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Teapill Name: Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Xue Fu Zhu Yu Wan Other Ingredients: Talcum, Activated carbon, China wax, Maltose Pin Yin Ingredients: Tao ren, Hong hua, Dang gui, Sheng di huang, Huai niu xi, Zhi ke, Chi shao, Chuan xiong, Jie geng, Chai hu, Gan cao Botanical Ingredients: Prunus persica seed, Carthamus tinctorius flower, Angelica sinensis root, Rehmannia glutinosa root-raw, Achyranthes bidentata root, Citrus aurantium fruit, Paeonia lactiflora root, Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome, Platycodon grandiflorum root, Bupleurum chinense root, Glycyrrhiza uralensis root Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions for use. Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Take with caution and do not use with a heavy menstrual period.
Stasis in the Mansion of Blood Teapill Benefits & Information
Stasis in the Mansion of Blood are and easy to take traditional Chinese herbal medicine that invigorates the blood, dispels blood stasis, unblocks the channels, and promotes circulation of blood.
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