SIZE/QUANTITY: Concentrated 90g Powder
TCVM PRINCIPLES: Tonify Qi, nourish Yin, astringently consolidate kidney
INGREDIENTS: Fu Ling, Fu Pen Zi, Huang Qi, Jin Ying Zi, Mu Dan Pi, Rou Gui, Sang Piao Xiao, Shan Yao, Shan Zhu Yu, Shu Di Huang, Ze Xie
Inactive Ingredients: Gluten-free maltodextrin
My dog has decided she doesn't like the concentrated Rehmannia 11. I would like to know more about the tea pills and if I could switch to them, instead. We used to get the regular powder before you switched to the concentrate and she had no problem with that. How many tea pills would she have to take to equal. a dose of the concentrate? Thanks!
Thank you for your question! The teapills have the same active ingredients as the concentrated powder does and are a good substitute for the powder. The teapills are approximately 180mg, so it takes more of them to equal a dose of the concentrated powder. If you administer 1g twice daily in the concentrated powder, this would equal 11-12 teapills total per day.
How much is this product
Thank you for your question! The manufacturer of the herbs, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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!
How much is in a small scoop? This product did not come with scoops and I need dosing for an owner.
Thank you for your question!
Please be informed that we are not the manufacturer, Jing Tang, and they're a separate company from us. However, the small end of the scoop is 0.25g, equivalent to 1/8 tsp.
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