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Plum Flower - Qi Ye Lian Tablets

Plum Flower – Qi Ye Lian Tablets is a pain-relief formula that addresses pain from traumatic injury and rheumatic pain in the joints and muscles.

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What is Plum Flower – Qi Ye Lian Tablets:

Plum Flower – Qi Ye Lian Tablets contain the single herb (Taiwan Schefflera Root), which is an excellent analgesic herb that can be used long term without side effects like addiction, mental impairment, liver toxicity, or diminished effectiveness over time (i.e. building a tolerance). In terms of TCM theory, it invigorates the blood and opens the channels and collaterals to relieve pain; this makes it useful for addressing acute or chronic pain due to injury or for rheumatic pain in the joints and muscles. It is also useful for trigeminal neuralgia (sudden, sharp shooting facial pains in the jaw, teeth, or gums), headache, toothache, pain from sciatica, and lower back pain.


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Based on 1 review
Mostly for pain

Now that I've tried this for a few weeks, it seems to work like an alternative to Tylenol or ibuprofen. Keep in mind you take 4 tablets at a time. Look at how many is in the bottle, compared to how often you have pain. It says it "builds blood". Possibly that means it encourages the growth of blood cells. Idk about that aspect. Maybe I'll try it when I donate plasma. It's good. Idk if I like it better than Tylenol, but there are benefits to having something that won't possibly hurt your liver, or give you stomach aches