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White Peony Root
Bai Shao Yao
Herbal Tea Extract
200 grams

White Peony Root<br> Bai Shao Yao<br> Herbal Tea Extract<br> 200 grams

White Peony Root
Bai Shao Yao

Pinyin Name: Bai Shao Yao
English Name: White Peony Root
Properties: bitter, sour, cool
Channels Entered: Liver, Spleen

Liver blood deficiency, dull pale complexion, dizziness, tinnitus, pale brittle nails, anemia, menstrual disorders, blood stagnation, blood clots, cold extremities, liver qi stagnation, bloating, irritability, low back pain, restless fetus, night sweating, muscle spasms, liver yang rising, flushed face, red eyes, vertigo, delirium, mood swings, restlessness, bad temper, liver attacking spleen and dysentery are some of the imbalances satisfied clients have used this product for.

Primary Traditional Functions
Nourishes Blood and Preserves Yin

  • Liver blood deficiency indicated by dull and pale complexion, dizziness, tinnitus and brittle, pale nails
  • Blood deficiency or anemia

Obstetric/gynecological disorders, irregular menstruation, gestational and postpartum disorders

  • Menstrual disorders with blood stagnation signs such as dysmenorrhea and clots, delayed onset or amenorrhea
  • Menstrual disorders with cold signs such as cold extremities, dark purple clots, pain aggravated by cold, delayed menstruation
  • Menstrual disorders with heat signs such as profuse flow of fresh red blood heat sensations or early menstruation
  • Menstrual disorders with Liver qi stagnation, pre-menstrual syndrome, bloating, irritability, distended breasts
  • Menstrual disorders with qi deficiency signs such as fatigue, weakness, pale and scanty menstruation
  • Lower back pain or restless fetus due to Kidney deficiency
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding

Weak constitution with spontaneous or night sweating

  • Wind-cold with deficiency and perspiration
  • Excessive perspiration caused by misuse of diaphoretic herbs

Liver wind rising with yin and blood deficiencies

  • Muscle spasms

Bi zheng (painful obstruction syndrome)

Nourishes the Liver to Calm Liver Yang and Liver Wind

  • Liver yang rising due to deficient Liver yin and blood; symptoms can include dizziness, tinnitus, flushed face, red eyes, irritability, bad temper, headache, vertigo, poor balance
  • Sever cases of Liver yang rising can include convulsions, delirium and loss of consciousness may occur
  • Liver yang rising with Liver wind

Softens the Liver and Relieve Pain

  • Pain and spasms in muscles, tendons and sinews from lack of nourishment
  • Epigastric, hypochondriac or flank pain and spasms
  • Sever epigastric or abdominal pain or cramps caused by liver overacting on the deficient cold middle jiao
  • Numbness, spasms and pain in the limbs from blood deficiency
  • Bi zheng (painful obstruction syndrome) due to coldness and blood deficiency
  • Chronic bi zheng due to wind, cold and dampness with blood deficiency

Breast distention, pre-menstrual syndrome

  • Mood swings, irritability, restlessness and bad temper associated with Liver qi stagnation and underlying Liver blood and yin deficiency

Diarrhea, borborygmus with abdominal pain

  • Liver overacting on the Spleen creates stagnant qi with symptoms of borborygmus and abdominal pain that is relieved by diarrhea

Dysentery disorders with rectal tenesmus

  • Dysentery disorders due to damp-heat accumulation in the lower jiao can result in burning diarrhea with rectal tenesmus and burning sensations

Concentration: 8:1

Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 2 grams per day or as directed by your wellness coach.

Cautions & Contraindications

  • Bai Shao is incompatible with Lu Lu
  • Bai Shao is contraindicated in cases of middle burner yang deficiency with cold
  • Contraindicated in individuals with eczema or rashes from exterior wind attack with incomplete expression due to its astringent nature
  • Contraindicated in postpartum individuals with blood stagnation or for those who are still bleeding
  • Use of Bai Shao may be associated with drowsiness and sedation. Exercise caution if driving or operating heavy equipment

Each package contains 200 grams.


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