H68 - Shao Ya Gan Cao Tang 42 pkts
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H68 Shao Ya Gan Cao Tang 42 pkts | Honso
Shakuyaku-kanzoh-to; Shao Yao Gan Cao Tang*
Medium abdominal tension with obvious hyper tonicity of rectus abdominis muscles bilaterally.*
TCM Formulation Strategy:
Shao yao nourishes blood and preserves the yin while it softens the liver and alleviates pain. Zhi gan cao tonifies the qi of the middle burner, especially that of the stomach and spleen. The two herbs work together to regulate the relationship between the liver and spleen and nourish the sinews. So this formula can treat a wide variety of pain syndromes.*
Shao Ya Gan Cao Tang 42 pkts
Dietary Herbal Supplement
• This Honso Kampo formula is for traditional Asian medicine practitioners' use only
• Peony and Licorice Formula
Serving Size: 3 Sachets (7.5 g total, 2.4 g of the herbal extracts)
Servings per Container: 14 days (42 sachets)
Amount per Day (serving)
Peony (Shao yao) 6.0 g
Licorice (Gan cao) 6.0 g
Other Ingredients: Lactose, magnesium aluminometasilicate, magnesium stearate.
Suggested Use: Take one (1) sachet of granules and mix with warm water, three (3) times a day before or between meals, or as directed by your healthcare professional
*Your results may vary from those listed above.
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*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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