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Teapill Name: The Great Windkeeper Teapills Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Great Windkeeper Teapills Great Windkeeper Teapills Other Ingredients: Talcum, Activated carbon, Botanical wax Great Windkeeper Teapills Pin Yin Ingredients: Fang feng, Ku shen, Shi gao, Sheng di huang, Jing jie, Chan tui, Niu bang zi, Hei zhi ma, Zhi mu, Dang gui, Cang zhu, Mu tong, Gan cao Great Windkeeper Teapills Botanical Ingredients: Saposhnikovia divaricata root, Sophora flavescens root, Gypsum fibrosum mineral, Rehmannia glutinosa root-raw, Schizonepeta tenuifolia herb, Cryptotympana pustulata moulting, Arctium lappa fruit, Sesamum indicum seed, Anemarrhena asphodeloides rhizome, Angelica sinensis root, Atractylodes lancea rhizome, Akebia trifoliata stem, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root Great Windkeeper Teapills Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this. Great Windkeeper Teapills Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant.
Great Windkeeper Teapills Teapill Benefits & Information
Great Windkeeper Teapills are and easy to take traditional Chinese herbal medicine that clears heat and damp and nourishes the blood. It also is known to help a clear skin complexion and ease itchy skin.
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