Precious Sea General Qi and Blood tonic
Dang Gui Radix Angelicae Sinensis
Shu Di Huang Radix Rehmanniae Preparata
Bai Shao Radix Paeoniae Alba
Chuan Xiong Rhizoma Chuanxiong
Bai Zhu Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae
Ren Shen Radix Ginseng
Fu Ling Poria
Zhi Gan Cao Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis Preparata
Dang Shen Radix Codonopsis
Huang Qi Radix Astragali
Yi Mu Cao Herba Leonuri
Xiang Fu Rhizoma Cyperi
Shou Wu Radix Polygoni Multiflori Preparata
Gou Qi Zi Fructus Lycii Chinensis
Tu Si Zi Semen Cuscutae
Huang Jing Rhizoma Polygonati
Bai Zi Ren Semen Biotae
Pattern: Qi and Blood deficiency, Kidney deficiency.
Action: Tonify Qi, nourish Blood, tonify the Kidneys.
Indications: Tiredness, debility, weariness, depression, loose stools, poor appetite, blurred vision, tingling of limbs, insomnia, poor memory, dizziness, scanty periods or heavy periods, amenorrhoea, irregular periods, pale complexion, palpitations, backache, low libido, infertility.
Pulse: Choppy or weak.
Classical antecedent: Yi Mu Ba Zhen Tang Leonorus Eight Precious Decoction.
The dosage of herbal remedies is subject to many variables such as age, weight and digestive system condition of the patient. The recommended range of dosage for an adult is 10-30 drops 2-3 times a day, i.e. between 20 and 90 drops a day. Generally speaking, one uses higher doses for acute cases and lower ones for chronic cases.
The above suggested dosage should be reduced in children and the elderly (in proportion to their age) and also in patients whose digestive system is weak.