Chai Hu Long Gu Mu Li Tang
Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell
Draconis is latin for Dragon.
This is the classical, unmodified version of Chai Hu Long Gu Mu Li Tang. Ban xia, Chai Hu, Dang Shen, Zhe Shi, Fu ling, Gui zhi, Huang qin, Long gu, Mu li, Yuan Zhi, Sheng jiang, Da huang, Da Zao
Pinellia rhizome, Bupleurum root, Codonopsis root, Hematite, Poria, Cinnamon twig, Skullcap root, Os
draconis, Ostrea gigas, Poygala Root, Rhubarb Rhizome, Ginger rhizome
Other Ingredients: Water, Ethanol, Acacia Vera, Honey
Calms the spirit, harmonizes the shao yang.
This tincture can be administered at any time. A standard dose is 1 tsp 2x/day. In acute cases, dosage may be increased up to 2 tsp 2x/day. Once acute symptoms are resolved this formula should be discontinued, or combined with an appropriate constitutional formula.
Da Huang may cause loose stool is those with spleen qi deficiency. Caution during pregnancy and deficiency conditions.