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Plum Flower – Free and Easy Wanderer (Xiao Yao Wan)

Plum Flower – Free & Easy Wanderer Teapills treats symptoms of Liver qi stagnation and is most often used to address premenstrual tension (PMS) and gynecological complaints

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My wife uses these regularly to ease her mood and smooth out the day. She finds it seems to make little frustrations less irritating. It was prescribed by her acupuncturist years ago.

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Recommended to support PMS by my naturopath – did the trick!!

My naturopath recommended this item (free& easy wanderer tea pills) based on my pms symptoms (increased moodiness, anxiety, and cramps for several months). I been on these for a month and have had one period with minimal symptoms. Totally pleased!

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Plum Flower – Free & Easy Wanderer Teapills – Xiao Yao Wan

Plum Flower – Free & Easy Wanderer Teapills, or Xiao Yao Wan is a Chinese Herbal Medicine formula that addresses Liver qi stagnation, a very common pattern of imbalance in today’s culture of hustle and bustle.

It is most often used to address premenstrual tension (PMS) and gynecological complaints with many or all of the following signs of Liver qi stagnation, such as:

  • irritability and frustrated or angry outbursts
  • bouts of anxiety and/or depression
  • abdominal/epigastric distention and bloating
  • abdominal pain and cramping
  • dysregulated menses
  • breast tenderness and distention;

 

Severe cases of Liver qi stagnation can also manifest with digestive complaints such as bloating, nausea, and vomiting.

This formula is equally appropriate for use by males with signs of Liver qi stagnation as well.

 

 

Herbal Ingredients found in Plum Flower – Free & Easy Wanderer Teapills – Xiao Yao Wan

Other Ingredients: Hydrated magnesium silicate, Activated carbon, Dextrin, China wax

Allergen Information: Contains wheat. Atractylodes/Bai zhu is stir-fried with wheat bran. While the bran is sifted out during processing, it does contain traces of wheat.

 

Dosage Instructions for Plum Flower – Free & Easy Wanderer Teapills – Xiao Yao Wan

Take 8 Teapills 3 times daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Amount: 

Single: 200 Teapills

Economy: 1000 Teapills

Plum Flower Brand Herbs by Mayway

  • No pharmaceuticals, dyes, or sugars
  • Unsulfured, preservative-free herbs
  • Blended, then extracted for optimal efficacy in strict accordance with Chinese herbal medical tradition
  • Microbial and heavy-metal tested
  • Produced at an internationally certified GMP factory

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