Si Wu Tang
Si Wu Tang is indicated for use in regulating menstruation, specifically for irregular, painful and absent menstruation. It addresses problems such as excessive menstrual and postpartum uterine bleeding and is often also recommended for migraine, chronic headaches and infertility.
Si Wu Tang first appeared in Lin Taoren’s “Secret Recipe of Treatment of Injure and bone fracture” of the Tang Dynasty and was later included in China’s first national pharmacopoeia “Tai Ping Formulas of welfare dispensary” in the Song Dynasty. Because Si Wu Tang has the effect of regulating Blood and nourishing Blood, it has the characteristics of “nourish without Stagnation, warm without Dryness, nourish Blood without leaving Stasis, and move Blood without hurting Blood“. It is widely used in Blood Deficiency and Blood Stasis Syndromes. Especially commonly used in gynaecology, as a common method of regulating menstruation, it is also known as “the first formula for women to nourish Blood“.
Take two capsules twice daily.