SIZE/QUANTITY: Tea pills #200
TCVM PRINCIPLES: Nourish Heart Yin and Blood, calm down Shen, and soothe Liver Qi
INGREDIENTS: Bai Shao Yao, Bai Zi Ren, Chai Hu, Dan Shen, Dang Gui, Fu Shen, Mai Men Dong, Mu Li (Shu), Qing Pi, Suan Zao Ren (Sheng), Tian Men Dong, Wu Wei Zi, Xiang Fu, Xuan Shen, Ye Jiao Teng, Yuan Zhi
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Activated carbon, Botanical wax, talcum
The bottle says this is for dogs and cats but are these ingredients suitable for human use, in the strength and combination of herbs? Are there undesirable side-effects in human consumption?
Thank you for your question! The Jing Tang formulas are formulated for cats, dogs, and horses only, so we're not sure if they would work in a human. One company you may want to check out is Kan Herbals. They offer formulas for dogs, cats, horses, and humans. We carry their Kan Essentials line, which is all safe for humans. However, they have other lines that we do not carry that you can find in other stores. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Medicine!
Approximately how many days or weeks or months might it take before I see any improvement, if at all? I give my 13lb dog 2 pills twice a day. I can ask my prescribing Veterinarian but would like to know from the source directly. Thank you.
Thank you for your question! Chinese Herbs are very gentle and slow-acting, so their effects are seen gradually rather than right away. This can also differ for each pet depending on their condition. It may take up to a month or more before optimal effects are seen. We recommend checking with your vet too. They can give you the most accurate estimate since they are most familiar with your dog's individual condition. Thank you for supporting Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine!
Hi. I have the product, which I purchased quite some time ago. The lot number is 901201700004. What is the expiration date? Thanks!
Thank you for your question! The Jing Tang herbal products are good for three years from the time they are sold.
I have a 15 1/2 year old small dog that has had issues with her legs shaking. This is due to her age and her joints but the veterinarian thought she could benefit from Jing Tang Shen herbal calmer in situations like visiting the vet and going to the groomer. She has been on it for at least a couple of months now and I do see a difference especially in these two situations. Formerly as she stood, her back legs would shake, but I even see a lesser degree of this now. I am hopeful it will continue to help her, perhaps even more as time goes on since herbs are never a 'quick fix'.
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