Pinyin Name: Jia Wei Chai Ge Jie Ji Tang
Chinese diagnosis: Wind Cold Invasion Transforming to Wind Heat
Functions: Resolves Wind Cold invasion that turns to Wind Heat as it passes from the Tai Yang to the Yang Ming or from the Wei to the Qi level; strong cooling action, addresses Heat lodged in the muscles, joints and nerves along the back.
- Occasional neck and back discomfort or muscle and joint irritation, stiffness of extremities.
- Supports a healthy nervous system and spinal cord.
- Occasional loss of balance.
- Irritability and restlessness.
- Increased thirst.
- Dry nasal passages, eye redness.
Contraindications: Avoid use in animals with Cold patterns or Yin deficiency
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