Shufeng Dingtong Wan is made in accordance with traditional medical principles, collected with the best quality Chinese herbs from the Changbai Mountain, prepared with modern manufacturing techniques.
Indications: To dispel wind and cold, activating blood circulation and relieve pain. For rheumatoid arthritis, discomfort in the muscles and tendons, numbness of extremities, aching in the loins and legs, traumatic injuries and pain of arthrosis.
Ingredients: Herba Erodii, Boswellia Carterii Birdw, Rhizoma Homalomenae, Cortex Illicii, Radix Achyranthis Bidentatae, Fructus Psoraleae, Radix Saposhnikoviae, Radix Angelicae Pubescentis, Herba Taxilli, Commiphora Myrrha Engl, Rhizoma Drynariae, Ramulus Cinnamomi, Fructus Chaenomelis, Cortex Ecuommiae, Rhizoma et Radix Notopterygii (*ingredient listing subject to change depending on manufacturer/shipment)
Content: 36 capsules
Directions: To be taken orally, 2 capsules each time, 3 times daily with warm water after meals. *This product is recommended to be taken two hours apart from all other medications. Not suitable for pregnant women.
Web Price: $14.95 (All orders for Canada and International United States are now shipped via Canada Post Expedited). For more information go to: http://www.cheungstrading.com/index.php?main_page=shippinginfo)
The information presented has not been evaluated by Health Canada or FDA. It makes no medical claims to treat, diagnosis, cure or prevent any disease. Picture is for reference only and may change depending on manufacturer/shipment.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 16 November, 2004.