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Sperbs Herbs Ep 2 – Shi Quan Da Bu Tang

This one is personal: this is the formula I have been on for quite a while now. It lives up to its translation of “All Inclusive Great Tonifying Decoction.” It is kind of an all-purpose formula in that it tonifies all four of the basic substances: qi, blood, yin, and yang.

Approved for both California Acupuncture Board CEUs and NCCAOM PDAs! Check it out at https://integrativemedicinecouncil.org/product/shi-quan-da-bu-tang/.

Support Materials

Links

Pdf of Chinese Herbs: A Clinical Review of Astragalus, Ligusticum, and Schizandrae by Dr. Steven Sinclair

Information on Peyer’s Patch

Kampo Information of Shi Quan Da Bu Tang

Western medical information on Shi Quan Da Bu Tang

Scientific paper looking at Shi Quan Da Bu Tang and cancer

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