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REPLENISH TEA is the classic formula for nourishing Blood, commonly used by women after their menses.  The herbs in this formula are used in traditional East Asian medicine in a balanced way to nourish and move the Blood. 
(See referenced clinical studies below)

REPLENISH TEA is the formula Four Substances Decoction (Sì Wù Tāng 四物湯).  It is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that has been used for centuries to nourish and regulate blood. It has been used for nearly 1,000 years to support women's health.  

Today, Si Wu Tang is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and is often used for conditions related to

  •  blood deficiency and circulation issues (as understood in TCM)
  • supporting overall health and wellbeing
  • irregular menstruation (1)
  • menstrual cramps / dysmenorrhea (1, 2)

Shu Di Huang 熟地黃 Rehmannia glutinosa (Chinese Foxglove)
Dāng Guī 當歸    Angelica sinensis (
Chinese Angelica)
Bái Sháo 白芍 Paeonia lactiflora
 (Peony Root)
Chuān Xiōng 川芎 Ligusticum chuanxiong (Chinese Lovage Root)

Four Substances Decoction (Sì Wù Tāng 四物湯) was first recorded in the Song dynasty (960-1279) in the book "Tai Ping Hui Min He Ji Ju Fang" (太平惠民和剂局方) and was later elaborated on by the physician Li Dong-yuan from the Jin-Yuan dynasty (1115-1368) in his book "Pi Wei Lun" (脾胃论). In the historical texts, it is recommended for nourishing and regulating blood, which is considered important in traditional Chinese medicine for supporting overall health and wellbeing. It is commonly used to treat conditions such as irregular menstruation, menstrual cramps, anemia, and postpartum weakness.

1. Cheng JF, Lu ZY, Su YC, Chiang LC, Wang RY. A traditional Chinese herbal medicine used to treat dysmenorrhoea among Taiwanese women. J Clin Nurs. 2008;17(19):2588-2595. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2008.02382.x

2. Yeh LL, Liu JY, Lin KS, et al. A randomised placebo-controlled trial of a traditional Chinese herbal formula in the treatment of primary dysmenorrhoea. PLoS One. 2007;2(8):e719. Published 2007 Aug 15. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000719

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