Pinyin Name: You Gui Wan


Chinese diagnosis: Kidney Yang Deficiency, Essence Deficiency


Functions: Tonifies Kidney Yang and Essence.



  • Occasional chills, cold extremities, preference for lying in the sun or aversion to cold.
  • Occasional low back and knees weakness or stiffness.
  • Occasional water retention in the lower extremities, loose stools.
  • Occasional urinary incontinence.
  • Supports reproductive health.
  • Supports renal health.


Tongue: Has a purplish cast.


Contraindications: Avoid use in animals with Dampness.



Shu Di Huang (rehmannia root (prepared)); Du Zhong (eucommia bark); Shan Zhu Yu (asiatic cornelian cherry); Bu Gu Zhi (psoralea fruit); Dang Gui Shen (dong quai root); Zhi Fu Zi (sichuan aconite root); Gou Qi Zi (lycium fruit); Rou Gui (chinese cinnamon bark); Shan Yao (chinese yam root); Tu Si Zi (chinese dodder seed)

Eucommia and Rehmannia Combination


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