from Health Concerns
Aspiration is a Chinese herbal formula used for depression due to frustration and pent-up emotions. Aspiration relieves chest oppression and constriction accompanied by lack of appetite, irritability, frustration, flank pain, bitter taste in the mouth, belching, epigastric pain, and a tendency toward constipation or sluggish stools.
Aspiration addresses all the major aspects and complications of depression: stagnant Qi, stagnant blood, heat, dampness, as well as food and phlegm entanglement. The formula treats the physical conditions, which are the felt symptoms of depression, including chest oppression and constriction, irritability, anger, frustration, flank pain, and various digestion complaints.
Manufacturer’s suggested dosage:
3 tablets, 3 times a day.
Polygala root (Yuan Zhi), Vervain herb (Herba Verbenae Officinalis), Uncaria stem (Gou Teng), Gardenia fruit (Zhi Zi), Albizzia flowers (He Huan Hua), Damiana leaf, Folium Turnerae aphrodisiacae, White Peony root (Bai Shao), Tang Kuei root (Dang Gui), Pinellia rhizome (Ban Xia), Poria sclerotium (Fu Ling), Aquilaria Sinensis lignum (Chen Xiang)
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
Clears Stagnant Liver Qi and Blood
Resolves Food and Phlegm Entanglement