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CSP 9018E

Calm Spirit - Modified Ding Xin Wan 270 tabs
Picture of Calm Spirit by Health Concerns

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CSP 9018

Calm Spirit - Modified Ding Xin Wan 90 caps
Calm Spirit - Modified Ding Xin Wan 90 caps

Calm Spirit®

Modified Ding Xin Wan Herbal Supplement

 

Therapeutic Actions

1. Helps alleviate stress-associated emotions, e.g., anxiety, depression, anger

2. Relieves insomnia, restlessness, dizziness, spontaneous sweating, constipation due to stress, dryness of the mouth and poor memory

 

Chinese Therapeutic Effects

Calms spirit Nourishes heart yin

Nourishes the blood Moistens the intestines

 

Administration

Internal: 3 capsules TID

90 capsules, 750mg, 10 day supply

270 capsules, 750mg, 30 day supply

 

Contraindications: Individuals with spleen qi deficiency should take with caution, as loose stools or diarrhea may result.

 

Ingredients

 

Three capsules contain:

Taurine (450mg)

L. Taurine

Magnesium glycinate

(150mg)

Herbs (1,650 mg)

Biota seed (bai zi ren)

White Peony root (bai shao)

Tang Kuei root (dang gui)

Fu shen sclerotium (fu shen)

Polygala root (yuan zhi)

Zizyphus seed (suan zao ren)

Ophiopogon tuber (mai men dong)

Codonopsis root (dang shen)

Amber resin (hu po)

 

Formula Rationale

Calm Spirit is based on the traditional formula, Heart Stabilizing Pills (Ding Xin Wan). It is intended to treat patients who present with deficiency of heart yin. Individuals who experience prolonged mental stress often suffer insomnia, restlessness, loss of memory, dizziness, and sometimes constipation. The ingredients in this formula are aimed at tonifying heart qi and yin: Biota (bai zi ren), polygala (yuan zhi); tonifying and nourishing the blood: Tang kuei (dang gui); calming the heart and spirit: Biota (bai zi ren), fu-shen, zizyphus (suan zao ren), amber (hu po); moistening the intestine: Biota, tang kuei, ophiopogon (mai men dong); removing heat from the heart: Ophiopogon (mai men dong), codonopsis (dang shen) is added to tonify Qi in general and help generate fluids. Because stress may also induce anger, amber (hu po) and white peony (bai shao) help remove liver stagnation.

 

Magnesium is a natural tranquilizer and vasodilator, and calms nervous activity; it also acts as a catalyst in the energy production that occurs in cell mitochondria. Taurine has been used to control heart arrhythmia and hypertension, particularly under conditions of stress.

 

Clinical Notes

1. This formula should not be relied on as the sole reliever of stress. The cause of stress must also be addressed

2. Results are usually seen within one hour of administration

3. See Health Concerns Newsletters: Vol. 4 No. 1 Treatment of Emotional Disturbances in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Victor); Vol. 11 No. 4 Can Herbs Help People with Anxiety, Panic & PTSD? (Gaeddert); Vol. 10 No. 5 Can Chinese Herbs Help Clients with Depression? Part 1 (Gaeddert); Vol. 10 No. 6 Can Chinese Herbs Help Clients with Depression? Part 2 (Gaeddert); Vol. 10 No. 7 Can Chinese Herbs Help Clients with Depression? Part 3 (Gaeddert)

 

Additional Formulas

• Use with Ease Plus for symptoms of liver qi stagnation

• Use with Quiet Digestion if loose stools are present

• General stress protocol: combine Calm Spirit with Ease 2 (with loose stools) or Ease Plus with constipation or normal stools, 2 tablets of each TID - QID

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