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Solstice Medicines – Fu Ke Zhong Zi Wan

Solstice Medicines – Fu Ke Zhong Zi Wan is often used for conditions like irregular menstruation, menstrual cramps, and other discomforts associated with the menstrual cycle. Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

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What is Fu Ke Zhong Zi Wan

Lan Zhou Foci -Fu Ke Zhong Zi Wan – Herbal Supplement

Fu Ke Zhong Zi Wan, from Lan Zhou Foci, is very helpful in supporting the blood and health of your circulatory system, and also is effective in relieving the pain of cramps during the menstrual cycle.

Benefits

This product contains dong-quai root, which is an herb belonging to the celery family, and is native to Japan, China and Korea. It comes in tablet, liquid and raw root forms. In herbal traditions in China the tip of the root is considered to be effective in supporting blood circulation, the main part of the root is believed to be a blood tonic and the head of the root is thought to support healthy blood. It is believed that this root can help your circulatory system to flow more effectively, and to improve the production of white and red blood cells in the body.

Some experts refer to this root as the ultimate herb for women. It is one of the herbs that was used for 1,000 years in what is called in China the Dang Gui Four Combination. This contains dang gui, rehmannia root, white peony root and ligusticum that is thought to be an effective tonic for the reproductive system and the blood.

Chinese herbs work differently from Western drugs – they help clear the root of the problem. Often these herbs work better if taken for some time, depending on the severity and length of symptoms. Thus they help to resolve the underlying imbalance, rather than simply managing symptoms.

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