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Chiang-huo 13 by Seven Forests, also known as known as Feng Shi Ling, is recommended for people with joint pain, inflammation and muscle pain.

Chiang-huo 13 was developed for arthritis. It combines the three key features: 1) a collection of warming antirheumatic herbs (siler, chiang-huo, tu-huo, cinnamon) that dispel wind, resolve dampness accumulation and alleviate pain. 2) tonic herbs to nourish the kidney and liver and prevent wind from invading the channels (tang-kuei, peony, cnidium, rehmannia, achyranthes). 3) herbs to help prevent accumulation of dampness (hoelen, atractylodes).

Chinese Symptomology: Muscular pain

Western Symptomology: Arthritis; Sciatica; Lumbago

Actions: Dispel Wind-Damp; Vitalize Blood; Nourish Liver and Kidney

- Inflammation
- Joint Pain
- Muscle-Pain
- Low back pain

Chiang-huo 13 Ingredients: Notopterygium, Siler, Tangkuei, Atractylodes (Alba), Cinnamon Twigs, Ligusticum, Peony (White), Achyranthes Root, Gentiana Macrophylla Root, Angelica, Rehmannia (Fresh), Poria, Licorice.

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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