Zi Shen Ming Mu Tang
Historically used for eye pain in the presence of spirit consumption, Kidney deficiency or scant blood, and for visual dizziness; with modifications, it can be used for for wind-heat and red and swollen eye in patients who are constitutionally yin-blood deficient. Presently, it is used for chronic nervous exhaustion, diminished visual acuity, easily-tired eyes, excessive tearing, itching, or pain in the eyes, and cataracts as well as for constitutionally weak patients who contract wind-heat eye disorders such as conjunctivitis or sties, or patients who suffer pain or swelling following surgery or other invasive procedures at or near the eye.
100g (3.5oz) of the concentrated granules extracted from 500g of the raw herbs.
5g 2 times per day.
Rehmannia Root Tuber (prepared) - Shu Di Huang, Chinese Peony Root w/o Bark - Bai Shao, Dong Quai - Dang Gui, Rehmannia Root Tuber - Sheng Di Huang, Sichuan Lovage Rhizome - Chuan Xiong, Chrysanthemum Flower - Ju Hua, Platycodon Root - Jie Geng, Asian Ginseng (red) - Ren Shen (hong), Gardenia Fruit - Zhi Zi, Fragrant Angelica Root - Bai Zhi, Coptis Rhizome - Huang Lian, Chinese Licorice Root - Gan Cao, Round-Leaf Chaste Tree Fruit - Man Jing Zi, Soft Rush Pith - Deng Xin Cao, Green Tea - Lu Cha