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Strong Bones

Superior Tonic Herb


Strengthens the skeletal structure, including bones, ligaments and tendons. Used in conjunction with external manipulation, the herbs in this formula have been used successfully for centuries by martial arts practitioners to speed up the healing of broken bones and damaged soft tissues of the skeletal structure. It is remarkably effective. It is an ideal formula for athletes in contact sports and for those recovering from bone fractures. 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 - Tonifies Yang, fortifies the kidneys.


Ingredients: Eucommia Seed, Dipsacus, Drynaria, Eucommia Bark, Morinda, Bupleurum, Dragon Bone, Oyster Shell, White Peony, Licorice

(Item #H004) Our Price: $ 27.00



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Strong Bones  Dragon Herbs

$ 27.00

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