Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang - 补阳还伍汤 - Five Restoring Decoction (Granules)

Log in to see prices

Item Number: B115
Chinese Name: 补阳还五汤, Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang
English Name: Five Restoring Decoction
Formula Principles: Tonifies Qi; Invigorates the Blood; Unblocks the channels; Promotes movement in the limbs*
TCM Pattern: Sequelae of Wind-Stroke; Qi and Yang Deficiency with Blood Stasis Obstructing the Channels; Wind-Phlegm causing Qi and Blood Stagnation; Wei Syndrome due to Qi Deficiency with Blood Stasis
Potency: Full-spectrum, water-based herbal extract; concentrated 5:1 granules.
Available in: Granules (100g/bottle)
Dosage: Mix 4.5 g in hot water and drink as tea, 2-3 daily. 

What is Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang?

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang, also known as Five Restoring Decoction, is a classical formula best known for its use in paralysis and for its blood-moving and qi tonifying functions.

What are the benefits of Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang?

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang is traditionally used in Chinese medicine to promote blood circulation, tonify Qi, and regulate the channels.

TCM practitioners often recommend Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang for those suffering from hemiplegia following stroke. Such individuals may exhibit paralysis, deviated mouth and face, speech difficulty, drooling, weakness of lower limbs and frequent urination and/or incontinence.

What is the dosage and method for taking Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang?

The generally recommended dosage of Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang in capsule form is four capsules, two to three times daily; or as loose granules, 4.5 g mixed with hot water, 2-3 times per day. However, always follow your healthcare provider's instructions, as the dosage can vary based on your condition and response to treatment.

Please see What's the Recommended Dosage for Granule Herbs? for more information.

When can I expect to see results?

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang typically starts to take effect within days. However, like all treatments, its efficacy can vary from person to person.

Does Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang have any side effects?

While Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang is generally considered safe for most people, it can cause side effects in some individuals. Women who are pregnant, nursing, or postpartum as well as people with liver disease, should avoid or use Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang with caution.

As with any Chinese herb, we recommend consulting with a qualified practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) about Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang before any course of treatment is started. 

Where to buy Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang

For practitioners, Treasure of the East offers full-spectrum Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang granules (100g/bottle).

If you’re a consumer looking to purchase Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang, look for suppliers who provide clear information about the product's origin, purity, and testing procedures to ensure you're getting a high-quality product. Please read Where to Buy Chinese Herbs Safely for more tips on how to source herbs safely.

Bu Yang Huan Wu Tang from Treasure of the East is:
✔️ ISO Lab Tested & GMP Certified
✔️ Bio-Authentic with Full Traceability
✔️ Sustainably Sourced from Dao Di Farms


    Huang Qi Astragalus Root
    Dang Gui Wei Chinese Angelica Root Branch
    Chuan Xiong Chuanxiong Rhizome
    Chi Shao Red Peony Root
    Tao Ren (Dan) Peach Kernel (Processed)
    Hong Hua Carthamus Flower
    Di Long Earthworm


    *The information provided here is for healthcare professional practitioners only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    Treasure of the East’s herbal extracts are full-spectrum, water-based extracts produced by Tianjiang Pharmaceutical. Unlike standardized extracts, which contain a concentrated quantity of a single marker chemical, full-spectrum herbal extracts contain all the active chemical constituents of whole herbs in concentrated form.  Treasure of the East herbs are full-spectrum and extracted using only purified water (more information).

    Recently viewed