Ren Shen Radix Ginseng
Bai Zhu Rhizoma Atractylodis macrocephalae
Huang Qi Radix Astragali
Shan Yao Rhizoma Dioscoreae oppositae
Fu Ling Sclerotium Poriae albae
Ban Xia Rhizoma Pinelliae preparatum
Chen Pi Pericarpium Citri reticulatae
Zhi Gan Cao Radix Glycyrrhizae preparata
Spleen-Qi deficiency and Lung-Qi deficiency.
Tonifies Spleen-Qi and Lung-Qi, resolve Dampness.
Liu Jun Zi Tang
Differences from Classical Antecedent
Stronger Qi-tonic action.
This formula is a variation of Liu Jun Zi Tang (Six Gentlemen Decoction) which tonifies Spleen-Qi and, secondarily, resolves Dampness.
- Bai Zhu, Ren Shen, Fu Ling, Chen Pi, Ban Xia and Zhi Gan Cao constitute the formula Liu Jun Zi Tang which tonifies Spleen-Qi and resolves Dampness
- Huang Qi was added to increase the Qi-tonifying effect and to tonify Lung-Qi
- Shan Yao was added to tonify Stomach-Qi: this herb also mildly tonifies Stomach-Yin
This product is a dietary (food) supplement, as prescribed by a qualified practitioner. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any disease. Do not take if nursing or pregnant. Not intended to replace a varied diet. Not to be consumed for longer 3 months on a continued basis.