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Bupleurum Entangled Qi by Health Concerns is designed to revitalize the body's lifeforce by clearing out harmful heat and toxins and improving blood circulation. Bupleurum Entangled Qi features a proprietary blending of herbs proven effective at eliminating formations of fatty lumps as well as excess phlegm.

These include bupleurum, red root sage, vaccaria, blue citrus, prunella and taraxacum. This supplement has proven very beneficial for those experiencing mild depression and uterine fibroids.

Individuals who take Bupleurum Entangled Qi on a daily basis can enjoy a number of significant health benefits:

- Helps to clear heat and toxin from the system that causes inflammation and disease
- Helps to nourish the blood and improve the circulation
- Aids in eliminating excess phlegm
- Helps to alleviate fatty lumps in the breasts
- Aids in relieving mild depression

Ingredients: Bupleurum (Chai Hu), Tang-kuei (Dang Gui), Blue Citrus (Qing Pi), Prunella (Xia Ku Cao), Salvia (Dan Shen), Tricosanthes root (Tian Hua Fen), Vaccaria (Wang Bu Liu Xing), White Peony (Bai Shao), Cyperus (Xiang Fu), Ligusticum (Chuan Xiong), Fritallaria (Chuan Bei Mu), Dandelion (Pu Gong Ying), Red Peony (Chi Shao).


BEQ90$25.90




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