Our body constantly produces metabolic wastes such as free radicals, urine, and feces. Our body is also exposed to
potentially hazardous substances from the surroundings like the air we breath and the food we ingest.
The harmful substances in the body are in general referred as "toxins" by alternative medicines including Traditional
Chinese medicine (TCM). Most toxins are detoxified by the liver and kidneys and are excreted.
If toxins are accumulated in the body they will be detrimental to one's health. While modern biomedical science
believes that our natural mechanism of detoxification is sufficient, alternative medicines claim that
application of detoxification techniques is beneficial to the body.
One major way of detoxification involves TCM and Chinese herbs. Millions of Chinese regularly use Chinese herbs to
remove "toxins" from the body. In TCM, when toxins are accumulated, it more easily develops skin eruptions like
boils (furuncle), carbuncles, impetigo, sores, and acne. When one takes too much greasy food or alcohol,
food residues retained in the colon become a big source of toxins.
is a Guang Ci Tang
signature Chinese herbal formula for detoxing the body.†
It consists of multiple Chinese herbs
that act in different aspects to clear toxins. In the meantime, the Chinese medicine includes herbs that
nourish the Qi energy, Blood and the Kidneys to enhance the normal function of the body.
Its properietary combination of Chinese herbs are detailed below.
Lian Qiao (Forsythia fruit)
is well known for its properties of expelling toxins (pathogenic factors)
and clearing heat. The Chinese herb may subdue swellings, dissolve lumps and dispel wind-heat.†
Ban Zhi Lian (Scutellaria herb)
clears heat and relieves toxicity. It disperses blood stasis,
promotes urination, and reduces swellings and carbuncles. The Chinese herb is also shown to
have anti-tumor properties in recent years.†
Dan Shen (Salvia root)
is best known for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis.†
The Chinese herb is often used for boils and carbuncles.
Huang Qi (Astragalus root)
is a key Chinese herb that nourishes Qi and enhances the immune
and digestive functions. It is also known to help healing the wounds from pus and impetigo.†
Da Huang (Rhubarb root)
drains fire and removes toxins. The Chinese herb moistens intestines
to relieve constipation.†
Rou Cong Rong (Cistanche herb)
nourishes the Kidneys and enhances the Yang energy. It also
has the property of moistening the intestines and assisting the bowel movement.
Dang Gui (Angelica root)
is a common blood tonic herb and removes blood stasis.
Additionally, it moistens the intestines and unblocks the bowels; reduces swelling and expels pus.†
The combination of Angelica with Rhubarb and Cistanche in the formula may fasten the removal of feces,
a major source of toxins considered by alternative medicines.
Dang Shen (Codonopsis root)
is well known to tonify the Spleen and nourish Qi and
strengthens the digestive function.
Fu Ling (Poria)
removes Dampness but it also strengthens the digestive function.
Gan Cao (Licorice root)
tonifies Spleen and Qi and moderates the action of the other herbs.†
Take 5 to 7 pills three times daily.
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