Click to enlargeHealth Concerns - Lily Bulb Formula - 90 tabs

Lily Bulb Formula by Health Concerns is a Chinese Traditional Formula that provides herbal support for clearing heat and bringing nourishing fluid to the lungs. These include the key ingredient, lily bulb, along with rehmannia, licorice, white peony root, platycodon, fritillaria root and tang kuei.

Lily Bulb Formula is based on the traditional Chinese herbal formula known as Bai He Gu Jin Tang, beneficial for moistening and nourishing the lungs in order to prevent chronic coughing.

- Helps to eliminate dryness in the throat, mouth and lungs
- Strengthens the lung yin
- Aids in eliminating persistent coughing
- Aids in nourishing and detoxifying the blood

Lily Bulb Formula Ingredients in 3 tablets: Proprietary Blend (750 mg per tablet): Lily bulb (Bai He), Rehmannia root (Shu & Sheng di), Ophiopogon root (Mai Men Dong), Fritillaria bulb (Chuan Bei Mu), Platycodon (Jie Geng), Tang Kuei root (Dang Gui), Peony root (Bai Shao), Licorice root (Gan Cao), Scrophularia root (Xuan Shen).

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

Suggested Use: Adults: Take 3 tablets 3 times daily 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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