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Jing Tang Da Bu Yin Wan 200g Powder

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Jing Tang Da Bu Yin Wan 0.5g Capsules #200  - TCVM Pet Supply

Jing Tang Da Bu Yin Wan 200g Powder

Da Bu Yin Wan

Size/Quantity: 200g Powder
TCVM Principles: Nourish Yin, Tonify Kidney and Jing
Veterinary authorization required.
Ingredients
Gui Ban (Testudines Plastrum), Huang Bai (Phellodendron), Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia), Zhi Mu (Anemarrhena). 

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  • My 9 y/o Bichon has Cushings and I would like a combo lignans/melaton mixture for 26# dog. What do you recommend?

    Thank you for your question! We haven't evaluated any combo melatonin and lignan products yet, but if you try one that you'd like us to carry, we'd love your opinion and feedback on it!

    You can read our veterinary recommendations in these two articles:

  • Recently I noticed an herbal formula containing 8 ingredients specifically to address damp heat. My 5 lb. Pomeranian suffers from chronic, very inflamed dermatitis. I am interested in purchasing the best product to address this issue. My physician is happy to okay this product for my dog. Thank you.

    Thank you for your question! I'm sorry to hear your Pomeranian is suffering from dermatitis. Da Bu Yin Wan is designed to Nourish Yin and to tonify Kidney and Jing may not be the best herbal formula for your situation, since it is often used in cats, dogs, and horses with Cushing's or renal failure. You can learn more about the uses for Da Bu Yin Wan here: https://franklintnvet.com/renal-failure-in-dogs/. Another herbal formula called Damp Heat Skin may be more appropriate. You can learn more about it here: https://pettao.com/holistic-help-for-dog-itching/. These herbs require a veterinary authorization from your vet in order to purchase. To request an authorization from your vet, go here: https://tcvmpet.com/pages/get-an-authorization. It's always good to discuss all products with your veterinarian to make sure they are appropriate for your pet's case.