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Women's Precious Pills
Women's Precious Pills
|Brand||Dr. Shen's Chinese Herbal Tablets|
|Unit Size||200 Tablets|
|Dosage||As a general tonic for maintenance, 2-3 tablets, 1-3 times a day, or as prescribed.|
|Contraindications||Do not use during common cold or other acute respiratory condition.|
|CAUTION||Pregnant or nursing women should consult their health care provider before taking any supplement.|
|Chinese name||Ba Zhen Wan|
|English name||Eight Treasures Pill|
Dr. Shen's Women's Precious (Ba Zhen Wan)
This famous formula for Women during childbearing years is also known as BA ZHEN WAN, or Eight Treasures Pill. Dr. Shen's version is made in the USA with premium grade herbs.
We believe that Dr. Shen's Women’s Precious Pills are more effective than similar products imported from China, because Dr. Shen uses premium quality export grade herbs, rather than the B Grade herbs that are normally used to make pills in China. Dr. Shen also imports their herbs whole, rather than as powder, so the herbs can be identified as being the correct species and grade. The Dr. Shen brand laboratory tests each batch of raw materials in the USA before tableting. Herbs are tested for heavy metals, mold, and harmful bacteria. Tablets are further tested for dissolvability. Dr. Shen's Women’s Precious Pills are then coated with a thin vegetable glaze for easy swallowing.
Supports Normal Menstruation*
BA ZHEN WAN is generally considered safe for everyone, nevertheless pregnant women are advised to consult with their health care providers before using any supplement. Traditional Chinese Medicine, when used properly, is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't recommended for chronic, recurring, or serious illness.
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