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Soothes the Liver and Relieves Qi Stagnation
Strengthens the Spleen
Nourishes the Blood
Calms Heat and Fire

Code NPN Size
SP-501 80030468 112v

Clinical Manifestations

  • Liver Qi Stagnation: bilateral hypochondriac pain, headache, vertigo, alternating fever and chills.
  • Interior Heat: irritability, a shorter temper, red cheeks, and dysuria
  • Yin and Blood Deficiencies: dry mouth and dry throat, dry eyes, spontaneous perspiration, night sweats
  • Spleen Deficiency: lassitude/ fatigue and loss of appetite
  • PMS or menstrual syndrome, and dysuria.
  • Tongue Appearance: red dots in the liver area (one or both sides) OR thicker yellow tongue coating, often times in the middle or the rear of the tongue.
  • Pulse Pattern: wiry pulse and deficient pulse

Clinical Applications
Anxiety, stress, neurasthenia, postmenopausal symptoms, affective/emotional disorders, and panic disorders, hepatitis, early stage of liver cirrhosis, hepatomegaly, stomatitis, IBS caused by stress, gingivitis, cystitis, urinary tract infection, PMS, menstrual disturbance, menstrual pain and cramps, female infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease, and fibrocystic breasts.1,2,3

Formula Rationale
Femalance (Jia Wei Xiao Yao Wan or Augmented Rambling Pills) treats Liver qi stagnation accompanied by interior heat and underlying blood and Spleen deficiencies. In cases when the interior qi and blood is deficient, especially Spleen, Liver qi stagnation turns into heat and fire.

Femalance is modified from Xiao Yao San (Rambling Powder) by including Mu Dan Pi and Zhi Zi in the formula to calm the interior heat arising from Spleen and blood deficiencies, as well as from Liver qi stagnation.


  1. Bensky D, Barolet R. Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas & Strategies (1990).
  2. Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China. Volume 1 (2005). Chinese Pharmacopoeia Commission. People Medical Publishing House. China.
  3. Chen JK, Chen TT. Chinese Herbal Formulas and Applications: Pharmacological Effects & Clinical Research (2009).

Suggested Use:

Take 2 capsules, twice a day, better before each meal.


Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.

† Vita Aid Professional Therapeutics products are exlusively available for licensed healthcare practitioners to ensure the proper use of high-quality nutrition supplements.

* Some formulas may be slightly different outside Canada and the US.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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