Kids – Teething Formula


For relief of the discomfort and distress due to teething.

Formula: Xiao Er Ning Ye Chong Ji 


Key herbs:

Shan Zha – traditionally used to reduce food stagnation

Gu Ya – traditionally used to reduce food stagnation and strengthen the stomach

Bai Shao – traditionally used to nourish the blood, calm the liver yang and preserve yin

Fu Shen – traditionally used to calm the spirit and strengthen the spleen

Gou Teng – traditionally used to drain liver heat and pacify liver yang, extinguish wind



Shan Zha, Crataegus cuneata 139.552 mg/g Equivalent: Crataegus cuneata (Dry) 187 mg/g

Zhi Zi, Gardenia jasminoides 46.269 mg/g Equivalent: Gardenia jasminoides (Dry) 62 mg/g

Gan Cao, Glycyrrhiza uralensis 46.269 mg/g Equivalent: Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Dry) 62 mg/g

Deng, Xin Cao, Juncus effusus 46.269 mg/g Equivalent: Juncus effusus (Dry) 62 mg/g

Dan Zhu Ye, Lophatherum gracile 46.269 mg/g Equivalent: Lophatherum gracile (Dry) 62 mg/g

Mai Dong, Ophiopogon japonicus 70.149 mg/g Equivalent: Ophiopogon japonicus (Dry) 94 mg/g

Gu Ya, Oryza sativa 139.552 mg/g Equivalent: Oryza sativa (Dry) 187 mg/g

Bai Shao, Paeonia lactiflora 139.552 mg/g Equivalent: Paeonia lactiflora (Dry) 187 mg/g

Fu Shen, Poria cocos 139.552 mg/g Equivalent: Poria cocos (Dry) 187 mg/g

Wu Wei Zi, Schisandra chinensis 46.269 mg/g Equivalent: Schisandra chinensis (Dry) 62 mg/g

Gou Teng, Uncaria rhyncophylla 139.552 mg/g Equivalent: Uncaria rhyncophylla (Dry) 187 mg/g

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