Ease Plus is Chai Hu Mu Li Long Gu Tang (Bupleurum and Dragon Bone Decoction), with Vladimiria souliei (mu xiang) substituted for ju ju be (da zao) to promote better digestive functions. Rhubarb (da huang) eliminates heat through the intestines. Ginseng (ren shen) supports the spleen. Cinnamon (gui zhi) relieves the surface. Ginger (gan jiang) and pinellia (ban xia) transform phlegm. The formula harmonizes by dredging the liver and strengthening the spleen, thus preventing the liver from disrupting the digestion. Liver heat is also cleared by scute (huang qin) to prevent disturbance of heart shen by rising liver yang. Calcium carbonate (mu li) and dragon bone (long gu) weighs upon and holds down the heart shen. Ease Plus treats emotional disturbances that cause a combination of digestive problems, headache, nervousness, and insomnia.
Calcium carbonate (mu li & long gu), Bupleurum root (chai hu), Ginseng root (ren shen), Ginger rhizome (gan jiang), Pinellia rhizome (ban xia), Scute root (huang qin), Cinnamon twig (gui zhi), Rhubarb rhizome (da huang), Vladimiria Souliei root (mu xiang)
For more than a decade, Health Concerns has been in the forefront of research in herbal medicine, and was the first company to manufacture herbal products in the United States for practitioners. Its founder, Andrew Gaeddert, is an herbalist, lecturer, author of numerous books on herbal medicine, and committed to improving community health. He assisted in the development of clinical trials with HIV patients in 1992, and has been on the protocol team of a study to investigate the effects of Chinese herbs on chronic diarrhea, and an anemia study sponsored by the NIH Office of Alternative Medicine.
Health Concerns formulas are created on the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern biochemistry and developed by experienced practitioners such as Mr. Gaeddert, Dr. Fong, and Misha Cohen. They are targeted to treat specific disorders, and manufactured under strict quality control. All are continually tested to ensure optimum effectiveness, potency, and maximum bioavailability.