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Solstice Medicines – Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan

Solstice Medicines – Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan is often used for conditions like alternating fever and chills, chest discomfort, bitter taste in the mouth, and emotional fluctuations, which are characteristic of imbalances in the body. Amount: 200 teapills per bottle.

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What is Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan?

Lan Zhou Foci – Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan is a powerful Chinese Herbal Supplement that is good to support your body’s overall health and immune system, especially your eyes, mouth, inner ear and chest along with your circulatory and gastrointestinal systems.

Benefits of Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan:

Lan Zhou Foci – Xiao Chai Hu Tang Wan contains codnopsis root, which is a perennial herb that grows in Asia. It is the taproot of this plant that is most prized as an ingredient in many herbal formulas. This root has gained a strong reputation over hundreds of years as an important herb for supporting optimal health and energy. During ancient times, this root was used mostly to support the health of the lungs. Also, people used codnopsis root to support their digestive system. Today, the herb is helpful for people who are suffering from gas, bloating, loss of appetite or nausea.

This root also has a valuable role today in supporting the health of the immune system and the production of healthy red blood cells. Codnopsis root is similar to ginseng, which is usually more expensive. Overall, the herb is prized for its ability to support overall body health.

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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