Qi Ju Di Huang Wan is a good first choice for computer users. Staring at a computer for too long depletes the “liver blood” (the liver energy goes to the eyes) and makes them dry. Its like pre-menopause for your vision but instead of hot flashes you get tired, dry and fuzzy vision.
(I admit I often call this formula Qi DU Di Huang Wan- no idea if that is an alternative name or not.)
熟地黄 cooked rehmannia root, prepared Chinese foxglove root Rehmanniae Radix preparata
山藥 dioscorea rhizome, Chinese yam Dioscoreae Rhizoma
Asiatic cornelian cherry fruit, cornus Corni Fructus
茯苓 sclerotium of tuckahoe, China root, hoelen, Indian bread Poria Cocos
澤瀉 alisma rhizome, water plantain Rhizoma Alismatis Orientalis
牡丹皮 moutan root bark, tree peony root bark Cortex Moutan Radicis
The herbs above make up the formula Liu Wei di Huang Wan with the addition of moistening herbs including Gou Qi Zi and Ju Hua/ Chrysanthemum to help.
Gou qi zi – juju berries
Ju hua – Chrysanthemum
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100 grams granules: $34, 200 grams granules: $60, 100 capsules (50 grams): $35, 200 capsules (100 grams): $58, 5 bottles 200 grams granules: $275, 5 bottles 200 capsules: $260
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