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Earth Pearls

Classical Name:
Wuji San 五積散
General Support:
Acute, Cardiovascular, Chronic, Digestive, Gu Syndrome, Immune System, Metabolic
Formula Family:
Overall Warming, Warming and Consolidating with Food Grade Herbs, Warming and Moving with Cinnamon
Organ Systems:
Lung, Spleen, Stomach
Six Stages:
Taiyin
FGS:
Acute
FGS:
Cardiovascular
FGS:
Chronic
FGS:
Digestive
FGS:
Gu Syndrome
FGS:
Immune System
FFF:
Overall Warming
FFF:
Warming and Moving with Cinnamon
FFF:
Warming and Consolidating with Food Grade Herbs

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The unique design of Earth Pearls reflects the 12th century formula Wuji San (Five Accumulation Powder) from the official Song dynasty pharmacopoeia, Taiping Huimin hejiju fang. It seeks to provide a comprehensive approach to all Earth organ dysfunction, especially the typical situation of Spleen qi deficiency intertwined with dampness, which results in the common symptoms of poor digestion, poor immunity, over-growth by yeast and other pathogenic organisms, and consequential blood deficiency issues. All Chinese herbal traditions tend to pivot around an Earth centered approach to healing, attempting to restore the Spleen’s ability to ascend, move, and transform on one side, and to invigorate the Stomach’s ability to descend, contain, and excrete on the other. The lifting components of Earth Pearls (especially the minister ingredient, Platycodon) make it a prototypical taiyin remedy, strengthening the connection between the Spleen and Lung systems. Its drying components (primarily its imperial ingredient, Red Atractylodes) make it a prototypical remedy that transforms damp, prevents phlegm development, and expels wind. Due to its anti-wind properties, Wuji San was once regarded as the Song dynasty’s main remedy for symptoms that are strikingly similar to what modern society refers to as the flu. It can also be considered for chronic wind disturbances in the skin layer and nervous systems accompanied by chronic digestion issues. Its blood tonic ingredients, furthermore, can treat potential blood deficiency sequelae that tend to follow long-standing qi problems, such as menstrual issues in Spleen deficient women.

  • Warm the center, build Spleen qi and transform cold damp with food-grade herbs (especially suitable for individuals with damp/phlegm constitutions who do not respond well to ginseng and other overly tonic herbs)
  • Remove “Five Accumulations” (wuji) that easily build up in the Earth layer of the body: qi, blood, damp, phlegm, and food
  • Dispel wind and guard against wind invasion, especially in elderly patients or individuals with cold/ deficient constitutions (during the Song and Ming dynasties, Wuji San used to be the primary remedy for flu)
  • Restore the up/down dynamics of the middle burner, eliminate food stagnation, relieve digestive discomfort and abdominal gas/bloating (ancient precursor of popular digestive patents such as Huoxiang Zhengqi San or Curing Pill)
  • Dry chronic dampness and transform cold phlegm; expel excess water weight in overweight individuals
  • Normalize hormonal system in qi-deficient women; regulate menses and prevent formation of pelvic stagnation
  • Expel all types of chronic wind damp afflicting the taiyin networks (Spleen and Lung), including bi syndrome in the arms, shoulders, and lower back
  • All symptoms of qi deficiency: fatigue, weak extremities, tendency to loose stools, poor appetite, shortness of breath, low voice, pale face color, susceptibility to external wind invasion
  • All symptoms of cold damp: abnormal weight gain (especially after childbirth); general sense of heaviness/sluggishness, brain fog; chronic discharge
  • All symptoms of cold phlegm: stuffy chest, poor digestion, chronic cough, dizziness
  • All symptoms of wind cold: external wind invasions with subjective coldness and achiness, especially in elderly and deficient patients; chronic aversion to drafts
  • All symptoms of wind damp: pain, weakness and/or numbness in neck, shoulders, arms, legs, and lower back
  • Pale tongue with tooth marks and white coating
  • All sensations of trapped qi and other signs of chronic digestive weakness, such as bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort, nausea and vomiting, undigested food in stool; tendency to diarrhea, but also constipation in people with low thyroid levels; bladder pressure/ discomfort
  • Menstrual pain, irregular menses, bleeding/spotting, and other signs of pelvic stagnation
蒼朮 Cangzhu Atractylodes, red
肉桂 Rougui Cinnamon bark, Vietnamese
茯苓 Fuling Poria
甘草 Gancao Licorice
 
