Click to enlargeSeven Forests - Ganoderma 18 - 100 tabs

Ganoderma 18 by Seven Forests, also known as Sheng Mai Pian, tonifies Qi and yang and nourishes blood and yin. Ganoderma 18 is recommended for those with weakness due to postpartum, post injury, and post-illness.

Ganoderma 18 is a general tonic prescription, intended for those who suffer deficiencies of all basic essences (qi, blood, yin, yang), and who may have weakness of several or all organ systems. Ganoderma 18 can be taken to recover from stressful events, for weak immune functions leading to frequent infections and for treating mild fatigue.

Chinese Symptomology: Weakness following Childbirth; Surgery, Injury, or Severe Illness; General Tonic Therapy

Western Symptomology: Injury; Fatigue

Actions: Tonify Qi and Yang; Nourish Blood and Yin

- Post- Injury
- Post-Illness
- Postpartum

Ganoderma 18 Ingredients: Ganoderma, Astragalus Root, Rehmannia (Cooked), Cistanches, Peony (White), Ligusticum, Horney Goat Weed, Dioscorea, Tangkuei, Ophiopogon, Atractylodes (Alba), Lycium Fruit, Eucommia, Ginseng, Schizandra, Licorice, Citrus Peel.

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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