Agar 35 Relieves anxiety, stress & worry and benefit aspects of psychological health.
USE & ACTION:
Agar 35 is one of the most widely endorsed traditional Tibetan compounds, and the herbs in this formula are known to reduce anxiety, stress, and fatigue. They are indicated for helping a condition called srog-lung in Tibetan. The srog-rtsa is the central channel in the body analogous to the Tibetan Loong humor and the Chinese concept of the Chong mai or penetrating vessel. Its Tibetan name means the “life channel” or “life vessel” (srog = life; tsa = channel or vessel. The herbs in this formula are known to address many symptoms that include insomnia, overactive mental states, uneasiness, nervousness, jittery nerves, mental upset, lower back pain, feeling tense, dizziness (tinnitus), difficulty breathing, pain in the upper back due to excess of rLung chi and is effective for unlocalized pain. Brings support to the kidneys, liver, blood, and overall circulation.
Agar 35 is especially useful with commonly seen patterns in clinical practice that are associated with a general anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The treatment principles for this multi-element pattern are to encourage the liver and rectify the qi, fortify the spleen and supplement the qi, nourish the heart and quiet the spirit, transform phlegm, clearing of excess heat.
Non-habit-forming, Agar 35 is a safe and effective means of effectively supporting your body to deal with life’s aggravations and turmoil.
Tradition and historical use: 2 pills one to three times a day as needed or as your holistic health care provider advises.
It can also be combined with Bhim Mitra, Happiness of Mind, or Amla 25.
Address many symptoms that include insomnia, overactive mental states, uneasiness, nervousness, jittery nerves, mental upset, lower back pain, feeling tense, dizziness (tinnitus), difficulty breathing, pain in upper back due to excess of rLung chi
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