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Channel Flow by Health Concerns is a Chinese herbal dietary supplement designed to promote relaxation and relief from pain.

Channel Flow by Health Concerns has proven very effective at helping individuals with fibromyalgia deal with their symptoms.

By warming the channels of the bloodstream and helping to regulate the flow of blood and qi, or energy, Channel Flow by Health Concerns helps to address such issues as joint pain, cramping, headache, arthritis, and muscular pain. Among its key ingredients is corydalis, widely used by Chinese doctors in treating pain by helping to improve blood flow.

This herb also helps to promote a relaxed state by serving as a mild, natural sedative. Additional herbs included for pain relief are cinnamon twig, angelica and red root sage.

Both men and women who take Channel Flow by Health Concerns as directed can experience several key health benefits:

- Promotes improved circulation of the blood
- Helps to decrease pain
- Promotes relaxation and analgesic effects
- Supports healthy menstruation and reduction of PMS symptoms

Channel Flow Ingredients in 3 tablets: Proprietary Blend (759 mg. per tablet) - Corydalis extract rhizome, Angelica Root, White Peony Root, Cinnamon Twig, Tang Kuei root, Salvia root, Myrrh resin, Frankincense resin, Licorice root.

Other Ingredients: Vegetable Gum, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Cellulose.

Suggested Use: Three tablets 3 times per day between meals.


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