R E S T O R A T I V E . T A B L E T S

General Activities
nourish kidney/liver, clear deficiency heat

Sample Indications for Use
menopausal syndrome, diseases associated with deficiency

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Ganoderma 18 for essence deficiency
Eucommia 18 for osteoporosis
Chien Li Tablets for weakening or clouding of vision
Antler 8 for bone marrow depression causing anaemia
Haliotis 10, Anemarrhena Tablets, Picrorrhiza 11, or Tortoise Shell Tablets for menopausal symptoms
Astragalus 16 for tuberculosis or chronic pneumonia
Eupolyphaga Tablets for consumptive disorder with blood stasis

This formula is intended for long term use, several months, in treating menopausal symptoms, chronic infection, or any other syndrome of deficient qi and yin

Manufacturing Specifications
Crude herbs are powdered and formed into 700 mg tablets. Bottling of 100, 250, and 420 tablets.

Explanatory Notes
Restorative Tablets is a derivative of the well known Ming Dynasty formula made into a popular patent called Heche Dazao Wan (Placenta Restorative Pills). That original formula was devised for treatment of qi and yin deficiency with mild fever and sweating. Indications may include dizziness, tinnitus, weakness and tiredness of the legs, aching in the lower back or waist, fatigue, low grade fever (especially in the afternoon), red cheeks or hot flushed face, and night sweats. This syndrome, which is essentially the one treated by Astragalus 16, but includes liver/kidney deficiency, often arose in patients with chronic diseases, such as tuberculosis, diabetes, hepatitis, hyperthyroidism, and nephritis. Heche Dazao Wan was adopted in recent times for treatment of menopausal syndrome, which is often manifest as yin and blood deficiency with hot flashes (instead of fever) and sweating. The combination of rehmannia, ligustrum, cornus, tang kuei, peony, and cuscuta nourishes the blood and essence: these herbs are frequently mentioned by Chinese physicians for treatment of menopause as well as other conditions associated with aging. According to Chinese reports, such herbs can restore the body’s ability to produce hormones and respond efficiently to low levels of hormones. In the case of menopausal women, the estrogens are produced to some extent by the ovaries, adrenal glands, and fat cells. See also Iridoid Complex (White Tiger), which has extracts of herbs with iridoid glycosides that appear effective in treating menopausal symptoms. Soy isoflavones (see Genistemma, White Tiger) have also been reported to reduce menopausal symptoms and help prevent osteoporosis.

Rehmannia, Tortoise shell, Astragalus, Anemarrhena, Alisma, Tang kuei, Peony, Eucommia, Ophiopogon, Aquilaria, Phellodendron, Cornus, Ligustrum, Cuscuta
Pin Yin
dihang, guiban, huangqi, zhimu, zexie, danggui, baishao, duzhong, maimendong, chenxiang, huangbai, wuzhuyu, nuzhenzi, tusizi