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Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin Extract Tablets

Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin Extract Tablets

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Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin Extract Tablets 《Kracie Kampo》

Japanese:桂枝茯苓丸加ヨク苡仁- Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin
Chinese:桂枝茯苓丸 Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan 加 薏苡仁 Yìyǐ rén

Internal capacity

48 tablets

Prescription commentary

“Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin” is a formulation in which yokuinin (coix seeds), which is commonly used to treat rough skin and similar problems, is added to "keishibukuryogan".

This medicine is effective for the treatment of menstrual irregularities associated with hot flashes and chills, spots on the skin, acne, etc.
Film-coated tablets that are easy to swallow.


Take the following dosages 2 times a day with water or warm water before or between meals.

Adult (15 years old and over)
4 tablets
Under 14 years old 7 years old and over
3 tablets
Under 7 years old 5 years old and over
2 tablets
Less than 5 years
Do not use

Ingredient name/ingredient display

The daily dose of 8 tablets (342 mg/tablet) contains 1,800 mg of Keishibukuryoganryokayokuinin extract powder from the following mixed crude drugs;
Cinnamon Bark 2.0 g, Poria Sclerotium 2.0 g, Moutan Bark 2.0 g, Peach Kernel 2.0 g, Peony Root 2.0 g, Coix Seed 5.0 g.
As inactive ingredients, this medicine contains Silicon Dioxide, Croscarmellose Sodium, Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Hypromellose, Titanium Oxide, and Carnauba Wax.

medicinal effect

Following symptoms in persons with adequate physical strength who sometimes complain of lower abdominal pain, stiff shoulders, heavy head, dizziness, hot flashes, and/or over-sensitiveness of feet to cold: Acne, spots on the skin, rough skin of limbs (eczema/dermatitis of limb), menstrual irregularity, and chi-no-michi-sho*.
*Chi-no-michi-sho is a generic term for neuropsychiatric symptoms such as anxiety and irritation, and physical symptoms due to fluctuation of female hormones caused by menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause.







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