Click to enlargeLanzhou Foguang Foci - Qi Ju Di Huang Wan - 200 teapills

Lycium, Chrysanthemum, Rehmannia Pills

Qi Ju Di Huang Wan by Lanzhou Foguang Foci is used to support the health of the liver, kidneys, inner ear and circulatory system. Used for dry eyes.

Western Symptomatology: Vision problems due to deficiency of Kidney Yin or Qi. Symptoms include blurry vision, dry and painful eyes, pressure behind the eyes, and poor night vision. Also applicable for dizziness, headaches, pain behind eyes, outburts of anger, heat in palms, restlessness and insomnia.

Suggested Use: 8 pills 3 times daily.

Symptomatology: Blepharitis; Chronic ocular disorders; Conjunctivitis; Dry eyes; Eye fatigue; Night blindness; Photophobia; Dizziness; Headache; Hot palms and soles; Insomnia; Irritability; Lacrimation when exposed to wind or drafts; Ocular pain; Restlessness.

Benefits: Kidney and Liver yin deficiency in which Liver deficiency is the predominant aspect.

Patterns: Liver yin deficiency; Kidney yin deficiency

Tongue: Red with thin coating

Pulse: Thin and wiry

Ingredients: Mature Lycium Fruit, Chrysanthemum Flower Head, Prepared Rehmannia Root, Mature Asiatic Dogwood Fruit (Without Seeds), Tree Peony Bark, Chinese Yam Root and Stem, Poria Sclerotium, Alisma Tuber. Inactive ingredients: starch.


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