Summary

  • Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to
    • Tonify the qi
    • Strengthen the spleen
    • Calm the spirit
  • Formula name: gui pi tang

Dosage & warnings

3 capsules twice daily 1 hour away from food

Please seek the advice of a registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioner if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you

Only take as directed.

Formulation

Ingredient
Astragalus membranaceus ext. (Huang Qi)
ext. equiv. dry (root)
38.79 mg
232.74 mg
Codonopsis pilosula ext. (Mi Zhi Dang Shen)
ext. equiv. dry (root)
38.79 mg
232.74 mg
Atractylodes macrocephala ext. (Bai Zhu)
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
31.02 mg
186.12 mg
Angelica polymorpha ext. (Dong quai)
ext. equiv. dry (root)
31.02 mg
186.12 mg
Poria cocos ext. (Fu Ling)
ext. equiv. dry (fruiting body)
31.02 mg
186.12 mg
Ziziphus jujuba ext. (Hong Zao)
ext. equiv. dry (fruit)
25.86 mg
155.16 mg
Cyperus rotundus ext. (Xiang Fu)
ext. equiv. dry (rhizome)
23.28 mg
139.68 mg
Ziziphus jujuba var. spinosa ext. (Da Zao)
ext. equiv. dry (seed)
23.28 mg
139.68 mg
Dimocarpus longan ext.
ext. equiv. dry (fruit flesh)
23.28 mg
139.68 mg
Polygala sibirica ext. (Yuan Zhi)
ext. equiv. dry (root)
12.96 mg
77.76 mg
Glycyrrhiza uralensis ext. (Gan Cao)
ext. equiv. dry (root)
12.93 mg
77.58 mg
Zingiber officinale ext. (Sheng Jiang)
ext. equiv. fresh (rhizome)
7.77 mg
46.62 mg

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This product is listed with the TGA - AustL 166941. The TGA publishes product info, including excipients under the "Other ingredients" subheading (not typically listed on the product label). Download the TGA public summary below.