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Jing Tang Testicle Formula 600g Powder

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Jing Tang Testicle Formula 600g Powder  - TCVM Pet Supply

Jing Tang Testicle Formula 600g Powder

Testicle Formula

Size/Quantity: 600g Powder

TCVM Principles: Tonify kidney Qi, Nourish Yin, warm Yang and Kidney Jing

Veterinary authorization required. 

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Ingredients

Ba Ji Tian, Chuan Mu Xiang, Chuan Niu Xi, Fu Ling, Fu Zi,He Shou Wu, Mu Dan Pi, Rou Gui, Shan Yao, Shan Zhu Yu

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What is this product for and what is in it? I have a 4 month old whippet that was bred to be a show dog. One of his testicles has not descended. Will this product help the testicle drop?

    Testicle Formula is used by some vets for this issue. Also, another formula some vets use for undescended testicles is Jing Tang's Epimedium Formula

    The Western medical indications for Testicle Formula are 1) Early fetal death/abortion or 2) Thumps in horses (electrolyte imbalance). 

    The Western medical indications for Epimedium Formula are Stallion infertility, low quantity or quality of sperm, impotence, lower sexual activities, and female infertility. 

    TCVM vets most often recommend formulas based on Eastern indications, which they determine after doing a physical exam. The eastern indications are based on tongue and pulse. 

    Please note - all Jing Tang formulas are used in dogs/cats/horses which is why there is horse info listed with the indications. 

    The Eastern indications for Epimedium are Kidney Yang deficiency, Kidney jing deficiency, weak and deep pulse, or pale and swollen tongue. If your pet has these TCVM signs (determined after exam by a TCVM vet) along with the undescended testicle, Epimedium formula may be the ideal choice. 

    However, this info is just a guideline and it's always up to the authorizing vet to tweak the formulas based on the individual patient's needs after the vet has done an exam. There are some vets who use the formulas in manners slightly different than they are labeled. 

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