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Additional Information for An Mien Pian This product expires 9/3/24 Name: An Mien Pien - Tablets Other Ingredients: Dextrin, Sucrose, Silicon dioxide, Magnesium oxide, Hypromellose, Carbowax, Magnesium stearate Ingredie…

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Additional Information for An Mien Pian

This product expires 9/3/24

Name: An Mien Pien - Tablets

Other Ingredients: Dextrin, Sucrose, Silicon dioxide, Magnesium oxide, Hypromellose, Carbowax, Magnesium stearate

Ingredients (Pin Yin): Suan zao ren, Yuan zhi, Fu ling, Zhi zi, Shen qu, Gan cao

Ingredients (Botanical): Ziziphus jujuba seed, Polygala tenuifolia root, Poria cocos fungus, Gardenia jasminoides fruit, Massa fermenta, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root

Package Size: 105 Tablets

Dosage: Dosage on Bottle States 5 Tablets 3 times per day.  Consult healthcare professional for correct dosage.

Origin: China

Brand: Plum Flower

Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

**Allergy Information: Contains tree nuts & wheat. The ingredient Shen Qu (Massa fermenta) is processed with wheat and may contain gluten proteins.

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information-leaf.pngAn Mien Pain Benefits 

  • Chinese Patent Formula to encourage calm mind, and natural sleep.
  • Calms the Shen
  • Heart Yin and Liver Blood deficiency with Shen and sleep disturbances
  • Promotes mental clarity 

An Mein Pian is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that is believed to offer several potential health benefits.  What are the possible benefits of An Mein Pian?

Stress Reduction: An Mein Pian is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine to address symptoms associated with stress and anxiety. The formula often includes herbs such as polygala root (Polygala tenuifolia) and amber resin (succinum), which are believed to have calming and sedative effects on the nervous system. These herbs may help promote relaxation, reduce irritability, and support emotional well-being.

Cognitive Support: Some of the herbal ingredients found in An Mein Pian, such as acorus rhizome (Acorus tatarinowii) and ginseng root (Panax ginseng), have been traditionally used to enhance cognitive function and support mental clarity. These herbs are believed to have adaptogenic properties, which may help improve memory, concentration, and overall cognitive performance.

Sleep Promotion: An Mein Pian is often employed in traditional Chinese medicine to assist with sleep-related issues. Ingredients like polygala root and ziziphus seed (Ziziphus jujuba) are thought to have sedative and calming effects that can help improve sleep quality and alleviate insomnia symptoms.

Emotional Well-being: Traditional Chinese medicine practitioners suggest that An Mein Pian may help regulate mood and emotional balance. The formula often includes herbs such as poria fungus (Poria cocos) and angelica root (Angelica sinensis), which are believed to have mood-stabilizing and tonifying effects on the body. These herbs may support emotional well-being and help alleviate symptoms associated with mood imbalances.

Traditional Wisdom: An Mein Pian draws upon the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, which emphasize a holistic approach to health and the restoration of balance within the body. The combination of herbs in this formula is thought to work synergistically to address multiple aspects of mental and emotional well-being.

It is important to note that while An Mein Pian has a traditional use for stress, cognitive support, and emotional well-being, individual responses may vary. It is advisable to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting any herbal supplement, especially if you have underlying medical conditions, are taking medications, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.


Dr. Maha Alattar, assistant professor of neurology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, offers the following advice:

— Don't resort to prescription drugs just to adjust to daylight-saving time; this is a transitory period and most people adjust within a few days.
— Wake up at your regular time, according to the clock. Even though 6 a.m. will be 7 a.m., stay on your schedule.
— Don't drink caffeine after 10 a.m. or lunchtime.
— Don't take a nap, work through the sluggishness until bedtime.
— Avoid a heavy meal three hours before bed.
— End your exercise routine at least three to four hours before bedtime.
— Take a warm shower or bath before bed.
— Get a dose of sunshine in the morning to quickly reset circadian rhythms. Sunlight is most the powerful regulator. 

How to Use Teapills

There is no need to brew or decoct the tea mixture. The teapills are convenient and can be easily taken with you in a purse or pocket. The recommended dosage is 8 teapills, three times daily. They are usually taken with room temperature water right before a meal. The small pills are easy to swallow. Do remember though, these are herbs and at times the herbs are bitter, so you may taste this when you are swallowing the small pea size pill. To learn more, see our page on the Benefits of Teapills.

  • Blended, then extracted for optimal efficacy in strict accordance with Chinese herbal medical tradition.
  • Produced at an internationally certified GMP factory. (Good Manufacturing Practices)
  • No pharmaceuticals or dyes. Microbial and heavy metal tested.
  • Unsulfured, preservative-free herbs whenever possible.


An Mien Pian -105 tablets

Was: $34.90
Now: $5.00