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Health Concerns Isatis Cooling 90c
* Treats Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
Internal: 3 to 5 tablets, 2-3 times per day between meals
For acute conditions, higher dosages may be indicated.
90 tablets, 750mg
Isatis extract leaf & root (da qing ye & ban lan gen), Codonopsisroot (dang shen), Oyster shell (mu li), Bupleurum root (chai hu), Smilax rhizome (tu fu ling), Gardenia fruit (zhi zi), Moutan root bark (mu dan pi), Tang Kuei root (dang gui), Akebia trifoliata caulis (mu tong), Red Peony root (chi shao), Alisma rhizome (ze xie), Cyperus rhizome (xiang fu)
This is the number one Chinese herbal formula recommended for IBD' ers who need to quell inflammation and/or bleeding. Isatis root works on a very deep, root level of infection and cools things down. Is Chinese medicine, Crohn's and colitis conditions are almost always cases of 'excess heat' and sometimes 'excess damp.' This formula will address the conditions at a root level, which, in combination with other supplements, will stop the bleeding. Sometimes this formula alone will stop the bleeding....
This formula should be accompanied by the natural antibiotics recommended in my shop for IBD'ers working on the 'Remove' protocols. By reducing the pathogenic load and simultaneously clearing then excess heat one finds optimal results.
* for proctitis (rectal bleeding), Formula H should be used
This formula treats infection with isatis extract (ban lan gen and da qing ye), and the irritation from fluid discharge with oyster shell (mu li). Isatis Cooling Formula clears heat with moutan (mu dan pi), gardenia (zhi zi), smilax (tu fu ling), akebia (mu tong), alisma (ze xie), and bupleurum (chai hu). Tang kuei (dang gui) and red peony (chi shao) increase blood circulation. Fluid metabolism is regulated by codonopsis (dang shen) and alisma (ze xie). The herb smilax (tu fu ling) is used for internal sores.
Chinese Therapeutic Effects
Activates blood circulation