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Panaxea International, StuckFree (Free Movement) - 60 capsules

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Free Movement

60 x 500 mg capsules  

 

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• Relieves pain*

• Anticoagulant*

• Stimulates pancreatic enzymes*

• Stimulates bile production*

• Increases peristalsis*

 

Reference

Wen Weiliang, Fang Shuting, Li Chunsheng, Gao Xiaoshan, Hu Shilin, Chen Fuxin, Zhao Ronglai, Wang Junxuan, Shi Zaixiang, Su Chenlian, Lin Lan, Ye Yisen, Hu Jin, Yu Yingqi, Yu Zhenxuan, Yao Baosen, Wu Jin, Zhang Shuliang, Hou Rongxian, Kou Qiu’ai. Clinical Chinese materia medica, Henan Science & Technology Press, 1998

 

Notoginseng (San Qi)

Effect of Total Saponins of Panax notognseng on oxygen free radicals in serum and gastric mucosa of stress rats. Conclusion: WRS can induce the injury of oxygen free radicals in rats. PNS has protective effect on gastric mucosa of stress rats by clearing oxygen free radicals and inhibiting the production of peroxides.*

Reference

Deng Xiangchao, Li Yanwu, Wang Rujun. Zhong Yao Yao Li Yu Lin Chuang. 2008; 24(3): 41-43.

  

Persicae (Tao Ren)

Modern research showed that Tao Ren could inhibit isolated frog hearts, lower blood viscosity, inhibit platelet aggregation and inhibit in vitro thrombosis. It could significantly lower serum T 4 in mice. It had anti-tussive, anti-inflammatory and cholesterol-lowering effects. It could also antagonize hepatic fibrosis induced by CCl 4 in rats.*

In clinic, this herb is used to treat low libido, hepatic fibrosis in schistosomiasis, hepatocirrhosis after hepatitis, acute and chronic nephritis, infantile allergic purpura, infantile gastrolith, epidemic hemorrhagic fever, prostatitis, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, kidney stone with hydronephrosis, sudden deafness, chronic pulmonary abscess, soft tissue injury and infantile serious pneumonia, etc.*

  

Manganese 

Manganese (Mn) plays an important role in a number of physiologic processes as a constituent of some enzymes and an activator of other enzymes. Manganese superoxide dismutase (MnSOD) is the principal antioxidant enzyme of mitochondria. Because mitochondria consume over 90% of the oxygen used by cells, they are especially vulnerable to oxidative stress. The superoxide radical is one of the reactive oxygen species produced in mitochondria during ATP synthesis. MnSOD catalyzes the conversion of superoxide radicals to hydrogen peroxide, which can be reduced to water by other antioxidant enzymes.*

A number of manganese-activated enzymes play important roles in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol. Pyruvate carboxylase, a manganese-containing enzyme, and phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PEPCK), a manganese-activated enzyme, play critical roles in gluconeogenesis the production of glucose from non-carbohydrate precursors. Arginase, another manganese-containing enzyme, is required by the liver for the urea cycle, a process that detoxifies ammonia generated during amino acid metabolism.*

Manganese deficiency results in abnormal skeletal development in a number of animal species. Manganese is the preferred cofactor of enzymes called glycosyltransferases, which are required for the synthesis of proteoglycans that are needed for the formation of healthy cartilage and bone.* 

 

Carthami (Hong Hua)

Hong Hua is a TCM herb used to activate Blood, remove Blood stagnation and induce menstruation. In vitro tests showed that Hong Hua had anticoagulant effect and could inhibit the platelet aggregation. Hong Hua had exciting effect on isolated or in situ uterus in various animals. It had certain exciting effect on the respiratory center in cerebral ischemic and anoxic rats. Hong had hypnotic and analgesic effects. Extractum of Hong Hua had inhibitory effect on Helicobacter pylori. Hong Hua could also prevent hepatocirrhosis induced by CCl 4.*

In Clinic, Hong Hua can be used to treat refractory hemoptysis, lymphadenitis, phlebitis, furuncles, bedsore, angina pectoris in coronary heart disease, arrhythmia, ulcer and sudden deafness, etc.*

Reference

Wen Weiliang, Fang Shuting, Li Chunsheng, Gao Xiaoshan, Hu Shilin, Chen Fuxin, Zhao Ronglai, Wang Junxuan, Shi Zaixiang, Su Chenlian, Lin Lan, Ye Yisen, Hu Jin, Yu Yingqi, Yu Zhenxuan, Yao Baosen, Wu Jin, Zhang Shuliang, Hou Rongxian, Kou Qiu’ai. Clinical Chinese materia medica, Henan Science & Technology Press, 1998

 

Notopterygii (Qiang Huo) 

Qing Huo is a TCM herb that can relieve the Exterior, disperse Cold, dispel Wind, eliminate Dampness, treat bi and alleviate pain. Modern research showed that this herb had anti-bacterial and anti-febrile effects. It could also dilate cerebral arteries and increase blood flow amount in the brain.* 

In clinic, the herb is used to treat high fever, cervical spondylopathy, hyperplastic joint problems, senile rheumatoid arthritis, sequela of stroke, supraorbital neuralgia, pterygium, senile pruritus and drug rash, etc.*

Reference 

Wen Weiliang, Fang Shuting, Li Chunsheng, Gao Xiaoshan, Hu Shilin, Chen Fuxin, Zhao Ronglai, Wang Junxuan, Shi Zaixiang, Su Chenlian, Lin Lan, Ye Yisen, Hu Jin, Yu Yingqi, Yu Zhenxuan, Yao Baosen, Wu Jin, Zhang Shuliang, Hou Rongxian, Kou Qiu’ai. Clinical Chinese materia medica, Henan Science & Technology Press, 1998

Suggested Use: 1 to 3 capsules twice daily.


 


Caution: This formulation has significant anticoagulant and antiplatelet action. May potentiate drugs such as Warfarin (Coumadin), aspirin and dipyridamole.


 


Warning: It is contraindicated in pregnancy and breast-feeding. Do not use if pregnant or likely to become pregnant.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 capsule

Servings Per Container: 60

 
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae (Dan Shen)
40mg
 
Radix Pseudoginseng (San Qi)
15mg
 
Styrax Liquidis (Su He Xiang)
10mg
 
Radix Ligustici Wallichii (Chuan Xiong)
50 mg
 
Flos Carthami Tinctorii (Hong Hua)
35mg
 
Radixet Rhizoma Notopterygii (Qiang Huo)
40mg
 
Resina Commiphorae Myrrhae (Mo Yao)
30 mg
 
Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang Gui)
50mg
 
Fructus Citri Aurantii (Zhi Ke)
35mg
 
Fructus Tribulli Terrestris (Bai Ji Li)
40mg
 
Rhizoma Cyperi Rotundi (Xiang Fu)
35mg
 
Radix Stephaniae Tetrandrae (Fen Fang Ji)
40mg
 
Radix Cyathulae Oficinalis (Chuan Niu Xi)
40mg
 
Manganese
3mg
 
† Daily Value not established.
 

Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (hypromellose); Vegetable Stearic Acid; Microcrystalline Cellulose and Vegetable Magnesium Stearate.

 

Key Ingredients

Salvia miltiorrhiza (Dan Shen)

Dan Shen could increase the blood flow volume in gastric mucosa, inhibit tissue peroxidation, strengthening the antioxidant ability of gastric mucosa. Dan Shen could stimulate the mucus secretions of gastric wall, consolidate the barrier of gastric mucosal, effectively block the ischemic and anoxia condition of gastric mucosa induced by ethanol so that prevent deep tissues of gastric mucosa from injury.*

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