Jing Qi Formula (Jing Qi Pian)

Ligustri Lucidi Fructus (Ligustrum, Privet Fruit / Nu Zhen Zi) 13%
Ecliptae Herba (Eclipta / Han Lian Cao) 13%
Dioscoreae Rhizoma (Chinese Yam / Shan Yao) 13%
Codonopsis Radix (Codonopsis / Dang Shen) 13%
Poria (Poria, Hoelen, Tuckahoe / Fu Ling) 9%
Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma (White Atractylodes Rhizome / Bai Zhu) 6%
Lycii Fructus (Lycium Fruit, Chinese Wolfberry / Gou Qi Zi) 6%
Schisandrae Fructus (Northern Schisandra Fruit / Wu Wei Zi) 5%
Glycyrrhizae Radix (Chinese Licorice Root / Gan Cao) 5%
Bupleuri Radix (Bupleurum Root / Chai Hu) 4%
Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium (Tangerine Peel / Chen Pi) 4%
Cyperi Rhizoma (Cyperus, Nut Grass / Xiang Fu) 3%
Vladimiria Radix (Vladimiria Root / Chuan Mu Xiang) 2%
Zingiberis Rhizoma Recens (Ginger, fresh / Sheng Jiang) 2%
Amomi Fructus Rotundus (Chinese Cardamom / Bai Dou Kou) 2%

Chinese Medical Actions
Nourishes jing (essence), supplements and regulates qi, nourishes kidney and liver yin, moves liver qi stagnation.

Appetite, lack of
Chemotherapy, recovery from
Digestive weakness
Mental fatigue
Nervous exhaustion
Night sweats
Sperm count, low
Sweating, spontaneous
Vision, blurred
Visual acuity, decreased
Weakness, general or after illness

Tongue: Peeled, shiny, slightly red.
Pulse: Thin, rapid.

Contraindications: Do not use with signs of heat or acute wind invasions. With deficiency fire symptoms, use Rehmannia and Scrophularia Formula instead.