Click to enlargeSeven Forests - Gentiana 12 - 100 tabs

Gentiana 12 by Seven Forests, also known as Long Dan Xiao Du Pian, clears heat and dampness and purges fire. Gentiana 12 is recommended for people with red eyes, headache, and inflammation.

Gentiana 12 is a derivative of the traditional formula Gentiana Combination (Longdan Xiegan Tang), which is the primary formula of Chinese medicine recommended for acute syndromes of liver fire and damp-heat. Gentiana is one of the stronger agents for purging liver fire and damp-heat, but it can cause diarrhea if used over an extended period or in high dose.

Chinese Symptomology: Damp-heat syndromes Liver fire syndromes, such as red eyes and headache

Western Symptomology: Urogenital infections Chronic inflammation Oral ulceration

Actions: Clears heat and Dampness; Purge Fire

- Red Eyes
- Headache
- Inflammation
- Supports Normal Urogenital Function

Gentiana 12 Ingredients: Gentiana, Moutan, Plantago Seed, Bupleurum, Sophora Flavescens, Rehmannia (Fresh), Tangkuei, Scutellaria, Gardenia, Coptis, Cercis, 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.


GE12$21.00








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