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Ban Lan Gen Pian (Isatis Root Supplement) – by Lao Wei

Ban Lan Gen Pian (Isatis Root Supplement) addresses viral infections, especially those with swelling in the throat/glands in the neck. Amount: 20 tablets per package.

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Ban Lan Gen Pian (Isatis Root Supplement) – by Lao Wei

Ban Lan Gen Pian (Isatis Root Supplement) is an exclusive herbal blend featuring one of the most popular anti-viral herbs used in Chinese common cold formulas. Ban Lan Gen (commonly called Isatis Root or Dyer’s Woad Root) can be used to help promote and maintain immune functions and overall well-being. This formula is famous for relieving all kinds of severe inflammation and swelling and is recommended for presentations such as:

✔ Common cold
✔ Fevers or swelling
✔ Nose, throat, or sinus infections
✔ Encephalitis
✔ Digestive tract infections

Who is Lao Wei / LM Herbs?

LM Herbs is dedicated to providing the highest-quality Chinese herbal formulas. They believe that the regular use of Chinese herbs can promote optimal health, boost energy and restore harmony to people experiencing physical imbalances.

LM Herbs offers only all-natural herbal formulas that have been manufactured under the strictest quality standards for supreme effectiveness. It’s easy to see why they’re passionate about their business, and they look forward to sharing a wide range selection of Chinese herbs with you.

They believe that only the highest quality, all-natural herbs should be used to achieve the full health potential available from traditional Chinese formulas.

At LM Herbs, they work with our suppliers to ensure that our products meet the safety expectations for our customers. Over 99% of their herbal formulas are from internationally certified “GMP” (Good Manufacturing Practices) factories who competently test the raw herbs and finished products for purity and best quality.

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