Pinyin Name: Bu Gan Tang
Chinese diagnosis: Liver Blood Deficiency, Liver Yin Deficiency, Liver Yang Rising
Functions: Tonifies Liver Blood and Yin, subdues Liver Yang
- Occasional muscle twitches, tight or bunched muscles or neck spasm.
- Occasional irritability, noise sensitivity, timidity, separation anxiety, territoriality, mild fear aggression.
- Fine, powdery dander; low-grade itch.
- Supports healthy liver enzyme levels.
- Occasional forelimb weakness.
- Weight loss despite good appetite.
- Supports healthy skin.
Tongue: Pale or lavender.
Contraindications: Avoid use in animals with signs of Dampness.
Shu Di Huang (rehmannia root (prepared));
Bai Shao (white peony root);
Dang Gui Shen (dong quai root);
Mu Gua (chinese quince fruit);
Chuan Xiong (sichuan lovage fruit);
Gan Cao (chinese licorice root);
Suan Zao Ren (Chao) (sour jujube seed);
Kai Men Dong (ophiopogon tuber)