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Plum Flower – Great Corydalis (Yan Hu Suo Zhi Tong Wan)

Plum Flower – Great Corydalis Teapills is a two-herb formula that acts like a herbal aspirin to relieve pain from stagnation of qi and blood. Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

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James McGuire

Great Corydalis

My pain level is rather high with my body changing with a lot of symptoms some that I’ve had for years and they’re just getting worse with age. So with that said I think the Coreydalis helps, but it’s also hard to say how much. Sometimes I notice it, sometimes I don’t. I think it’s probably subtle at best. But overall, I think it does help to a degree!



Great stuff

Works as well as a 7.5 Vicodin without the loopy drunk feeling.


Liz Czalik

A relief for my muscle tension and chronic pain!

It is very subtle feeling. It doesnt overwhelm you like medications. It is a gentle way to relax your muscles and just an overall feeling of calm. I will definltely order this again.

Frequently purchased with Plum Flower – Great Corydalis (Yan Hu Suo Zhi Tong Wan)

Bottle of 200 pills of herbal dietary supplement, net weight 1.2 ounces, or 34 grams. English and chinese text.
This product: Plum Flower – Great Corydalis (Yan Hu Suo Zhi Tong Wan)

Bottle of 60 tablets, 500 milligrams each, english and chinese text.


Bottle of 200 pills of herbal dietary supplement, net weight 1.2 ounces, or 33 grams. Text is written in english and chinese.


Box of 50 single serve packets of loose pills, not encapsulated, of herbal dietary supplement. Net weight 2.09 ounce, or 59.25 grams.


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What is Plum Flower – Great Corydalis Teapills (Yan Hu Suo Zhi Tong Wan)?

Plum Flower – Great Corydalis Teapills is a two-herb Chinese Herbal Medicine formula that acts like a kind of herbal aspirin to relieve pain. It contains the Chinese Herb Yan Hu Suo (corydalis tuber- considered to be the principal Chinese herb for relieving pain (especially dull, lingering pain) and angelica dahurica root (Bai Zhi). These two herbs combine synergistically to invigorate both qi and Blood (the root cause of all pain, according to TCM theory) and thus relieve a wide variety of pain presentations, including (but not limited to):

  • pain from trauma
  • epigastric/stomach pain
  • headaches
  • toothaches
  • menstrual cramps


Plum Flower Brand Herbs by Mayway

  • No pharmaceuticals, dyes, or sugars
  • Unsulfured, preservative-free herbs
  • Blended, then extracted for optimal efficacy in strict accordance with Chinese herbal medical tradition
  • Microbial and heavy-metal tested
  • Produced at an internationally certified GMP factory

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