Cinnamon & Poria Teapills (Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan) - 200 Pills/Bottle - Plum Flower Brand
Teapill name: Cinnamon and Poria Formula, Cinnamon Twig and Hoelen Pills
Pin Yin Name: Guizhi Fuling Wan
Other Ingredients: Talcum, Activated carbon, Botanical wax
Pin Yin Ingredients: Gui zhi, Fu ling, Chi shao, Mu dan pi, Tao ren
Botanical Ingredients: Cinnamomum cassia twig, Poria cocos fungus, Paeonia lactiflora root, Paeonia suffruticosa root-bark, Prunus persica seed
Package Size: 200 teapills per bottle
Form: small round pills, called teapills
Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.
Brand: Plum Flower
Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
- Supports Womens Organs.
- Invigorate Blood
- Dispels Blood Stasis
- Supporting a healthy female reproductive system.
- Promoting joint health
Teapills (sometimes spelled tea pills) are one of the best ways to take your alternative medicine easily. There is no need to brew or decoct the tea mixture. The teapills are convenient to use, and you don't have to brew tea for hours. The teapills are convenient and can be easily taken with you in a purse or pocket. The typical recommended dosage is 8 teapills, three times daily. Make sure you check with your naturopathic doctor, physician, or herbalist before starting a new teapill regimen.
Teapills are usually taken with room temperature water right before a meal. If you have a sensitive stomach, you may find that you will need to take the teapills with a meal. The small pills are easy to swallow. Do remember though, these are herbs and at times the herbs are bitter, so you may taste a bit of bitterness when you are swallowing the small, pea-sized pill.
About Plum Flower Teapills
Plum Flower is an established worldwide manufacturer of high-quality Chinese herbs, and innovative Chinese medicinal herbs and products. Plum Flower uses sulfur-free herbs and laboratory tests its products for contamination and heavy metals, such as mercury, lead, and pesticides.
Chinese Traditional herbs should be regarded as an added feature to modern western healthcare, and not as a replacement. Chinese traditional herbs (Teas) emphasize harmony, and balance.