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Coptis & Evodia Tablets by Seven Forests, also known as known as Zuo Jin Pian, purges fire and disperses stagnant Qi. Coptis & Evodia Tablets are recommended for people to support normal gastrointestinal function.

Coptis is a cold bitter agent that purges fire, while evodia is a hot spicy agent that disperses stagnant qi. The combination is usually prescribed for cases in which the stomach function is distressed by liver qi stagnation and invading fire from the liver. A common manifestation of this liver fire invasion is burning sensation, either in the stomach, in the chest (due to acid reflux), or in the intestines (often accompanied by diarrhea).

Chinese Symptomology: Intestinal Infection

Western Symptomology: Acid Reflux; Gastric Ulcer

Actions: Purge Fire; Disperse Stagnant Qi

- Abdomen Distention
- Supports Normal Gastrointestinal Function

Coptis & Evodia Tablets Ingredients: Coptis, Phellodendron Bark, Scutellaria, Evodia Fruit, Peony (White), Vladimiria (Cultivated), Licorice and Jujube and dates(Red).

Suggested Use: Take 2 to 3 tablets, 3 times a day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product.

Keep out of reach of children.


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