According to Traditional Chinese Medicine:
- Radix codonopsis – Dang shen treats deficiency of spleen-qi and lung-qi and deficiency of body fluid and blood.
- Gelatinum asini – E jiao nourishes blood, stops bleeding, nourishes yin and moistens blood.
- Ophiopogon joponicus – Mondo grass nourishes the yin of the stomach, heart, lungs, and spleen; clears heat and calms irritability.
- Astragalus membranaceus – Huang qi increases energy, boosts stamina, enhances the immune system, helps the body respond to stress.
- Glycyrrhizza uralensis – Chinese licorice reduces stress, promotes relaxation and calmness, stimulates adrenal function.
- Angelica sinensis – Dong quai nourishes blood, balances energy, fights fatigue.
- Rehmannia glutinosa – Chinese foxglove balances yin, normalizes blood pressure, pain reliever, reduces insomnia.
- Stephania root – Fang ji relieves pain (particularly in the lower areas of the body) and normalizes blood pressure.
- Zingiber officinale – Ginger treats upset stomach, nausea, improves digestion, relieves pain.
- Cinnamomum cassia – Cassia cinnamon treats high blood pressure, stomach and muscle spasms, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, depression.
- Zizyphus sativa – A powerful sedative, makes the body light, prolongs life.
- Zizyphus jujuba – Da zao is also a sedative; aids in weight gain improves muscular strength, increases stamina.
- Polygalae tenuifolia – Yuan zhi protects the brain, improves cognitive function, increases nerve growth factor (NGH) and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF).
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