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Nine Flavor Tea by Health Concerns is designed to nourish the liver, kidneys, stomach and spleen.

The proprietary blend of herbs contained in Nine Flavor Tea has been selected to address the issue of yin deficiency in the body which can manifest as fatigue, low-grade fever, low back pain, sore throat, hives and constipation.

It has been formulated based on a traditional Chinese herbal formula to counteract yin deficiency heat symptoms and includes rehmannia root, ophiopogon, glehnia, and scrophularia. Nine Flavor Tea serves as a nourishing tonic for women who experience such symptoms associated with menopause as hot flashes, night sweats, and insomnia.

- Nourishes the kidneys, liver, stomach and spleen
- Helps to clear excess heat from the heart and stomach
- Supports normal menstruation
- Helps to lessen such menopausal symptoms as hot flashes and night sweats

Nine Flavor Tea Ingredients in 3 tablets: Proprietary Blend: Rehmannia (Shu Di Huang and Sheng Di Huang), Dioscorea (Shan Yao), Poria (Fu Ling), Cornus (Shan Zhu Yu), Moutan (Mu Dan Pi), Alisma (Zi Xie), Dendrobium (Shi Hu), Scrophularia (Xuan Shen), Ophiopogon (Mai Men Dong).

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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