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Fertile Garden by Health Concerns addresses factors that hinder the process of conception in mid-thirties and early forties.

Insufficiency of blood and liver qi stagnation with heat signs are common in women when they reach their mid-thirties. The menstrual cycle may present with early or scant periods, breast distention, and depression.

- Addresses problems that many women face when attempting to conceive in their middle thirties and early forties
- Supports regulating the menstrual cycle

Fertile Garden replenishes the yin of the liver and kidneys; Regulates the flow of liver qi.

Fertile Garden Ingredients in 2 tablets: Proprietary Blend: Loranthus stem (sang ji sheng), Ashwagandha root (Withaniae somniferae), Shatavari root (Asparagus racemosus), Ligustrum fruit (nu zhen zi), Glehnia root (sha shen), Cuscuta seed (tu si zi), Pseudostellaria root (tai zi shen), Tang Kuei root (dang gui), White Peony root (bai shao), Lycium fruit (gou qi zi), Poria sclerotium (fu ling), Melia fruit (chuan lian zi), Baked Licorice root (zhi gan cao).

Other Ingredients: vegetable gum, silicon dioxide, stearic acid, cellulose.

Suggested Use: Adults: Take 2 to 4 tablets 2 to 3 times per day between meals or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.

Do not use this product if are pregnant or nursing.

Keep out of reach of children.


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