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.
| Bai Shao Yao
| Dang Gui
| Dang Shen
| Feng Hua Fen
| Gan Cao
| He Shou Wu
| Huang Qi
| Mu Dan Pi
| Shan Zha