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Chinese Name: 消遥丸, Xiao Yao Wan
Alternate Name: Xiao Yao San
English Name: Free & Easy Wanderer
Certifications: Kosher, Halal
Functions: Soothes the liver resolves constraint regulates mood, nourishes blood and fortifies the spleen, spreads liver Qi, harmonizes the liver and spleen.
Potency: Concentrated 5:1; Full-spectrum, water-based herbal extract.
TCM Pattern: Depression due to liver constraint, blood deficiency and spleen weakness, liver and spleen disharmony, liver Qi stagnation with blood deficiency, Qi and blood stagnation, fatigue due to blood deficiency
WHAT IS XIAO YAO WAN?
Xiao Yao Wan, known as “Free and Easy Wanderer,” is a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal formula renowned for managing stress-related symptoms since the Song Dynasty (960-1279). Its blend of eight medicinal herbs work to harmonize the body's Qi, particularly addressing liver-spleen disharmony and mood imbalances.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF XIAO YAO WAN?
Xiao Yao Wan is widely known for its mood-regulating effects. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Xiao Yao Wan regulates Liver qi, strengthens the Spleen and tonifies blood. TCM practitioners often recommend Xiao Yao Wan for irritability, headache, fatigue, PMS and other conditions associated with Liver qi stagnation with blood and Spleen qi deficiency.
WHAT IS THE DOSAGE AND METHOD FOR TAKING XIAO YAO WAN?
The generally recommended dosage for Xiao Yao Wan is 2-3 capsules, 3 times per day. However, always follow your healthcare provider's instructions, as the dosage can vary based on your condition and response to treatment.
WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO SEE RESULTS?
Xiao Yao Wan typically starts to show effects within days. However, like all treatments, its efficacy can vary from person to person.
DOES XIAO YAO WAN HAVE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
While Xiao Yao Wan is generally considered safe for most people, it can cause side effects in some individuals. Women who are pregnant, nursing, or postpartum as well as people with liver disease, should avoid or use Xiao Yao Wan with caution.
As with any Chinese herb, we recommend consulting with a qualified practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) about Xiao Yao Wan before any course of treatment is started.
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