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Lan Zhou Foci - Zi Sheng Wan - Herbal Supplement


 
蘭卅佛慈資生丸 (200粒)
$5.29
200 pills per bottle
Code: FC30ZS


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Lan Zhou Foci - Zi Sheng Wan - Herbal Supplement

Zi Sheng Wan is a natural herbal supplement that is relied upon in China to help to soothe an upset stomach. It also is useful in reducing bloating and intestinal gas, as well as supporting the health of your gastrointestinal system and spleen.

Benefits

Lan Zhou Foci - Zi Sheng Wan contains Chinese Hawthorn Fruit. This herb is believed to be helpful in encouraging the circulation in your extremities. It also helps to relax your blood vessels to support healthy blood circulation. Some users also find that it helps to soothe the stomach.

This product also contains Chinese Licorice Root, which is believed to help aid the digestive system. It has been found helpful by Chinese herbalists to reduce acidity in the stomach and to ease digestive problems.

Ingredients

This product contains:

Codonopsis Root, Polyporus Sclerotium, Chinese Licorice Root and Rhizome, Chinese Yam Rhizome, Atractylodes Rhizome, Mature Hyacinth Bean Seed, Mature Chinese Hawthorn Fruit, Mature Lotus Seed, Mature Euryale Seed, Massa Fermentata, Barley Sprout, Mature Job's Tears Seed, Mature Tangerine Peel, Chinese Goldthread Rhizome, Alisma Tuber, Mature Chinese Cardamom Fruit, Patchouly Aerial Parts, Balloon-flower Root, and Starch.

How to Use

We recommend that with Lan Zhou Foci - Zi Sheng Wan, you take 10 pills, three times daily.

Manufactured by
Lanzhou Foguang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

Product of
China

Warnings
Not to be used during pregnancy or while nursing.
Not for long term use or in excess of recommended amounts except under supervision of a qualified health practitioner.
Not recommended in cases of diabetes, hypertension, liver disorders, severe kidney insufficiency, frequent or copious urination, constipation, nausea, vomiting, dry cough, intermittent fever and chills, bloody sputum, tuberculosis, or hypokalemia.
May potentiate potassium depletion of thiazide diuretics and stimulant laxatives as well as the action of cardiac glycosides, and cortisol. Use with caution in cases of cough associated with phlegm, or peptic ulcers.

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