SIZE/QUANTITY: Tea pills #200
TCVM PRINCIPLES: Tonifies Qi and Blood, boosts Wei Qi, and supports normal cell division.
INGREDIENTS: Bai Hua She She Cao, Ban Zhi Lian, Chen Pi, Dang Gui, Dang Shen, Huang Qi, Wu Yao, Xuan Shen
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Activated carbon, Botanical wax, talcum
VETERINARY AUTHORIZATION IS REQUIRED.
Regarding ordering the following items: Stasis breaker and Wei Qi - Do you sell in tea pill form, how much grams per tea pill,how many tea pills in a bottle do you sell
Thank you for your question! Stasis Breaker is available in teapill form here and Wei Qi Booster Teapills are available here. Each teapill is 180mg (.18g) and there are 200 teapills in a bottle.
What are the dosing instructions? I have a 5 mo old puppy with localized demodex mange. I want to boost his immune system.
Hi! Thanks for writing. The standard teapill dose is 1-2 pills per 10 lbs body weight twice daily. However, your TCVM vet may recommend a different dose depending on your pet's individual situation.
Hi, my question is just about how to give these. My dog is very small so I don’t know if she would be able to swallow it whole from her food. I wanted to know if this pill is safe enough to crush up & sprinkle into her food? Thank you in advance!
Thank you for your question! Teapills are very tiny pressed herb balls, they are designed especially for small dogs and for cats. Also, you can crush them with a pill crusher and mix with food to make them even more palatable!
I'd like to order multiple bottles now to take advantage of the first time customer discount. What is the expiration date on an unopened bottle bought now please, so I know how many to order. Thanks.
Hi, thanks for your question!
As per the manufacturer, Jing Tang, they do not put expiration dates on their products because the FDA states herbs do not expire when stored properly.
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