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Lift the Qi, 4 Oz.
Lift the Qi, 4 Oz.
|Brand||Kan Essentials Veterinarian Formulas|
|Unit Size||4 Ounce|
|Dosage||Varies, depending on the animal's sensitivity to the herbs, condition classification as acute or chronic, and animal compliance with formula administration. Consult a veterinary professional or the Kan Essentials website for final dosage selection.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Anxiety, separation anxiety, emotional sensitivities such as noise, phobias, fear, aggression and mild territoriality, sluggishness, fatigue, tired limbs, digestive disturbances, loss of appetite, immune deficiency, occasional diarrhea and constipation, occasional insomnia or restless sleep, occasional depression|
|Actions||Supplements original Qi, raises sinking Spleen Qi, nourishes Liver Blood, moves Liver Qi, support the immune system.|
|Pattern||Supplements original Qi, raises sinking Spleen Qi, nourishes Liver Blood, moves Liver Qi, harmonizes Liver and Spleen Qi, support the immune system|
|Tongue||The tongue is often pale or lavender|
|Pulse||The pulse is often toned and usually relaxes immediately upon acupuncture of Spleen 4|
|Chinese name||Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang|
|English name||Ginseng and Astragalus Combination|
Chinese Herbs for Pets
|Vet Homeopathics/Flower Essences||No|
|Veterinary Charts & Models|
|Pet Food & Treats|
|Vet Bodily Areas & Functions||
|Description||Supplements original Qi, raises sinking Spleen Qi, nourishes Liver Blood, moves Liver Qi, harmonizes Liver and Spleen Qi, support the immune system|
|Ingredients||Shi zhu hong ren shen - Chinese red ginseng root Dang qui shen - Dong quai root Huang Qi - Astragalus root Bai zhu - White atractylodes rhizome Chai hu - Bupleurum root Chen pi - Tangerine dried rind of mature fruit Gan cao - Chinese licorice root Sheng ma - Chinese cimicfuga rhizome|