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Bupleurum and Peony

Superior Tonic Herb


This formulation is used primarily by women to regulate thier hormones and establish physiological balance. It has the additional function of establishing emotional balance, when hormone irregularities have caused an imbalance. It is used to treat irregular menstration and many other female problems. It is the primary formula used in Chinese herbalism to eliminate premenstrual syndrome in women. It is excellent for rlieving wide mood swings, depression, grief,etc. that results from monthly hormonal fluctuation. 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 the blood, dispels heat, regulates menstruation. Who can use this formula - Women who wish to regulate their female cycle and women who lose emotioanl control during the pre-menstrual period.


Ingredients: Bupleurum, Dang Gui, Dried Ginger, White Peony, White Atractylodes, Poria Mushroom, Moutan, Licorice, Mint Leaf, Gardenia

Item #H015......$ 21.00



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Bupleurum and Peony  Dragon Herbs

$ 21.00

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