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Reconciling Tablets by Seven Forests, also known as An Dou Pian, clears heat, cleans toxins, vitalizes blood and nourishes kidney and liver.

Reconciling Tablets was produced as the result of study of traditional Chinese approaches to treating autoimmune disorders, especially systemic disorders, such as lupus (SLE). Although there are several strategies that have been applied, the main trends are to nourish the kidney and liver in order to stabilize the immune system, vitalize blood to reduce accumulation of immune cells, and clear heat to reduce inflammation and avert tissue damage.

Chinese Symptomology: Active Phase of Autoimmune Disorders

Western Symptomology: Lupus; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Multiple Sclerosis

Actions: Clear Heat; Clean Toxin; Vitalize Blood; Nourish Kidney and Liver

- Supports Normal Immune Function

Reconciling Tablets Ingredients: Gentiana Macrophylla Root, Artemisia Qing Hao, Red Root Sage Root, Peony (Red), Rehmannia (Fresh), Codonopsis, Lonicera Vine, Cistanches, Horney Goat Weed, Ligustrum, Anemarrhena, Moutan, Achyranthes Root, 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.


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