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Ming Mu Di Huang Wan (200)

Ming Mu Di Huang Wan, Rehmannia Bolus for Improving Eyesight, concentrated, dietary herbal supplement, 200-pill pack, 160 mg each pill, Manufactured by Lanzhou Traditional Herbs, Gansu, China

Ingredients: Prepared rehmannia root, dogwood fruit, moutan bark, Chinese yam, poria, oriental water plantain rhizome, wolfberry fruit, chrysanthemum flower, Chinese angelica root, tribulus fruit, abalone shell, white peony root. The recipe originates in A Precious Book of Ophthalmology.

Actions: Nourishing the kidney and liver to improve eyesight.

Indications: Severe dizziness, blurred vision and dry eyes. Deficiency of the liver-yin and kidney-yin, manifested as xenophthalmia, photophobia, blurred vision, epiphora induced by wind and night blindness. It is indicated for central retinitis, optic neuritis, vitreous opacity and others marked by the above syndrome.

Manifestations

Explanations

Blurred vision and dizziness
Tinnitis and deafness

Yin deficiency in the liver and kidneys which cannot nourish the ears and eyes.

    

 

 

 

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