Nausea in Pregnancy Formula
Fu Ling – Poria – Sclerotium Poriae Cocos
Bai Zhu –White Atractylodes rhizome – Rhrizoma Atractylodes Macrocephala
Sha Ren – cardamom – Fructus Amomi
Zi su geng – Perilla Stem – Caulis Perillae
Sheng jiang – fresh ginger rhizome – Rhizoma Zingiberis Officinalis
Zhi Ban Xia-processed pinellia rhizome -Rhizome Pinelliae Ternatae preparatum
Chen Pi – Dried Mature Tangerine Peel –Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium
Huang Qi – milk vetch root/astragalus – Radix Astagali Membranaceus
Du Zhong – eucommia bark – Cortex Eucommiae Ulmoidis
Feeling nauseous sucks at any time, but compounded with the usually tiredness of the first trimester of pregnancy it sucks even more then!
Most of the time, the more tired a pregnant woman feels the more nauseous she feels.
If this is the case, then this formula is for her.
It Tonifies Spleen Qi, moves middle Jiao Qi, clears a bit of dampness and even tonifies a bit of Kidney Yang. All the things that are involved with a typical first trimester pregnant woman.
As a bonus, this formula also protects against the most common TCM patterns that cause miscarriage as well!!!
This formula raises and boosts Qi and Yang, so do not use if patient has lots Heat signs or if this formula makes the nausea worse.
Du Zhong has a form of latex in it, and therefore do not use if a person has Latex allergies.
Tinctures are alcohol based. Put it in hot water and let sit for a few minutes to evaporate the alcohol if you or patient is concerned about alcohol content in tincture.