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Frame Builder

Superior Tonic Herb

 

Frame Builder can strengthen the structural framework of the body. The formula may be used by those who wish to strengthen bones, tendons and ligaments. It is suitable for those who suffer chronic joiny pain, lower back pain, knee pain, etc. It is especially suited for those who are recovering from traumatic injury to bone, ligament, and/or tendon. It can strengthen the lower back and knees and is an ideal tonic for those who experience low back or knee pain due to exhaustion. 100 capsules. Dosage: 2 to 3 capsules 3 times per day to start, or approx. 2 per day as a maintenance dose.

 

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Indications: Traditional functions - Nourishes blood, fortifies Yang, move blood and Qi, disperses stagnant fluids, fortifies the skeleton. Who can use this formula - Anyone experiencing skeletal or joint discomfort.

 

Ingredients: Eucommia Bark, Eucommia Seed, Drynaria, Dipsacus, Chaenomeles, Dioscorea, Amber, White Atractylodes, Clematis, Angelica Dahurica, Poria Mushroom, Achyranthes, Notopterygium

Item #H020......$ 27.00


 

 



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Frame Builder  Dragon Herbs

$ 27.00


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