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Cinnamon and Rehmannia by Seven Forests is a traditional Chinese herbal formula used for fatty lumps. Cinnamon and Rehmannia is based on recent clinical experience in China treating ovarian cysts, a disorder that tends to respond rapidly to herbal treatments.

This formula can be applied for other types of abdominal masses or even masses under the skin elsewhere if it fits the traditional pattern of etiology (namely: cold). The Chinese concept is that coldness of the kidney permits fluids to thicken and accumulate; they can form a soft mass, such as an ovarian cyst. The modern addition to this approach is treatment of blood stasis, a condition that would arise if the coldness was not treated in a timely manner; coldness can lead to blood stasis.

Western Symptomology: Ovarian Cysts; Lipomas

Actions: Tonify Kidney; Disperse Abdominal Mass; Resolve Phlegm-Mass

- Fatty Lumps

Cinnamon and Rehmannia Ingredients: Rehmannia (Cooked), Polygonatum (Siberian Solomon Seal), Gelatinum Cornu Cervi, Cinnamon Bark, Psoralea, Mustard Seed, Fritillaria (Zhe), Laminaria, Zedoaria and Scirpus.

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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