|Unit Size||90 capsules, 750 mg, 10 day supply|
|Dosage||3 capsules, 3 times per day, between meals|
|Potency||not disclosed - unknown|
|Contraindications||Pregnancy and excess conditions|
|Chinese Symptomology||Tonifies Qi and Blood, Moves the Blood|
|Actions||1. Addresses fatigue, sallow complexion, reduced appetite, spots before the eyes, cold limbs, shortness of breath, light headedness or vertigo. 2. Treats anemia from chronic illness or blood loss. If signs or symptoms indicate, this formula will treat del|
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|Chinese name||Ba Zhen Tang|
|English name||Eight Treasures (Tang Kuei and Ginseng Eight Herbal Supplement)|
This formula is indicated for lack of both Qi and blood. The formula is the combination of two smaller formulas. The Four Gentlemen (Si Jun Zi Tang), to tonify Qi, and The Four Substances (Si Wu Tang) to tonify blood.
Dang Shen (Codonopsis Root) Bai Zhu (White Atractylodes rhizome) Fu Ling (Poria sclerotium) Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia (cooked) root) Bai Shao (White Peony root) Dang Gui (Tang Kuei root) Chuan Xiong (Ligusticum root) Ji Xue Teng (Spantholobus stem) Zhi Gan Cao (Baked Licorice root) Gan Jiang (Ginger Rhizome) Da Zao (Red dates)