|Dosage||This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 1 tsp nightly. In acute cases, dosage may be increased up to 3 tsp nightly.|
|Actions||Calms the spirit, harmonizes the shao yang, clears heat, nourishes blood, nourishes the heart.|
|CAUTION||Da Huang may cause loose stool is those with spleen qi deficiency. Caution during pregnancy and deficiency conditions.|
|Chinese name||Chai Hu Long Gu Mu Li Tang plus Zuan Zao Ren Tang|
|English name||Bupleurum Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell Combination plus Zizyphus Formula|
This is a combination of the classical, unmodified formulas: Chai Hu Long Gu Mu Li Tang and Suan Zao Ren Tang.
The name Lunalux is derived from the latin word "luna" meaning "moon" and the latin word "lux" meaning "light". "Moonlight" is an apt name for this formula's ability to help promote sleep and rest.
Suan Zao Ren, Fu ling, Chuan Xiong, Zhi Mu, Chai hu, Ban xia, Long gu, Mu li, Zhe Shi, Gui zhi, Huang qin, Da huang, Dang shen, Da zao, Gan Cao.
Zizyphus seed, poria, lovage root, Anemarrhena rhizome, Pinellia rhizome, Bupleurum root, fossilized bone, oyster shell, hematite, Cinnamon twig, skullcap root, Rhubarb Rhizome, codonopsis, jujube, Licorice root