Gui Zhi Fu Ling Capsules for breast hyperplasia, ovarian cysts or fibroids

£20.00

Description

Gui Zhi Fu Ling Capsules

Gui Zhi Fu Ling Capsules is a Chinese remedy traditionally used in:

  • breast hyperplasia,
  • ovarian cysts (polycystic ovaries) and
  • fibroids.

In China traditional Chinese herbal medicine is a prevalent treatment method for uterine fibroids and Gui Zhi Fu Ling is one of commonly used remedies for this purpose. Gui Zhi Fu Ling is an ancient remedy, which was first described in Essential Prescriptions from the Golden Cabinet (Jingui Yaolue) by a famous Chinese doctor Zhang Zhongjing of the Han Dynasty (third century A.D.).

For best results we recommend taking this remedy for a few months.

Individual treatment results vary. You may notice some first signs of symptoms improvement after approximately 1 month of treatment. We recommend performing medical tests to monitor the treatment progress after around 3 months of treatment, when some reduction of the non-cancerous growths/cysts may already become noticeable. Repeating the tests every 3-4 months of treatment is highly recommended to monitor further progress.

A prolonged, consistent treatment would be expected to lead to a gradual reduction and eventual disappearance of non-cancerous growths/cysts.

For even more enhanced results we highly recommend combining this product with our Da Huang Zhe Chong Wan pills. A cost effective package comprising both of these products is now available in our online shop.

Offer – Buy 4 get 1 Free!

If you purchase 4 boxes in a single transaction, we will automatically add a 5th one to your shipment free of charge. Five boxes of this product are sufficient for approximately 1 month of treatment.

Research article

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3881498/

Dosage and administration: 

Adults: 3 capsules 2-3 times a day

Ingredients: 

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