Ming Mu Di Huang Wan


Processed Radix Rehmanniae 18.18%
Processed Fructue Corni 9.09%
Cortex Moutan Radicis 6.82%
Rhizoma Dioscoreae 9.09%
Rhizoma Dioscoreae 9.09%
Poria 6.82%
Rhizoma Alismatie 6.82%
Fructue Lycii 9.09%
Floe Chryeanthemi 6.82%
Radix Angelicae 6.82%
Radix Paeoniae Alba 6.82%
Fructue Tribuli 6.82%
Concha Hliotidis (processed) 9.09%


This is a classic Chinese Medical formula for the treatment of eye disorders that involve a Yin deficiency. This formula will moisten and soothe the body, calm or relax animals and promote the healing of the skin, eye, and other organs. It is primarily directed at treating Yin deficiencies with eye problems.

Chinese Medical Indications:

  • Wind-Heat
  • Kidney Yin Deficiencies
  • Yin Fire Syndromes
  • Liver Yin Deficiencies

Western Medical Indications:

  • A lack of tear production
  • Keratoconjunctivitis secca
  • Corneal Ulcers
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Retinal Degeneration



1-2 pills twice daily, start with one pill twice, and move to two pills twice daily if needed or if the condition is more severe.


2 pills twice daily for each 25 lbs body weight


Grind up pills and give a small pinch twice daily in food (1/32) for every 150 grams of body weight

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