Dragons Blood Liniment (4 fl oz) (Blue Poppy)

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Reference Name*:

(For your records)

Formula Label Name:

(To be printed on label)

Pharmacy Instructions:
Kamwo Suggestions:
dosing instructions
Manufacturer Label Unit Size:
4 oz.
Manufacturer Label Dosages:
Apply liberally to the affected area 3-5 times per day.

Manufacture spoonful (1.0g)

Capsule (0.7g)

Times Daily:
Number of Days:
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Custom Instructions:

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about why should I create a custom label?

Manage patient dosing by specifying number of refills.

Prevent patient from self-medicating (without practitioner consultation) by buying medicine with manufacture label.

Add retainer (for practitioner effort) with a total price that is above product's retail price.

PATIENT NAME: The name of the patient whom this product is intended to be used by.
Formula Label Name: Name of the formula used in the prescription.
Unit Size: Size of the prescription, based on grams and the number of bottles.
Custom Practitioner Dosing Instructions: Choose from preloaded instructions or create your own set.
Date Filled: The date that the prescription was filled for the patient.
Expiration Date: The date that the product is best used by.
Rx Number: Number allocated with the prescription.
Practitioner Name: The patient's prescribing Practitioner's full name.
Patent Formula Name
Dragons Blood Liniment
Alternative Name
Product Line
Blue Poppy
Dosage Forms
Unit Size
4 oz.
Apply liberally to the affected area 3-5 times per day.
Allergy Warning

Isopropyl alcohol Xue Jie (Sanguis Draconis)

Song Jie (Lignum Pini Nodi)

Ru Xiang (Olibanum)

Mo Yao (Myrrha)

Da Huang (Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei)

Hong Hua (Flos Carthami)

Su Mu (Lignum Sappan)

Tian San Qi (Pseudogenseng)

Zhang Nao (Camphora)

Bing Pian (Borneolum)