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Health Concerns - Eight Treasures - 90 tabs
Health Concerns - Eight Treasures - 90 tabs
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Product Code: ET90


Health Concerns Eight Treasures

Eight Treasures, also known as Ba Zhen Tang (modified) is useful in addressing issues related to the blood and liver blood deficiency.

What it is best for:

Chinese Therapeutic Effects:

  • Tonify Qi and blood
  • Move the blood

Eight Treasures is helpful for the following blood related symptoms:

  • Post menstrual fatigue
  • Blurry or weak vision
  • Poor nails
  • Irregular menses
  • Delayed menses
  • supports fertility
  • Spots in Vision
  • Dizziness
  • Constipation
  • abnormal blood function
  • Amenorrhea
  • Reduced appetite
  • Shortness of breath
  • Veritgo
  • Poor circulation

Why it works:

Eight Treasures is a formula which is indicated for lack of both Qi and blood. The formula is the combination of two smaller formulas, The Four Gentlemen (Si Jun Zi Tang), to tonify Qi, and The Four Substances (Si Wu Tang) to tonify blood. Codonopsis (dang shen) tonifies the Qi while rehmannia (shu di huang) nourishes the blood. White atractylodes (bai zhu) and poria (fu ling) strengthen the spleen and remove dampness thereby assisting codonopsis. White peony (bai shao) and tang kuei (dang gui) nourish the blood and assist rehmannia in this capacity. An additional herb, spatholobus (ji xue teng) has been added to enhance the formula's ability to both move and tonify the blood. Along with ligusticum (chuan xiong), the formula now takes on the increased ability to create new blood, making it valuable to athletic performers who tend to have exhausted blood. Licorice (zhi gan cao) tonifies the Qi and harmonizes the middle burner. Ginger (gan jiang) and red date (da zao) regulate the absorbing function of the spleen and stomach.


Pin Yin English
Bai Shao Peony (White)
Bai Zhu Atractylodes (Alba)
Chuan Xiong Ligusticum
Da Zao (Red) Jujube - dates(Red)
Dang Gui (Shen) Tangkuei
Dang Shen Codonopsis
Fu Ling Poria
Gan Jiang Ginger - Dried
Ji Xue Teng Milettia
Shu Di Huang Rehmannia (Cooked)
Zhi Gan Cao Licorice (Baked)

How you use it:

3 tablets, three times a day, between meals 90 tablets, 750 mg, 10 day supply

Contraindictions: Pregnancy and excess conditions

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