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Chinese Herbs (requested information)

Dr. Cheng said:

Could you please give me more information about these Chinese or homeopathic herbal formula's?

Different herbal company's have different names for their particular herbal formula's, and I am not familiar with these specific names.  

If possible could you please list the the brand and the Pin Yin name for these herbs.  

Please post them as a new message if possible,  so that I will see more easily.


Dr.Cheng,
I don't know if this helps or not, but it is all the information i have:

Double P ll
JT Code: B2072
Lot# JT04172008
Net Wt: 100-0.2g capsules
Distributed by Dr. Xie's Jing Tang Herbal, Inc
Reddick, FL 32686

Body Sore
JT Code: B0020
Lot#...none
Net Wt: 1.3oz (36gm) 200 pills
Distributed by Dr. Xie's Jing Tang Herbal, Inc
Reddick, FL 32686

I was told one is used for regaining loss muscle mass, and the other used for regeneration of nerves.
I just wanted a second opinion about these herbs before i give them to Chynna. I'm sorry i couldn't list any ingreidents.

Nan
  











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Dr. Cheng,
Thank you so very much for the information regarding the two particular Chinese Herbs i was inquiring about.

Nan
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Is there a way to buy some of these Chines Herbal Meds? I was going to a vet here in MD that uses items like Fan Xie Ye (Dr Xie Jing Tang) but she was just too expensive & when I went to their web site, they only sell to Vet's. I also woryy that if I don't go thru a vet, I might give my dog something harmful.
Thank you, Ruthie
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Dear Ruthie,

You really need to take your dog to a veterinary herbalist/acupuncturist for their expertise in choosing the correct herbal formula for your dog.  Without the vet's expertise you will be shooting in the dark.  There are literally 1000's of herbal formulas, and there could be dozens for the problem being treated.  Often the herbal formula's must be tweaked for the specific patient.

Once your vet has prescribed the herbal formula that is helping, you may be able to do a search for a specific formula online and find a site with the same herbal formula that sells to the public, but caution is advised.  Many herbal formula's that come directly from China may be contaminated with heavy metals or toxic fillers.
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