Dang Gui Yin Zi Granules, 200g

Dang Gui Yin Zi Granules, 200g

Dang Gui Yin Zi Granules, 200g

Brand KPC Granules - Formulas
Unit Size 200g bottle
Dosage 1 tsp (2g)
Potency 5:1
Chinese Symptomology Itching that worsens at night and may or may not be accompanied by rash and flaking skin
Actions Nourishes blood, moistens dryness, dispels wind, and alleviates itching
Pattern External wind that has lodged in the body for a long time and has damaged the blood; blood-deficient constitution contracting a wind pathogen
Tongue Pale with thin coating
Pulse Thin and wiry
Chinese name Dang Gui Yin Zi
English name Tangkuei and Tribulus Combination
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This is an important formula in contemporary China for chronic itching skin disorders due to deficiency of blood. In contrast to the principal formula (Xiao feng san), it focuses more strongly on nourishing blood deficiency and wind that arises in the context of deficiency. Xiao feng san, on the other hand, focuses on dispelling wind-damp-heat toxins from the blood vessels.


Serving size: 1 tsp (2g)

Servings per container: 100

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