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Tang-kuei 18 by Seven Forests, also known as Bu Xue Pian, nourishes blood and yin, regulates Qi and vitalizes blood.

Tang-kuei 18 is the most widely prescribed of all the Seven Forests formulas. It is a fundamental blood nourishing prescription adjusted to deal with the most common accompanying conditions such as stagnation of qi and blood (due to "dryness" of the liver), qi deficiency, and blood heat.

Chinese Symptomology: Becoming Fatigued Easily

Western Symptomology: Anemia; Premenstrual Tension; Menstrual Irregularity; Dysmenorrhea; Menopausal Symptoms; Chronic Skin Diseases (e.g., Eczema, Psoriasis)

Actions: Nourish Blood and Yin; Regulate Qi; Vitalize Blood

- Dry Itchy Skin
- Fatigue-Easily Fatigued
- Menopause
- Supports Normal Menstruation
- Menstrual Tension

Tang-kuei 18 Ingredients: Tangkuei, Peony (White), Lycium Fruit, Red Root Sage Root, Bupleurum, Rehmannia (Fresh), Ligusticum, Curcuma, Gardenia, Cornus, Ligustrum, Astragalus Root, Achyranthes Root, Atractylodes (Alba), Ginseng, Cyperus Rhizome, Moutan.

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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