Dang Gui Radix Angelicae sinensis
Shu Di Huang Radix Rehmanniae preparata
Bai Shao Radix Paeoniae albae
He Shou Wu Radix Polygoni multiflori preparata
Dang Shen Radix Codonopsis
Bai Zhu Rhizoma Atractylodis macrocephalae
Huang Qi Radix Astragali
Ren Shen Radix Ginseng
Fu Ling Sclerotium Poriae albae
Gou Qi Zi Fructus Lycii
Tu Si Zi Semen Cuscutae
Huang Jing Rhizoma polygonati sibirici
Bai Zi Ren Semen Biotae
Yi Mu Cao Herba Leonuri
Xiang Fu Rhizoma Cyperi
Chuan Xiong Rhizoma Ligustici wallichii
Zhi Gan Cao Radix Glycyrrhizae preparata
Qi and Blood deficiency, Kidney deficiency.
Tonify Qi, nourish Blood, tonify the Kidneys.
Pulse: Choppy or weak.
Yi Mu Ba Zhen Tang
Differences from Classical Antecedent
Tonify the Kidneys.
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This formula is a variation of the well-known Ba Zhen Tang (Eight Precious Decoction) which tonifies Qi and nourishes Blood. In terms of organs, this formula tonifies Lung-Qi and Spleen-Qi, nourishes Liver-Blood and Heart-Blood and tonifies the Kidneys. It tonifies the Kidneys in a balanced way with herbs that tonify both Kidney-Yang and Kidney-Yin.
- The first eight ingredients constitute the formula Ba Zhen Tang (ie Dang Gui Dong Quai Root, Shu Di Huang, Bai Shao, Chuan Xiong, Bai Zhu, Ren Shen, Fu Ling, Zhi Gan Cao, Dang Shen and Huang Qi) and strengthen the Qi tonifying effect.
- Yi Mu Cao invigorates Blood;
- Xiang Fu moves Qi;
- He Shou Wu, Gou Qi Zi and Huang Jing nourish Blood and the Essence;
- Tu Si Zi tonifies the Kidneys
- Bai Zi Ren nourishes Heart-Blood.
This product is a dietary (food) supplement, to be taken as directed by a qualified practitioner. It is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease. Not to replace a varied diet. Not to be taken if nursing or if pregnant. Not to be consumed continuously for longer than 3 months.