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Hytension & Chol. Ease

$0.21

 $0.21 / 2g

(per tea bag)

 

This herbal remedy releases excess Liver Yang and fire and tonifies and nourishes blood to help lower high blood pressure and reduce cholesterol levels. Balancing the Liver also helps sharpen vision and hearingcalm the nerves, and removes toxins.  

 
ACTIONS AND INDICATIONS: Tonify and drain Liver heat and nourish blood 
THESE HERBS BENEFIT THE: Liver  

 

INGREDIENTS 

Astragalus Root (Bei Qi) 

Fleeceflower Root (He Shou Wu) 

Field Horsetail Plant (Mu Zei) 

Common Self-Heal Fruit Spike (Xia Ku Cao) 

 

THE FORMULA EXPLAINED 

Balance Liver yang – Hypertension is mainly associated with the hyperactivity of Liver yang and blood deficiency. Fleeceflower Root (He Shou Wu), Common Self-Heal Fruit Spike (Xia Ku Cao), and Field Horsetail Plant (Mu Zeitonify the Liver and clear Liver fire to calm Liver yang.  

Nourish Blood – Another root cause of hypertension in the TCM view can be blood deficiency and stasis. Astragalus Root (Bei Qi), Fleeceflower Root (He Shou Wu), and Common Self-Heal Fruit Spike (Xia Ku Cao) tonify and nourish Blood while removing Blood stasis.  

Lower Cholesterol – TCM views high cholesterol a result of stress, which can stagnate Liver Qi and cause excess fire; and poor diet, which can deplete the Spleen and Stomach causing dampness, phlegm, and a build-up of toxins. Fleeceflower Root (He Shou Wu), Common Self-Heal Fruit Spike (Xia Ku Cao), and Field Horsetail Plant (Mu Zeiclear Liver fire, and Astragalus Root (Bei Qi) supports the Spleen.  

 

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.