Calm In The Sea Of Life (teapills)

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Tong Jing Wan is a traditional Chinese herbal formula used primarily in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for gynecological health. It's typically prescribed to address various menstrual irregularities and related symptoms in women. Here's an overview of its uses, ingredients, and their benefits:

Uses:

Regulating Menstrual Cycle: Tong Jing Wan is commonly used to regulate the menstrual cycle, promoting regularity in both timing and flow of menstruation.

Alleviating Menstrual Pain: It's often prescribed to reduce menstrual cramps and alleviate discomfort associated with menstruation.

Balancing Hormones: Tong Jing Wan is believed to help balance hormonal levels, which can be beneficial for women experiencing hormonal imbalances leading to irregular periods or other menstrual issues.

Supporting Reproductive Health: Some traditional uses suggest that Tong Jing Wan may also support overall reproductive health by addressing underlying imbalances.

Ingredients and Their Benefits:

Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis): Dang Gui is known for its blood-tonifying properties and is commonly used in TCM to regulate menstruation, alleviate menstrual pain, and nourish the blood.

Chuan Xiong (Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong): Chuan Xiong is used to invigorate blood circulation and relieve pain. It's often included in formulas for menstrual disorders to help alleviate cramping and discomfort.

Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Alba): Bai Shao has a calming effect on the liver and is often used in formulas to soothe liver qi stagnation, which can manifest as menstrual irregularities or emotional disturbances.

Fu Ling (Poria): Fu Ling is a fungus used in TCM to promote urination, drain dampness, and tonify the spleen. It's included in Tong Jing Wan to help resolve water retention and address symptoms related to dampness in the body.

Ze Xie (Rhizoma Alismatis): Ze Xie is known for its diuretic properties and is used to promote urination and drain dampness from the body, making it beneficial for addressing water retention and bloating associated with menstrual disorders.

Mu Dan Pi (Cortex Moutan): Mu Dan Pi has a cooling and blood-invigorating effect. It's often included in formulas for menstrual disorders to help clear heat from the blood and alleviate symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding or inflammation.

These ingredients work synergistically in Tong Jing Wan to regulate the menstrual cycle, alleviate pain, and address underlying imbalances in the body according to the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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Teapill Name:
Calm in the Sea of Life Teapills
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Tong Jing Wan
Calm In The Sea Of Life Teapills Ingredients: Ingredients may vary by brand.  Click on the brand for more information.
Calm in the Sea of Life Dosage: Follow your doctor or healthcare professional's instructions.
Calm in the Sea of Life Precautions:
Do not use if nursing or pregnant.

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Calm in the Seat of Life Teapill Benefits & Information

Calm in the Seat of Life are an easy to take traditional Chinese herbal medicine that harmonizes the liver and promotes blood circulation. It also can help regulate gynecological and menstrual health. 

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tongjing_Wan

https://drjakefratkin.com/articles/health-and-disease-articles/treating-infertility-and-frequent-miscarriage-with-chinese-herbal-medicine/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8854496/

 

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