
  • Palpitations, night sweats, and general dryness.

Tian Wang Bu Xin Wan

Emperor of Heavens Special Pill to Tonify the Heart


Usages

  • Anxiety, insomnia, irritability, night sweats, hot flashes, flushing or sensation of heat in the palms due to deficiency heat.
  • Insomnia, poor memory, poor focus and concentration due to yin deficiency.

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