Sea of Qi Formula (Qi Hai Yao Fang)

Cuscutae Semen (Chinese Dodder Seed, Chinese Cuscuta / Tu Si Zi) 11.5%
Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma (White Atractylodes Rhizome / Bai Zhu) 9.2%
Poria (Poria, Hoelen, Tuckahoe / Fu Ling) 9.2%
Dioscoreae Rhizoma (Chinese Yam / Shan Yao) 9.2%
Corni Fructus (Asiatic Dogwood Fruit, Asiatic Cornel / Shan Zhu Yu) 9.2%
Alismatis Rhizoma (Asian Water Plantain / Ze Xie) 9.2%
Zingiberis Rhizoma (Ginger, dried / Gan Jiang) 7.6%
Psoraleae Fructus (Psoralea Fruit / Bu Gu Zhi) 7.6%
Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium (Tangerine Peel / Chen Pi) 6.9%
Ginseng Radix (Asian Ginseng Root / Ren Shen) 5.3%
Glycyrrhizae Radix (Chinese Licorice Root / Gan Cao) 5.3%
Vladimiria Radix (Vladimiria Root / Chuan Mu Xiang) 5.3%
Cinnamomi Cortex (Cassia Bark, Chinese Cinnamon / Rou Gui) 4.5%

Chinese Medical Actions 
Warms and supplements the middle burner, warms the kidneys, supplements qi, and yang, strengthens spleen and kidney yang.

Abdomen, cold sensation in
Appetite, loss of
Cold hands and feet
Cold, sensitivity to
Cough, with white sputum
Menstruation, prolonged
Urinary incontinence
Urination, excessive
Vaginal discharge, white or clear
Weak limbs
Weakness, generalized

Tongue: Pale, may be swollen.
Pulse: Slow and weak.

Contraindications: USE WITH CAUTION DURING PREGNANCY. Do not use in the absence of deficient yang.

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