 
半夏 Banxia Pinellia; traditionally processed - steeped in hot water
陳皮 Chenpi Citrus peel; aged at least 3 years and fried in ginger sap
Original Song dynasty remedy Wuji San
 
厚朴 Houpo Magnolia bark
乾姜 Ganjiang Ginger; dry
containing: Ling Gui Zhu Gan Tang, Jiegeng Banxia Tang, Erchen Tang, Pingwei San, Tongxie Yaofang
 
桔梗 Jiegeng Platycodon
枳殼 Zhike Aurantium
as well as principal ingredients of: Guizhi Tang, Banxia Houpo Tang, Houpo Shengjiang Gancao Banxia Renshen Tang, Danggui Shaoyao San, Banxia Baizhu Tianma Tang, Bazhen Tang
 
白芍 Baishao (chao) White Peony; fried in aged clay
川芎 Chuanxiong Ligusticum; dry-fried
當歸 Danggui Tang-kuei
 
 
防風 Fangfeng Siler
白芷 Baizhi Angelica

To balance endocrine system combine with

Vitality Pearls

For an external invasion with symptoms of sore throat use

Perilla Pearls

For sinus or lung issues involving the production of yellow phlegm use

Golden Pearls

To regulate menstrual timing use or combine with

Moon Pearls

For eating disorders involving vomiting use or combine with

Gingko Pearls

For chronic loose stools combine with

Amber Pearls

For chronic joint pain in fibromyalgia patients combine with

Bamboo Pearls and/or Lightning Pearls

To promote healthy lung function after long term degeneration combine with

Glacier Pearls

For chronically swollen glands combine with

Lightning Pearls and/or Metal Pearls

For airline travel combine with

Lightning Pearls and/or Cinnamon Pearls

For mitigating toxic food and pathogens during travel combine with

Thunder Pearls

To promote healthy mucus membranes in the digestive tract primarily use

Cinnamon Pearls

  combine with

Amber Pearls

  add

Water Pearls when there are signs of Yin deficiency

  add

Wind Pearls when there are signs of Yin deficiency

For poor appetite in heavy individuals combine with

Amber Pearls

To calm the Shen and promote healthy sleep in individuals with compromised digestion combine with

Spirit Pearls

Serving size: 3 capsules
Servings per contains: 30
Amount per serving: 1500mg

*Proprietary blend containing pure herbal extracts of: Atractylodes lancea rhizome (Cangzhu), Platycodon grandiflorum root (Jiegeng), Saposhnikovia divaricata root (Fangfeng), Citrus reticulata peel (Chenpi), Citrus aurantium fruit (Zhike), Angelica dahurica root (Baizhi), Zingiber officinale rhizome dried (Ganjiang), Magnolia officinalis bark (Houpo), Angelica sinensis root (Danggui), Paeonia lactiflora root (Baishao), Ligusticum wallichii root (Chuanxiong), Wolfiporia cocos sclerotium (Fuling), Pinellia ternata rhizome (Banxia), Cinnamomum loureirii bark (Rougui), Glycyrrhiza glabra root (Gancao)
* % Daily value not established Other ingredients: living green clay excipient, vegetable capsule  
  • Infants: dissolved content of 1⁄2-1 capsule 2x/day
  • Children and pregnant women: 2-3 capsules 2x/day
  • Adults: 3-5 capsules 2-4x/day
  • Typical (adult) combination usage example: 3 Earth Pearls plus 2 Amber Pearls 2-3x/day (for diarrhea)