Plum Flower Brand Li Dan Pian
We are now carrying a very important Chinese Herbal Formula in tablet form to assist with the health of your Gallbladder Organ System Function. Plum Flower Brand Li Dan Pian has been formulated to assist with the softening and breaking down of small gallstones & kidney stones.
It also assists with chronic pain associated with gallbladder inflammation and can be utilized with strained or weak gallbladder function associated with an improper diet of greasy and fatty foods leading to a condition of obesity.
The main Chinese Herb in this formula is called Jin Qian Cao or Gold Coin Grass. It helps to move small stones, clear damp heat, promote urination, reduce swelling and increase overall circulation. It works on your Kidney, Liver, Gallbladder and Urinary Bladder Organ System Channels.
Li Dan Pian assists with: clearing heat, draining dampness, expelling toxic heat, regulating your Gall Bladder Organ System & moving Chi.
Li Dan Pian assists with:
- Soften Small Kidney & Gallbladder Stones
- Clears Damp Heat
- Assists with Gallbladder Inflammation
- Assists with Kidney Inflammation
- Regulates Gallbladder Function
- Assists with Bile Duct Function
- Right Upper Quadrant Pain
- Low-Grade Fevers
- Nausea & Vomiting
- Chronic Diet of Greasy & Fatty Foods
- Unable to Digest Rich Foods
May we suggest an alternate brand? Our Heaven & Earth Li Dan Pian Plus Capsules is a great substitute!
Huang qin, Tu mu xiang, Jin qian cao, Jin yin hua, Yin chen hao, Chai hu, Da qing ye, Da huang
100 tablets per bottle
4-6 tablets, three times per day per manufacturer.
Cautions & Contraindications:
Contraindicated during pregnancy and menstruation. Contraindicated if you are very weak or deficient. Use with caution in breastfeeding women as Da huang/rhubarb can pass through the breast milk causing colic and diarrhea in infants. May cause mild abdominal cramping and/or diarrhea if you are very sensitive. Use with caution if you are Spleen Deficient with a tendency to loose stools, diarrhea, poor appetite or chronic digestive weakness. Always consult your health care provider when starting a new health regimen especially when pertaining to internal health.