Circuherb Tea Extract
(Shao Li Dieh Da Wan)
Product of China
Pills (6 grams)
This pill is used for sports or traumatic injuries with or without open wounds, including those from martial arts practice. It is commonly prescribed for bone fractures, an as an internal medicine it is helpful when a limb is in a cast. It is less effective for injuries without swelling, such as inflamed tendon, but still applicable. It can also be made into an external liniment.
|Chinese Pin Yin||Common Name||Latin Name||mg|
|Tian Qi (Tien Chi)||Pseudoginseng Root||Radix Pseudoginseng||1000|
|Dang Gui||Chinese Angelica Root||Radix Angelicae Sinensis||800|
|Hong Hua||Safflower, Saffron||Flos Carthami||800|
|Qiang Huang||Turmeric||Rhizoma Curcumae longae||600|
|Xue Jie||Dragon's Blood (resin)||Sanguis Draconis||600|
|Ru Xiang||Frankincense (resin)||Olibanum||600|
|Other ingredients:||Corn starch||honey|
Promote blood circulation, remove stagnation, decrease swelling, stop pain, promote regeneration of damaged tissues, relives pain.
Sports or traumatic injuries, with internal bruising and swelling, with or without open wounds, sprains and strains of muscles and tendons. Applicable for sprains and fractures with swelling, especially in the early stages. Also for injuries causing serious bruising. This medicine addresses acute traumatic swelling with heat.
Adults, take 6 grams (pills) each time, 2 times a day, with warm water.
Circuherb Tea Extract comes in a plastic ball sealed with a wax coating. Inside contains tiny pills (6 gm).
Prohibited during pregnancy. Not for any bleeding injuries, as well as postpartum, miscarriage, and other diseases where bleeding is a risk. Also excessive use of Rhubarb can lead to loose stools or diarrhea.
Discount: $2.50 each when you buy 2 or more
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.