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Phellostatin 270 tabs by Health Concerns

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SKU: HC05151
UPC: PHEL2
Heat Sensitive Product: No
Manufacturer's Item Number: 1HP400270
Amount: 270 tabs
Restrictions: No

Phellostatin by Health Concerns is an herbal dietary supplement designed to solve digestive disorders caused by candidiasis. The therapeutic effect of Phellostatin succeeds at tonifying the spleen and stomach qi. This proprietary Health Concerns formula contains Four Gentlemen Decoction as its key ingredient, offering powerful anti-fungal action. Other active components include phellodendron, plantiago and pulsatilla, some of the most potent anti-fungal herbs used in Chinese medicine. By treating the candidiasis affecting the digestive system, this supplement also helps to soothe vaginal itching, skin rashes, joint and muscle pain, and sinus congestion.

Men and women who use Phellostatin by Health Concerns on a regular basis can expect to experience a range of important health benefits:

  • Promotes healthy digestion by eliminating yeast infections.
  • Helps to improve spleen qi.
  • Aids in soothing vaginal infections and leukkorrhea.
  • Helps to eliminate flatulence.
  • Aids in eliminating such symptoms associated with candidiasis as sinus congestion, headache, joint pain, skin rashes and stomach upsets.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or preve nt any disease.
Ingredients: Phellodendron (Huang Bai), Codonopsis (Dang Shen), Atratylodes (Bai Zhu), Anemarrhena (Zhi Mu), Plantago (Che Qian Zi), Pulsatilla (Bai Tou Weng), Capillaris (Yin Chen Hao), Cnidium fruit (Che Chuang Zi), Houttuynia (Yu Xing Cao), Dioscorea (Shan Yao), Licorice (Gan Cao), Cardamon (Bai Dou Kou)