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Herbsmith Rx Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang for Dogs and Horses

$55.00

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Herbsmith Rx Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang for Dogs and Horses

Herbsmith Rx Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang for Dogs and Horses

 Bu Gan San

About

Tonify the middle & Augment the Qi Powder, Central Chi Teapills, Arouse Vigor, Ginseng & Astragalus Formula

Tonifies the qi of the middle burner and raises sunken yang. The most important formula for treating weakness of the central Qi, with signs including poor digestion, fatigue, general weakness. Sunken Middle Qi, Qi Vacuity.

Available In

75 g Powder

150 g Powder

500 g Powder

900 g Powder

1200 g Powder

90 count concentrated Tablets (300 mg)

270 count concentrated Tablets (300 mg)

100 ct Tea Pills (Herbal Times – double strength)

Suggested Use

Herbsmith Powder

For Dogs:

<30 lbs……….½ tsp. twice a day, or as prescribed

30-80 lbs…….1 tsp. twice a day, or as prescribed

80-120 lbs…..1 ½ tsp. twice a day, or as prescribed

>120 lbs……..2 tsp. twice a day, or as prescribed

For Cats……..¼ tsp. twice a day, or as prescribed

For Horses… (for the 1000 lb Horse ) Two tablespoons two times per day for 20 days then two tablespoons one time per day in grain. Note: In the event of refusal to eat herbs start with small amounts of herbs in grain until the horse is acquainted with the taste. Almost all horses will eat the herbs in their grain.

Herbsmith 300 mg concentrated Tablets:

<10 lbs…….1/2 tablet twice daily, or as prescribed

11-30 lbs…..1 tablet twice daily, or as prescribed

31-50 lbs…..2 tablets twice daily, or as prescribed

51-80 lbs…..3 tablets twice daily, or as prescribed

>80 lbs……..4 tablets twice daily, or as prescribed

Herbal Times Tea Pills:

1 pill per 20 lbs, twice per day or as prescribed

*Formula names ending in “san” change to “wan” when ordered in tea pills.

Ingredients

Radix Astragali Membranacei (huang qi)

Radix Ginseng (ren shen)

Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae (bai zhu)

Honey-fried Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis (zhi gan cao)

Radix Angelicae Sinensis (dang gui)

Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae (chen pi)

Rhizoma Cimicifugae (sheng ma)

Radix Bupleuri (chai hu)

Herbal Times:

Huang Qi (27.8%)

Chai Hu (8.30%)

Bai Zhu (8.3%)

Sheng Jiang (2.8%)

Gan Cao (14%)

Sheng Ma (8.3%)

Dang Shen (8.3%)

Chen Pi (8.3%)

Dang Gui (8.3%)

Da Zao (5.6%)

 

 

VETERINARY AUTHORIZATION REQUIRED.

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