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ChinaMed Pain Less Formula 78c

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ChinaMed Pain Less Formula 78c

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This is a relatively modern formulation, known as Huo Luo Xiao Ling Dan (Salvia & Boswellia Formula) that was first recorded in 'Records of Heart-felt Experiences in Medicine with Reference to the West' (yi xue zhong zhong can xi lu) by Zhang Xi-chun, early 20th century. It was originally intended for the treatment of abdominal mass or localised pain. The major herbs in this formula have strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic actions. This provides a fairly rapidly acting treatment for a wide variety of clinical problems with pain as the main feature.
TCM ACTIONS Activates the Blood and dispels stasis, alleviates pain. TCM SYNDROMES Obstruction of the Channels and Collaterals due to Blood stasis INDICATIONS Pain (e.g. due to arthritis, trauma, coronary heart disease, endometriosis, menstrual pain, neuralgia), arteriosclerosis, chloasma (dark spots on the skin), hepatomegaly, splenomegaly. SIGNS & SYMPTOMS (Key clinical features in bold) Pain Swelling Inflammation Dark spots or patches on the face Tongue may be dark or with purple spots Pulse is wiry or uneven
3 capsules twice daily
Each capsule contains: Salvia miltiorrhiza (Dan Shen) root equiv. to dry 450mg Boswellia carterii sap equiv. to dry 450mg Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh) sap resin equiv. to dry 450mg Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai) root equiv. to dry 450mg
Caution for those on anti-coagulant medications (i.e. Heparin, warfarin or aspirin). Caution in patients taking drugs to treat Parkinson's syndrome (e.g. levodopa). Not for use during pregnancy.

This is a relatively modern formulation, known as Huo Luo Xiao Ling Dan (Salvia & Boswellia Formula) that was first recorded in 'Records of Heart-felt Experiences in Medicine with Reference to the West' (yi xue zhong zhong can xi lu) by Zhang Xi-chun, early 20th century. It was originally intended for the treatment of abdominal mass or localised pain. The major herbs in this formula have strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic actions. This provides a fairly rapidly acting treatment for a wide variety of clinical problems with pain as the main feature.
TCM ACTIONS Activates the Blood and dispels stasis, alleviates pain. TCM SYNDROMES Obstruction of the Channels and Collaterals due to Blood stasis INDICATIONS Pain (e.g. due to arthritis, trauma, coronary heart disease, endometriosis, menstrual pain, neuralgia), arteriosclerosis, chloasma (dark spots on the skin), hepatomegaly, splenomegaly. SIGNS & SYMPTOMS (Key clinical features in bold) Pain Swelling Inflammation Dark spots or patches on the face Tongue may be dark or with purple spots Pulse is wiry or uneven

3 capsules twice daily

Each capsule contains: Salvia miltiorrhiza (Dan Shen) root equiv. to dry 450mg Boswellia carterii sap equiv. to dry 450mg Commiphora myrrha (Myrrh) sap resin equiv. to dry 450mg Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai) root equiv. to dry 450mg

Caution for those on anti-coagulant medications (i.e. Heparin, warfarin or aspirin). Caution in patients taking drugs to treat Parkinson's syndrome (e.g. levodopa). Not for use during pregnancy.

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