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Pyrrosia 14 by Seven Forests, also known as Tong Lin Pai Shi Pian, clears heat, removes moisture and resolves the “wulin” syndromes.

Pyrrosia 14 is based on two traditional formulas for treating urinary tract disorders: Dianthus Formula and Pyrrosia Formula. This formula includes anti-inflammatory (heat clearing) herbs, diuretics, and herbs with a soothing effect on the irritated urinary tissues (such as talc, abutilon, lygodium spore, and plantago seed and leaf).

Chinese Symptomology: Urinary Tract Infection; Gravel in the Kidney, Bladder, and Urethra; Painful or Obstructed Urination

Western Symptomology: Inflammation of the Prostate; Interstitial Cystitis

Actions: Clear Heat; Remove Moisture; Resolve the "Wulin" Syndromes (urination disorders)

- Supports Normal Bladder Functions
- Supports Normal Kidney Functions
- Painful Urination

Pyrrosia 14 Ingredients: Pyrrosia, Dianthus, Aviculare, Talc, Plantago Seed, Plantago Leaf, Alisma, Lygodium Spores, Amber, Cyathula, Abutilon, Gardenia, Alpinia Fruit, Tokoro.

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.


PY14J$41.00








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