SIZE/QUANTITY: Concentrated 0.5g Capsules #100
TCVM PRINCIPLES: Tonify Qi, nourish Yin, astringently consolidate kidney
INGREDIENTS: Fu Ling, Fu Pen Zi, Huang Qi, Jin Ying Zi, Mu Dan Pi, Rou Gui, Sang Piao Xiao, Shan Yao, Shan Zhu Yu, Shu Di Huang, Ze Xie
Inactive Ingredients: Bovine Gelatin and Gluten-free maltodextrin
what does this mean? Tonify Qi, nourish Yin, astringently consolidate kidney Would an herb help settle a sensitive stomach due to kidney failure issues?
Thank you for your question! These terms refer to patterns in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine that are aided by the herbs in Jing Tang herbal formulas. Jing Tang offers hundreds of products, so a vet's recommendation is required to make sure you're getting the right formula for your pet's needs. There are herbal formulas that can help settle a sensitive stomach! We also recommend spleen treats and Harmonize GI for any GI tract issues. These two items are not herbal formulas, so they don't require veterinary authorization. Thank you for supporting Chinese Medicine!
we adopted Buddy 2 1/2 years ago Our Veterinarian at the time started Buddy on Rehmannia immediately and the Rehmannia 11 shortly their after. Our new Veterinarian agreed and Buddy is a happy dog, We believe he is 16 years old.
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