Shao Fu Zhu Yu Pian - Abdo StasisClear
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What does it do?
Helps Your Uterus Feel Happy!†
Why does one woman have a regular, normal menstrual flow, free of discomfort while someone else has a difficult menses? Is it just pure luck? Is it genetics or based on constitution? Though it might seem like there’s no rhyme or reason for why you may suffer from difficult cycles, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) offers both a theory and remedy.
Our formula Abdo StasisClear™ is used for the TCM syndrome that’s characterized by abdominal discomfort caused by Blood Stasis and Cold. How do you know if you have Blood Stasis and Cold? You may know it if your abdomen experience symptoms such as distention or heaviness that improves when you apply heat and pressure to it, or cramping in a fixed location that may become worse at night; menstrual flow that may last many days, occurs several times in a month, or fill with clots.
Abdo StasisClear is an all-natural herbal formula containing 12 ingredients. These botanicals may help support the normal uterus function and consequently is often used to promote female reproductive health.
Famous Formula Removes Blood Stasis and Warms The Abdomen†
For centuries, traditional Chinese medicine has addressed irregular and abnormal menstruation. Though it may seem to you at times like crampy, problem periods are just bad luck, through the lens of Chinese medicine, the root causes are often simple. For instance, eating ice cream or drinking cold beverages is enough to produce disharmony in the paired Spleen-Stomach meridian system. Another external factor that may lead to cramps is exposure to cold and rainy weather.
Although these underlying causes of abdominal discomfort may seem overly simplistic, according to TCM theory, cold foods and cold/damp weather can lead to Qi obstruction and blood stasis in the uterus, which consequently results in discomfort in the uterus.
Abdo StasisClear may help ease the discomfort by warming the uterus, expelling the source of external cold, and promoting blood circulation and Qi flow to resolve blood stasis.
In addition, this ancient formula is still used in China to improve chances of fertility. Fertility problems arise when both cold and stasis block the uterus. Abdo StasisClear warms the meridians in this regard.
How Does Abdo StasisClear Work?
Abdo StasisClear is based on the ancient formula Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang with a slight modification.
Dang Gui (Angelica root) is one of the most commonly used Chinese herbs for regulating menses because it nourishes and invigorates the blood. Pu Huang (Cattail pollen) is frequently used in TCM applications to stop bleeding. It disperses blood stasis. Chi Shao (Red peony root) also dispels stasis, while also clearing heat and cooling the blood.
Xiao Hui Xiang (Fennel fruit) warms the interior and expels cold. It also may help alleviate abdominal discomfort by regulating Qi and harmonizing the middle burner.
Rou Gui (Cinnamon bark) disperses cold and invigorates the blood and unblocks the Channels. Gan Jiang (Dried ginger) warms the middle and disperses cold and unblocks the Channels. Yan Hu Suo (Corydalis root) invigorates the blood and promotes movement of Qi.
Mo Yao (Myrrh) invigorates the blood and disperses stasis and helps reduce swelling. Chuan Xiong (Lovage root) is yet another herb in this formula that invigorates the blood and moves Qi. It also expels wind. Xiang Fu (Cyperus rhizome) promotes Qi movement and regulates menstruation.
Both San Leng (Bur Reed tuber) and E Zhu (Zedoary rhizome) have been added to enhance the discomfort relief potential.
Does Research Support Abdo StasisClear?
Many studies have been done to evaluate the use of Shao Fu Zhu Yu Tang. A systematic review of randomized clinical trials supported its benefits for the normal uterus function.1 Beneficial ingredients were isolated as well.2,3
What is the formula composition?
A proprietary blend of
Radix Angelicae Sinensis
Radix Paeoniae Rubra
Fructus Foeniculi Vulgaris
Cortex Cinnamomi Cassiae
Rhizoma Zingiberis Officinalis
Resina Commiphorae Myrrhae
Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong
Rhizoma Cyperi Rotundi
Rhizoma Sparganii Stoloniferi
(Xiao Hui Xiang)
(Yan Hu Suo)