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Qi Ju Di Huang Wan (200 x 12)

Qi Ju Di Huang Wan, concentrated pills of six-ingredient rehmannia with wolfberry and chrysanthemum, dietary herbal supplement, 12 packs, 200-pill pack, 160 mg each pill, Manufactured by Lanzhou Minshan Pharmaceutical Company, Gansu, China

Common-used and effective formula in traditional Chinese medicine to treat yin and blood of deficiency in the liver and kidneys.

Ingredients: Radix Rehmanniae Preparata, Fructus Corni, Rhizoma Dioscoreae, Poria, Coprtex Moutain, Rhizoma Alismatis, Fructus Lycii, Chrysanthemum

Actions:To replenish Yin in the liver and kidneys.

Indications: blurred vision, pain of the eyes, dry eyes, irritated epiphora, dull headach and severe dizziness, ear ring and deaf, hectic fever and night sweat, due to Yin deficiency of the liver and kidneys.

Manifestations

Explanations

Soreness and weakness in the lumbar region and knees
Heel pain

Yin deficiency in the liver and kidneys which cannot nourish the tendons and bones.

Blurred vision and dizziness
Tinnitis and deafness

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

Blurred vision and dizziness
Tinnitis and deafness
Dry mouth and thirst
Toothache and sore throat

Flaring up of fire by Yin deficiency of the liver and kidneys

Afternoon fever
Feverish sensation on the palms, soles and in the chest
Night sweating

Yin deficiency with excessive fire in the interior.

Nocturnal emissions

Fire from yin deficiency disturbing the spermary.

Red tongue with scanty coating
Thready and rapid pulse

Signs of yin deficiency with heat in the interior

    

Applications: Neurosism, retrobulbar neuritis, optic atrophy, central choroido-retinitis, chronic glaucoma.

Directions: Take 8 pills once time, 3 times a day, as a herbal supplement. Avoid taking cold food and food prepared with vinegar when using this Chinese patent medicine.

 

 

 

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