What is Ming Mu Di Huang?
Ming Mu Di Huang is a TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) herbal blend for helping chronic eye problems in dogs, cats, and horses.
The Western Medical indications for Ming Mu Di Huang are:
- Chronic uveitis
- Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU)
- Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS)
Eastern medicine evaluates health challenges a little differently than Western medicine does.
The Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine indications for Ming Mu Di Huang are:
- Chronic eye problems
- Dry skin
- Hot ears
- Hot feet
- Kidney/Liver Qi Deficiency
- Panting excessively (especially spontaneous outbursts at night)
- Excessive thirst and urination
- Thready, fast pulse
- Dry, red tongue
How Does Ming Mu Di Huang Help Chronic Eye Problems in Dogs, Cats, and Horses?
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine philosophy is very different than our standard Western medical philosophy.
TCVM focuses on balance and finding the root cause of health challenges rather than simply masking symptoms with prescription medicines.
Through Eastern examination techniques, Dr. Smith chooses herbal blends to treat your pet’s symptoms.
And, at the same time the herbs correct the energetic imbalances causing the symptoms.
Ming Mu Di Hang is only one of the many TCVM herbal blends available for Dr. Smith to choose from based on the results of the Eastern exam.
Ming Mu Di Huang is a specially-formulated herbal blend. Thee herbs work synergistically alleviating the symptoms of chronic eye problems, while at the same time addressing the underlying causes.
The Chinese principles of treatment for Ming Mu Di Huang are:
- Nourishing Liver/Kidney Yin
- Clearing Heat
- Brighten eyes
What Herbs are in Mi Mu Di Huang?
The main ingredients in the Mi Mu Di Huang formula are:
- Bai Ji Li (Tribulus) to clear Heat and brighten eyes
- Chai Hu (Bupleurum) to soothe Liver and clear Wind-Heat
- Dang Gui (Angelica) to nourish Blood
- Fu Ling (Poria) to drain Damp and strengthen Spleen
- Gou Qi Zi (Lycium Chinesis Fructus) to nourish Liver Yin and benefit the eyes
- Mu Dan Pi (Moutan) to cool Liver
- Shan Yao (Dioscorea) to tonify Qi and nourish Kidney Jing
- Shan Zhu Yu (Cornus) to nourish Yin
- Sheng Di Huang (Rehmannia) to nourish Yin, cool Blood, and clear Heat
- Shu Di Huang (Rehmannia) to nourish Yin, Blood, and Jing
- Wu Wei Zi (Shisandra) to consolidate and nourish Lung Yin
- Ze Xie (Alisma) to drain Damp and clear Kidney False Fire
This herbal blend is derived from the ancient Chinese herbal formula Ming Mu Di Huang Wan from Shen Shi Yao Han which was written in 1644 by Fu Ren Yu.
Our clients have seen wonderful improvements in the health conditions of their pets using herbal blends to take care of a variety of health issues.
Please contact our clinic at any time if you have questions about herbal remedies!
Source: Dr. Xie’s Jing Tang Herbal