Xiao Yao San Tea

Xiao Yao San Tea

$120.00

Organic and Wildcrafted Tibetan herbs:

Radix Bupleuri Chinensis(Chai Hu)
Radix Angelicae Sinensis(Dang Gui)
Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorae(Bai Shao)
Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae(Bai Zhu)
Sclerotium Poriae Cocos(Fu Ling)
Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis(Zhi Gan Cao)
Herba Menthae Haplocalycis(Bo He)
Rhizoma Zingiberis Officinalis Recens(Gan Jiang)

What it treats:

Chronic hepatitis
Viral hepatitis
Depression
Hysteria
Pleurisy
Acute tonsillitis
Chronic tonsillitis
Chronic gastritis
Peptic ulcer
Anemia
Functional uterine bleeding
Menopausal syndrome
Pelvic inflammatory disease
Fibrocystic breasts
Neurasthenia
Optic nerve atrophy
Central retinitis
Glaucoma
Acute retrobulbar neuritis
Stress
Meniere’s disease
Candidiasis
Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome (CFIDS)
Cortical blindness
Prostatitis
Acid reflux
Breast lumps
Mastitis
Breast cancer
Gastralgia
Enteritis
Stomach cancer
Hypoglycemia
Chronic bronchitis
Chronic cough
Vomiting
Fever
Constipation
Anxiety neurosis
Tinnitus
Deafness
Anorexia
Bi-Polar disorder
Fatigue
Hyperlipoproteinemia
Edema during pregnancy
Hernia
Colitis
Hiccup
Morning sickness
Paralysis
Liver cancer
Shoulder pain
Low back pain
Fetal restlessness
Neck pain and stiffness
Irregular menstruation
Temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ)
Ulcerative colitis
Sore throat
Stress incontinence
Irritability
Nervousness in women
Affective psychosis
Vaginal discharge
Delayed menstruation
Irregular menstruation
Insomnia
Breast distention
Epstein Barr
Premenstrual syndrome (from ovulation to 1st day)
Premenstrual syndrome with breast distention
Hyperthyroidism
Hepatitis C
Leaky gut syndrome
Giardiasis
Tuberculosis
Late menstruation
Scanty menstruation
Dysmenorrhea
Perimenopause syndrome
Premenstrual tension
Breast tenderness
Headache
Infertility
Irritable bowel syndrome
Dysentery
Vertigo
Dizziness
Polyuria
AIDS/HIV
Pertussis
Asthma
Nausea
Gu syndrome
Systemic lupus erythematosis
Anxiety
Hysteria
Schizophrenia
Stress-related breathing problems
Impotence
Hypertension
Palpitations
Abdominal pain
Abdominal pain during pregnancy
Dysphagia
Hoarseness
Migraine headache
Hiatus hernia
Obesity
Indigestion
Piriformis syndrome
Post-concussion syndrome
Upper and middle back pain
Early menstruation
Amenorrhea
Cervical cancer
Cirrhosis of the Liver

Description

AKA “Stress-Free Tea”

Calm the Nervous System and Balance Hormones

Stress Free Tea is provided in teabag form for your convenience and pleasure, in addition to preserving the volatile oils in the organic and wildcrafted herbs from the highlands of Tibet.  These are literally the highest quality herbs on the planet.

This particular botanical formula is well known and heavily researched and studied for its ability to produce a calming effect on the nervous system and in promoting a healthy liver.

Stress-related disorders have become widespread in the modern world. Conditions such as: Anxiety, nervous tension, depression, and irritability, particularly associated with the inability of the body to adapt to stressors, are typical symptoms addressed by Xiao Yao San tea.

Thinking happy thoughts is great in theory, but rather difficult to do when bodily functions are imbalanced. The key features of Xiao Yao San are its ability to regulate cortisol levels (which are the main stress hormones) and distribute nitric oxide gas (Qi). This allows the herbal tea infusion to act on major metabolic pathways associated with the stress response.

Nitric oxide is an important gaso-transmitter with vital roles in regulating the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, balancing hormone production and distribution, and regulating sleep. By leveling the distribution of nitric oxide, levels of dopamine, serotonin, melatonin, and noradrenaline can obtain an equilibrium associated with good health and emotional contentment. On the contrary, the buildup of nitric oxide is associated with sleep deprivation, anxiety attacks, and emotional trauma. The inability of the body to down-regulate nitric oxide buildup becomes linked with chronic pain, stress disorders, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.Elevated nitric oxide levels also de-regulate melatonin, a crucial hormone for sleep and pain-signaling. This is why good sleep is critical for improving chronic fatigue and pain. Cortisol secretions are responsible for waking us up in the morning, signaling that rest is over and it is time to begin our day. An overactive stress response is associated with prolonged elevations of cortisol, with lessening parasympathetic activity over time and associated hormone imbalances. Elevated cortisol levels start to wake us up earlier in the day, often with difficulty going back to sleep. Nightmares, vivid dreaming, or replaying the day at night can become common instead of exceptional. Difficulty falling and staying asleep often shift when drinking Stress Free Tea.

The stress response, or sympathetic dominance, is often called the “fight or flight” response. Our instinctual response to nitric oxide buildup and cortisol elevation is to “fight” it out! Since most civilized humans won’t do that, tension in the neck and shoulders builds up instead and causes the muscles to contract. This is when people will say – “I hold my stress in my neck and shoulders”. Xiao Yao San makes a great formula for desk job stress, computer workers, and others with neck pain, eye strain, shoulder tightness, and headaches associated with prolonged sitting and computer based jobs.

Another instinct when cortisol and nitric oxide are out of control is to run. Since we often try to confront our fears and feelings instead of instinctively running for the hills, tension builds up in the legs, lower back, and psoas muscles instead.

Stress states cause growing irritation and eventual damage to motor and sensory nerves over time. The nerves themselves can start to “burn up”, feel “on fire” and break down completely. Overheating from excessive nitric oxide build up can produce an oxidation of the nerve fiber itself, leading to burning and electric pains. This is like turning on all the electricity in the house. The oxidation and inflammation can advance aging. Brain damage can occur.

If we reset the wiring and maintain a healthy filter (liver), cortisol can return to normal levels as elevated blood levels reduce and hormone balance is reestablished. Xiao Yao San is liver-protective. It inhibits liver fibrosis and prevents the development of cirrhosis.

This is also a fantastic women’s formula, as Xiao Yao San is used to regulate menstruation and mood disorders associated with menstrual and menopausal cycles. Hormone imbalances that present with symptoms at key intervals of the month or cycles of life are moderated by Xiao Yao San.

Xiao Yao San treats the overload of stress hormones and hyper-inflammatory effect of an overly dominant sympathetic nervous system, or fight-or-flight response. Its cumulative effect is regulatory to the autonomic nervous system, and conducive to long term circulation of vital air and gases for emotional, psychological, and physical health.