Ecliptex 750 mg
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Ecliptex 750 mg 90/270 tabs | Health Concerns
Ecliptex addresses issues related to the liver and with inflammation.*
Chinese Therapeutic Effects:
Vitalize Qi and blood circulation*
Tonify kidney and liver yin*
Ecliptex is a combination of herbs that may protect liver function and useful for liver damage. A combination of yin tonics and Qi and blood circulating herbs offers the best protection for the liver's function of detoxifying ingested substances. Sylibum, schizandra (wu wei zi), lycium fruit (gou qi zi), ligustrum (nu zhen zi), and eclipta (han lian cao) tonify yin. Bupleurum (chai hu), salvia (dan shen), tienchi (san qi), curcuma (yu jin), and tang kuei (dang gui) promote circulation of Qi and blood. Sylibum and eclipta are especially effective for liver damage.
Ecliptex 750 mg 90/270 tabs
Proprietary Blend (750 mg) of:
Eclipta Concentrate herb, Milk Thistle seed, Curcuma tuber, Salvia root, Lycium fruit, Ligustrum fruit, Bupleurum root, Schizandra fruit, Notoginseng root, Tangkuei root, Plantago seed, Licorice root.
Three tablets 2 to 3 times per day between meals.
*Your results may vary.
Your results may vary from those listed above.
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