Disperse Blood Stagnation - Tablets

Code
00022221836012
Size:120s
R144.95
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Overview

CHINAHERB DISPERSE BLOOD STAGNATION (Dan Shen Pian) promotes Qi and blood circulation and removes blood stagnation.

Description

Indications for use are blood stagnation problems. Key symptoms and signs for use: Chest distress, angina pectoris, palpitations, Fixed pain in body. Poor circulation in the extremities, Tongue: Purple, or brown spots. Pulse: Rough. Clinical application for reference: Heart and coronary artery disease, Angina pectoris, Palpitations, Soft tissue wound of chest wall, Circulation problems, High cholesterol

Warnings

Contra-indicated in pregnancy

Directions

Taken orally, 4 tablets, twice daily
 

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