Formula from Dr. med. Georg Weidinger from his book "Die Chinesische Hausapotheke" (published by Goldmann Verlag).
Book page 496 - http://www.georgweidinger.com
This mixture brings Qi up tp the Middle (as a signpost upwards: with ear noise by exhaustion, headache - here as a sign that so little flows, that Qi stagnates and causes discomfort - dizziness, discomfort at eyes and ears). Qi deficiency symptoms, especially if one takes everything down: short of breath, puffy and swollen, heavy hardly be lifted from the floor legs, weakness in the legs, pallor, liquid stool, bloating, spontaneous sweating and shortness of breath. Lifting function: in case of persistent fluid stool, discomfort on the legs, sperm loss, in women cold discharge (colorless and odorless, moisture). Unclear elevated body temperature. Accompanying to "difficult to digest therapies" of western medicine.
Radix Astragali Membranacei (Huang Qi), Radix Codonopsitis (DANG SHEN), Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae (BAI ZHU), Radix Angelicae Sinensis (Dang gui), Pericarpium Citri Reticulatae (CHEN PI), Radix Bupleuri (CHAI HU), Radix Glycyrrhizae Uralensis ( ZHI GAN CAO), Radix Puerariae (GE GEN)
Modified Bu Zhong Yi Qi Tang
84 tablets of about 500 mg
2 x daily 4-6 tbl.
Dietary supplements. The names of the symptoms and symptoms that may be named in these Chinese herbal formulas are purely indicative. For an accurate diagnosis, and especially for pregnant and nursing women, we recommend consulting a therapist specializing in Chinese medicine or the family doctor. PHŸTOCOMM can not in any way be held responsible for the improper use of these products. Never exceed the recommended daily dose.