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Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness Teapills #200

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Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness Teapills #200  - TCVM Pet Supply

Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness Teapills #200


Hindquarter Weakness

Size/Quantity: Teapills #200

TCVM Principles: To tonify Kidney, strengthen back and hind limbs, move Qi, resolve Stagnation

Veterinary authorization required.


Ba Ji Tian, Chuan Niu Xi, Dang Gui, Du Zhong, Feng Hua Fen, Gui Zhi, Huang Qi, Shu Di Huang, Wu Yao

Inactive Ingredients: Activated carbon, Botanical wax, talcum


Ask a Question
  • How many pearls, or grams of powder does my dog need. She is 22 pounds.

    Thank you for your question! 

    The manufacturer's recommended dose range for Jing Tang Hindquarter Weakness Teapills is 1-2 pills per 10 lbs body weight twice daily. 

    For the non-concentrated powder, the recommended dose is 0.5 g per 10 to 20 lb body weight twice daily.

    It's important to find out your vet's recommendation based on your pet's specific condition since the dosing range is quite large. Some vets recommend starting with a lower dose and increasing based on how your dog is doing. The length of time the bottle will last depends on the dose your vet recommends in that range.

    We also require herbal authorization for all purchases, which assures us you're using the most effective herbal formula for your dog. In many cases, there are multiple different herbal formulas for one disease.

    To request authorization from your vet, click here:

    You can learn more about how Hindquarter Weakness works here:

    Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!

  • My dog is 85 pounds. What hindquarter weakness do you recommend that provides the best value? I do not know the difference or quantity between the capsule, pearl or powder?

    Thank you for your question! The most cost effective product for large dogs is the Hindquarter Weakness 600g powder. However, the manufacturer is slowly discontinuing the 600g powders in favor of the 90g concentrated powders. While the 600g powders are still available, they are more cost effective. The cost per day to give your pet herbs will depend on the dose recommended by your vet. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!

  • Where is this product made? What standards are applied to its manufacture? What is the cost?

    Thank you for your question! Information about Jing Tang's manufacturing process and quality control can be found here: Also, Jing Tang requires us not to print prices on our product pages unless customers are logged in. Since our answer to your question will show up on the product page, please log in to view prices of the items you're looking for. Or, if you don't want to create an account, you can email us at and we can provide the prices. Also, please note the monthly cost depends on your veterinarian's recommended dose. Thank you for supporting Chinese Medicine!