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Min Shan – Ming Mu Di Huang Wan

Min Shan – Ming Mu Di Huang Wan is for use with vision problems rooted in deficiency (e.g. blurry vision, poor night vision, eyestrain, dry eyes, light sensitivity, etc…). Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

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Ming Mu Di Huang Wan – by Min Shan:

Ming Mu Di Huang Wan – by Min Shan is a Chinese Herbal Medicine formula recommended for those with poor vision, dry eyes, and blurred vision. It starts with the classical TCM formula (Liu Wei Di Huang Wan (Six Flavor Rehmannia)) as a base formula and then adds several herbs that further tonify and strengthen the Liver, which, according to TCM theory, is the organ that needs to be fully nourished in order to promote strong, healthy eyes and clear vision.

Ming Mu Di Huang Teapills may be used for the following:

Ming Mu Di Huang Teapills for Pets (Dogs, Cats, Horses)

Ming Mu Di Huang is a TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) herbal blend that helps chronic eye problems in dogs, cats, and horses. Ming Mu Di Huang is an herbal blend specially formulated with herbs specifically chosen to work synergistically to relieve symptoms of chronic uveitis, diabetes, equine recurrent uveitis, glaucoma, hypertension, and keratoconjunctivitis sicca.

Herbal Ingredients found in Ming Mu Di Huang Wan – by Min Shan

Other Ingredients: Hydrated magnesium silicate, Dextrin, China wax

Dosage Instructions for Ming Mu Di Huang Wan – by Min Shan

Take 8 teapills, 3x/day (or as directed by your healthcare practitioners).

Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

About Min Shan Brand Herbs:

Mayway is also the proud and sole distributor for the original Lanzhou Foci, Min Shan teapills in the U.S. Widely viewed as the highest quality teapills in China and the world, Min Shan teapills have been produced at the Lanzhou Foci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd, since 1929. They pioneered the manufacturing of extracted teapills, and their products are the genuine and original Lanzhou Pills. Their domestic and internationally GMP certified factory and products have won numerous awards for quality and excellence. Each batch of Min Shan teapills is tested for microbials, heavy metals, and a host of other important quality control parameters.

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