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Herbs and actions 

  • Gou Qi Zi-Nourishes and tonifies the liver and Kidneys, brightens eyes and enriches Yin.

  • Ju Hua-Clears the Liver and eyes, calms the Liver and extinguishes Wind.

  • Shu Di Huang-Nourishes Yin and Blood and tonifies the Kidneys.

  • Shan Zhu Yu-Nourishes Kidney Yin and Yang, astringes essence and stops excessive perspiration.

  • Shan Yao-Strengthens the Spleen, stabilizes the Kidneys and nourishes Jing.

  • Fu Ling-Strengthens the Spleen and drains Dampness.

  • Mu Dan Pi-Clears Heat and clears Deficiency Fire.

  • Ze Xie-Promotes urination and prevents Kidney Fire as a result of tonification.


Formula actions 

  • Enriches Yin

  • Nourishes the essence of the Liver and Kidneys

  • Brightens eyes

  • Enriches Blood

  • Increases phagocytic activity

  • Increases lymphatic transformation

  • Increases production of immunoglobins

  • Protects against platelet damage by radiation

  • Protects against Liver damage by chemicals


Clinical Manifestations

  • Dry eyes

  • Diminished visual acuity

  • Photophobia

  • Tearing when exposed to Wind

  • Painful eyes

  • Blurred vision

  • Lower back pain

  • Weakness of the lower back, knees and extremities

  • Spontaneous and nocturnal emissions

  • Light-headedness

  • Vertigo

  • Tinnitus

  • Diminished hearing

  • Five Sole Heat

  • Chronic dry, sore throat

  • Toothache

  • Wasting and thirsting disorder / Xiao Ke

  • Decreased libido


  • Use caution for those with Spleen Deficiency type diarrhea and indigestion with a white greasy tongue coat.

  • Contraindicated for those with Yang Deficiency.

Qi Ju Di Huang Wan - Capsules (100 count)


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