Tsumura Choreito:42 sachets (for two weeks)
|Manufacturer||TSUMURA & CO.|
|Brand||TSUMURA & CO.|
|Shipping Schedule||5 to 10 working days after payment|
TJ-40 is indicated for the relief of the following symptoms of those patients who complain of decreased urine volume, dysuria, and oral dryness:Urethritis, nephritis, renal calculus, blennorrhagic inflammation, micturition pain, hematuria, edema of the lower part of the body from the waist down, feeling of residual urine, and diarrhea
7.5g(3sachets for 1day): Polyporus Sclerotium3.0g, Poria Sclerotium3.0g, Alisma Rhizome3.0g, Talcum crystallinum3.0g, Asinus gelatin3.0g, Crude 2.4g dry extract made from the water extract (water extract Choreito)
This medicine has been prescribed according to your symptoms and constitution.
This Kampo(Japanese traditional herbal) medicine has been prescribed to those patients who complain of decreased urine volume, dysuria, and dry mouth.
It is usually used to treat edema of the lower part of the body from the waist down, feeling of residual urine, symptoms with the urinary tract disease and renal disease, and diarrhea.
The usual adult dose is 7.5 g/day orally in 2 or 3 divided doses before or between meals. The dosage may be adjusted according to the patient's age and body weight, and symptoms.
(1) When TJ-40 is used, the patient’s “SHO” (constitution/symptoms) should be taken into account. The patient’s progress should be carefully monitored, and if no improvement in symptoms/findings is observed, continuous treatment should be avoided.
(2) When TJ-40 is coadministered with other Kampo- preparations (Japanese traditional herbal medicines), etc., attention should be paid to the duplication of the contained crude drugs.
SHO: The term “SHO” refers to a particular pathological status of a patient evaluated by the Kampo diagnosis, and is patterned according to the patient’s constitution, symptoms, etc. Kampo-preparations (Japanese traditional herbal medicines) should be used after confirmation that it is suitable for the identified “SHO” of the patient.