TCVM Principles: Tonify Qi and Blood, move Blood and resolve Stagnation
Contraindications: Do not use in patients with a history of exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage or nosebleeds
Warning: Stop administrating the formula immediately if the patient has diarrhea or unusual signs.
Dosage for Horse: 3g Twice Daily
Dosage for Dog/Cat:
- One 0.5g capsule per 20 to 40 lb of body weight twice daily.
- One 0.2g capsule for small dog/cat once a day <10lbs
Horse: 3 large scoops (3g) twice a day.
Dog/cat: 1/2 to 1 small scoop per 10 to 20 lb body weight twice a day.
1 level large scoop holds about 1 g powder.
1 level small scoop holds about 0.25 g powder.
Use for two months before the competition.
After the initial treatment, alternate one month off and one month on as needed.
Ingredients: Gelatin, may contain Gluten-free maltodextrin
Qi performance is the modified Ba Zhen Tang (Eight-Treasure Decoction) from Zheng Ti Lei Yao (Catalogue Essentials for Correcting the Body) written by Xue Li-Zhai in 1529.
| Bai Shao Yao
| Dang Gui
| Dang Shen
| Feng Hua Fen
| Gan Cao
| He Shou Wu
| Huang Qi
| Mu Dan Pi
| Shan Zha