Jing Tang Qi Performance 0.5g Capsule #200

Jing Tang

Qi Performance

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: Equine: 10 to 20 grams twice daily as a top dressing on feed

Dosage for Dog/Cat:
- 0.5 g per 10 to 20 lb body weight
- 0.2 g: 1 to 3 capsules per 10 to 20 lbs body weight twice daily

600g dosage instructions. (200g scoop is the same as the small end of 600g scoop):
1 level plastic scoop (large) in the jar is about 8.5 grams. 1 level plastic scoop (small) in the jar is about 2.5 grams.

Administer as needed. Use for two months before the competition. After the initial treatment, alternate one month off and one month on as needed.

Classical Antecedent:
Ba Zhen Tang (Eight-Treasure Decoction) from Zheng Ti Lei Yao (Catalogue Essentials for Correcting the Body) written by Bi Li-Zhai in 1529.


English Name
Latin Name
   Bai Shao Yao    Paeonia  
   Dang Gui    Angelica  
   Dang Shen    Codonopsis  
   Feng Hua Fen    Apis  
   Gan Cao    Glycyrrhiza  
   He Shou Wu    Polygonum  
   Huang Qi    Astragalus  
   Mu Dan Pi    Moutan  
   Shan Zha    Crataegus