Chai Hu  柴   胡 (Radix Bupleuri)         14.30%
Dang Gui  當  歸 (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)     14.30%
Bai Shao  白   芍 (Radix Paeoniae Alba)       14.30%
Bai Zhu  白   朮  (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae) 14.30%
Fu Ling  茯   苓 (Poria cocos)          14.30%
Gan Cao  甘   草 (Radix Glycyrrhizae)   11.40%
Bo He  薄   荷 (Herba Menthae)         2.80%
Sheng Jiang  生   姜 (Rhizoma Zingiberis Recens)  14.30%

Action and Indication: This formula regulates and coordinates the function of the Liver and the Spleen, relieves the Stagnation of Vital Energy in the Liver, and tonifies the Blood. It is used for a person with anemia and stagnancy of Qi in the Liver and the Spleen. It is used for such symptoms as: distending pain in the chest and hypochondrium, dizziness, stiff shoulders, loss of appetite, irregular menstruation, headache, dizziness, red, hot face, emotional instability, dry mouth and throat, lassitude, breast distension, alternate chills and fever as in malaria. Taken regularly, it will help to regulate menstruation and leucorrhoea in women, ease the Liver and remove Stagnation, and tranquilize the mind and nourish the Blood. It is good for both men and women.


痛,血虛肝燥,骨蒸勞熱,  午後潮熱,  往來寒熱,口乾便

What is the difference between Xiao Yao Wan and Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan ?
Xiao Yao Wan (Free & Easy Wanderer) is the traditional herbal formula used for most PMS conditions, while Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan (Free & Easy Wanderer Plus) is a reformulation of the traditional formula. The primary difference between the two formulas is that Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan (Free & Easy Wanderer Plus) contains additional herbal ingredients which help alleviate excessive heat/yin deficiency and sweating, whereas Xiao Yao Wan (Free & Easier Wanderer) ocuses primarily on normal body discomfort and stress associated with PMS.