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Comfort Down Under

$0.21

$0.21 / 2g

(each tea bag)

 

UTI's and yeast infections are often treated in Western medicine with antibiotics that can disrupt the intestinal gut flora and disrupt digestion, anti-fungal medication.

Comfort Down Under follows TCM principles expelling damp-heat and toxicity from the lower body to ease symptoms of painful and/or frequent urination, itching, vaginal discharge, and prevent recurring infections. 

 

ACTIONS AND INDICATIONS: Expel damp heat and toxicity from the lower body

 

INGREDIENTS

Chameleon Plant (Yu Xing Cao)

Longtube Ground Ivy (Lian Qian Cao)

Amur Cork-Tree Bark (Huang Bo)

Poria (Fu Ling)

 

THE FORMULA EXPLAINED 

Promote urination - A UTI is often accompanied with symptoms of painful, frequent, and/or urgent urination. Longtube Ground Ivy (Lian Qian Cao) and Chameleon Plant (Yu Xing Cao) promotes urination to clear the body of heat and toxicity and unblock the urinary tracts..

Clear dampness - Excessive dampness in the lower body can cause fluid stagnation and symptoms of thickened or smelly vaginal discharge and painful urination. Poria (Fu Ling) removes excessive dampness from the lower body.

Strengthen and invigorate Spleen - The Spleen’s role in the body is the transport and transform fluids in the body. When the Spleen is deficient, dampness can accumulate like condensation in a room. When left for too long, it can cause adverse affects. Poria (Fu Ling) strengthens and invigorates the Spleen to remove dampness.

 

RECOMMENDED DOSE 

Three times a day, one or two bags each time. Consistency is key! 

For ease, steep 3-6 bags in a large jug or flask and drink as part of your daily fluid intake.

 

FREE FROM 
Sugar, Caffeine, Artificial Flavours, Food Colouring, or Preservatives 

  

PRECAUTIONS 

Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep out of reach of children. This product is not intended to replace your practitioner. It is intended for general well-being and does not involve the diagnosing, prognosticating, or prescribing of medicine for any disease. Please note that serious cases of urinary tract infections should be discussed with your primary physician as antibiotics may be necessary. An untreated infection can lead to pyelonephritis (a kidney infection) which in turn can damage your kidneys.