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Tian Chi Tablets
Tian Chi Tablets
|Dosage||Prepare by placing 4 tablets in lukewarm water and drink when dissolved. Repeat two more times per day.|
|Contraindications||Prohibited during pregnancy|
|Chinese Symptomology||Bleeding;Acute trauma;Postpartum bleeding;Nosebleed;Blood in stool;Blood in urine;Bleeding ulcer;Menorrhagia;Bleeding wounds|
|Western Symptomology||Traumatic bleeding;Bleeding ulcer;Postpartum bleeding|
|Actions||Stop bleeding, dispels blood stasis, disperses swelling, relieves pain.|
|Chinese name||Tian Qi Wan (Sheng)|
|English name||Raw Tienchi Ginseng Pian; Notoginseng Capsules (raw)|
Tienchi (or tienchi ginseng) is a popular, treasured herb produced in the yunnan province. As noted by famous pharmacologists from the ming dynasty, this herb was so valued; it exceeded the exchange value of gold. Similar to asian ginseng, tienchi contains saponin a and flavonoids, which have been used by ancient and modern Chinese doctors to support the health of the blood and circulation. This herbal supplement is made from of the highest quality, making it one of the most popular products on the market.
Supports the health of the cardiovascular system. Helps maintain healthy blood, healthy blood circulation, and a healthy heart. These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Tienchi (or tienchi ginseng), as well-known and precious herb produced in yunnan province, was originally called sanchi. Similar to asian ginseng (panax ginseng), it is a perennial herb belonging to the araliaceae family, and may also be called sanchi ginseng or san qi ginseng. As recorded in "compendium of materia medica" compiled by li shih chen, a famous pharmacologist of the ming dynasty, tienchi is also named cinpuhuan, implying that its intrinsic value far exceeds the exchange value of gold. Tienchi has long been used by Chinese doctors of ancient and modern times as the primary herb for use in supporting the health of the blood and blood circulation. In recent years, further clinical research by Chinese scientists have demonstrated that, besides the various phytochemical constituents that are similar to those in asian ginseng, tienchi contains "saponin a" which supports the health of the heart, and "flavonoids" which aid in blood circulation.