$27.90 or $26.51 / month

Shu Gan Wan Herbal Supplement

Therapeutic Actions

1. Treats food allergies and related symptoms including poor digestion, abdominal bloating, nausea, burping, vomiting and regurgitation associated with hyperacidity
2. Has been used in the treatment of anorexia, bulimia, chronic hepatitis, chronic cholecystitis and/or gallstones, acute or chronic gastritis, distention and pain in the hypochondrium, or abdominal pain in the region of the liver or gallbladder (lower abdomen)
3. Use for gynecological complaints as an adjunctive formula

Chinese Therapeutic Effects

Moves liver qi stagnation
Aids digestion
Relieves pain in the middle burner


Internal: 1 to 3 tablets TID
90 tablets, 750mg, 30 day supply



Curcuma tuber
yu jin
Buddha’s hand fruit
fo shou
Corydalis rhizome
yan hu suo
Vladimiria Souliei root
mu xiang
Nutmeg seed
rou dou kou
White Peony root
bai shao
Citrus fruit
zhi ke
Citrus peel
chen pi
Cardamon fruit
sha ren
Magnolia bark
hou po
Cyperus rhizome
xiang fu
Licorice root
gan cao
Moutan root bark
mu dan pi
Immature Citrus peel
qing pi
Sandalwood lignum
tan xiang


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Formula Rationale

This formula was recorded by the Ming Dynasty physician, Zhu Tianbi. Herbalist Andrew Gaeddert has used this formula successfully with food allergies, anorexia, and bulimia and in the treatment of gynecological and gastrointestinal complaints. The formula contains curcuma (yu jin), buddha’s hand fruit (fo shou), cyperus (xiang fu) and sandalwood (tan xiang) to move stagnant Qi and eliminate pain. Corydalis (yan hu suo), vladimiria souliei (mu xiang) and white peony (bai shao) also move stagnant Qi and eliminate pain. Nutmeg seed (rou dou kou), citrus fruit (zhi ke), citrus peel (chen pi) and immature citrus (qing pi) regulate stomach and disperse digestive accumulation. Moutan (mu dan pi) invigorates blood, clears heat, and cools the blood. Magnolia bark (hou po) moves stagnant Qi and guides Qi downward. Cardamon fruit (sha ren) regulates the stomach and stops vomiting. Licorice root (gan cao) harmonizes and detoxifies. Health Concerns’ Shu Gan is specially prepared to preserve the volatile herbal constituents.

Clinical Notes

For food allergies, start with a low dose (1 to 3 tablets per day). Increase over a few weeks to 2 to 3 tablets TID.

Additional Formulas

• With dampness and food stagnation, combine Shu Gan with Quiet Digestion or Chzyme
• For gynecological discomfort or pain, consider Channel Flow
• For food allergies, combine with Colostroplex
• For liver qi stagnation, consider Woman’s Balance, Ease 2, or Ease Plus
• For gallbladder stones or congestion, consider GB-6

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