Click to enlargeHealth Concerns - Akebia Moist Heat - 90 tabs

Akebia Moist Heat by Health Concerns is designed to strengthen the kidneys and solve issues related to urinary tract infections and inflammations. Akebia Moist Heat has proven effective at relieving symptoms related to kidney infection, bladder stones, prostatitis, painful urination and cystitis. This formula has been carefully crafted using a unique formulation that promotes healthy urination while draining heat, featuring such potent natural ingredients as akebia, pyrrosia leaf, licorice root, rhubarb and rhizome.

Individuals who take Akebia Moist Heat on a regular basis can enjoy a range of important health benefits:

- Helps to promote kidney health.

- Aids in clearing up urinary tract inflammation and infection.

- Serves as a diuretic.

- Helps to prevent cystitis, prostatitis, bladder stones, painful urination, vaginitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease.

Ingredients: Akebia Trifoliata root* (Mu Tong), Pyrossia flower (Shi Wei), Plantago seed (Che Qian Zi), Dianthus herb (Qu Mai), Lygodium spore (Hai Jin Shu), Gardenia flower (Zhi Zi), Magnesium salts (Hua Shi), Tetrapanax pith (Deng Xing Cao), Licorice root (Gan Cao), Jurinea root (Mu Xiang), wine steamed Rhubarb root, (Zhi Da Huang). Aristolochic acid free.


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