Ingredients (Pin Yin): Chong wei zi, Huai niu xi, Sheng di huang, E jiao, Dang gui, Gou teng, Tu chen xiang, Chuan xiong, Xia ku cao, Mu dan pi, Tian ma, Da huang, Huang lian, Shui niu jiao, Hu po
Ingredients: Leonurus japonicus fruit, Achyranthes bidentata root, Rehmannia glutinosa root-raw, Equus asinus gelatin, Angelica sinensis root, Uncaria rhynchophylla twig & thorn, Aquilaria sinensis wood, Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome, Prunella vulgaris spike, Paeonia suffruticosa root-bark, Gastrodia elata rhizome, Rheum palmatum root & rhizome, Coptis chinensis rhizome, Bubalus bubalis horn, Succinum resin
TCM Functions: Sedates Liver Yang, Cools Liver Fire, Calms Internal Wind, Invigorates the Blood, Tonifies Blood, Nourishes Liver and Kidney Yin
Standard Dosage: 6 tablets, 2 x per day
Clinical Dosage: Administer half an hour before or one hour after eating. In the initial phases, dosage may be increased to 6-9 tablets 2 times per day, then reduced to a maintenance dose as the formula takes effect. May be used medium-term for a few weeks to a few months. Monitor for signs of Spleen Qi deficiency.Contraindications (all):
Use with caution in Spleen deficient patients with a tendency to loose stools, diarrhea, poor appetite or chronic digestive weakness. Contraindicated for very weak or deficient patients. Use with caution in breast-feeding women as Da huang/rhubarb can pass through the breast milk causing colic and diarrhea in infants. May cause mild abdominal cramping and/or diarrhea in sensitive patients. Use with caution in patients on anti-coagulant therapy. Contraindicated during pregnancy and menstruation, or with hemorrhagic disorders.