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Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang grams

Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang grams

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Brand: Treasure of the East - Formulas
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Treasure of the East - Formulas Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang grams

Treasure of the East Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang 100 grams

Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang, also known as Tuhuo & Loranthus Combination is used for Kidney Yang deficiency, Blood deficiency, wind damp cold, and Liver Qi deficiency.

To learn more about the history of this formula on our blog, read here.

Product Information

Product Code: 4030B
Name: Du Huo Ji Sheng Tang (blended (w/o Xi Xin)
Alternate Name: Tuhuo & Loranthus Combination
Wade Giles Name:  
Japanese Name:  
Unit Size: 100 gm
Vendor: Treasures of the East
Manufacturing Process: water decocted concentrate(5:1)
Serving Size: 1-2 grams : 2-3X/day

Symptoms

Western Signs, Symptoms & Disease Categories
  • Pain-Low Back
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Premenstrual Syndrome
  • Gums-Pusfilled
  • Knees-Sore
  • Palpitations
  • Cold-Aversion
  • Parasites-Intestinal-Chronic
  • Pain-Upper Back
  • Extremities-Numbness
  • Back-Stiff
  • Organ-Malnurishment
  • Extremities-Weakness
  • Extremities-Stiffness
  • Cold-Feeling
  • Pain-Knee
  • Limbs-Difficulty extending
  • Warmth-Preference
  • Numbness-Low Back
  • Breathing-Shallow
  • Atrophy
  • skin disorders-Infantile
  • Postpartum-Abdominal pain
  • Postpartum-Back pain
  • Postpartum-Leg pain
  • Legs-Swelling
Chinese Patterns
  • Kidney Yang-Deficient
  • Blood-Deficient
  • Wind Damp Cold
  • Liver Qi-Deficient
Tongue Signs
  • Pale
  • Coating-White
Pulse Signs
  • Slow
  • Weak
  • Thin
Contraindications
  • None Listed

Ingredients

Concentrated powders of natural herbal products tend to absorb moisture from the air. Hence, it is necessary for the manufacturer to add a suitable amount of excipient to stabilize the concentrated herbal products. Non-GMO starch which contains maltodextrin, are used as excipients.

Pin Yin Common Name Percentage
Du Huo Tuhuo Angelica 10.00%
Ren Shen Ginseng 7.00%
Chuan Xiong Ligusticum 7.00%
Fang Feng Siler 7.00%
Bai Shao Peony (White) 7.00%
Dang Gui (Shen) Tangkuei 7.00%
Gan Cao Licorice 7.00%
Niu Xi (Chuan) Cyathula Root 7.00%
Du Zhong Eucommia 7.00%
Sang Ji Sheng Taxillus 7.00%
Rou Gui Cinnamon Bark 7.00%
Fu Ling Poria 7.00%
Qin Jiao Gentiana Macrophylla Root 7.00%
Shu Di Huang Rehmannia (Cooked) 6.00%

Properties

Channels
  • Liver (27.5%)
  • Kidney (19.8%)
  • Spleen (16.2%)
  • Heart (8.9%)
  • Bladder (7.9%)
  • Lung (6.4%)
  • Gall Bladder (5.2%)
  • Pericardium (2.9%)
  • Stomach (2.9%)
  • Small Intestine (0.6%)
  • Large Intestine (0.6%)
  • Triple Burner (0.6%)
Properties
  • Warm (31%)
  • Neutral (28%)
  • Slightly Warm (20%)
  • Slightly Cold (7%)
  • Cool (7%)
  • Hot (7%)
Tastes
  • Sweet (36.3%)
  • Bitter (24.8%)
  • Acrid (24.8%)
  • Sour (3.5%)
  • Bland (3.5%)
  • Slightly Bitter (3.5%)
  • Slightly Acrid (3.5%)
Reference

Maciocia, Giovanni. The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text.Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc. 2009. Print.

Bensky, D., Barolet, R. Formulas & Strategies Seattle, WA: Eastland Press, Inc 1990. Print
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.
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