Pinyin Name: Si Wu Xiao Feng Yin


Chinese diagnosis: Wind Heat Invasion of Skin, Liver Blood Deficiency


Functions: Subdues Wind Heat invasion, nourishes Liver Blood



  • Occasional dry, lusterless coat; fine, powdery dander; mild itch; mild skin lesions.
  • Supports healthy coat and skin.
  • Occasional separation anxiety, noise sensitivity, territoriality, timidity.


Tongue: pale or lavender.


Contraindications: Avoid use during pregnancy. Use with caution with Wind Damp Heat



Sheng di huang - Raw rehmannia root

Bai xian pi - Dictamnus root bark

Bo he - Chinese mint herb

Chai hu - Bupleurum root

Chi shao - Chinese red peony root

Chuan xiong - Sichuan lovage rhizome

Hong zao - Red jujube fruit

Dang gui shen - Dong quai root

Du huo - Pubescent angelica root

Fang feng - Siler root

Jing jie - Schizonepeta herb

Dry Derma Relief


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