Pain Powder by Shen Clinic
Shen Clinic Pain Powder is for chronic pain and may be of help to those with endometriosis, fibromyalgia, joint problems, muscle aches, and other kinds of abdominal and gynecological problems as well. Like most Chinese herbal pain medicines, it is CONTRAINDICATED DURING PREGNANCY.
The chief herb in Pain Powder is YAN HU SUO (corydalis rhizome), used for centuries by Chinese herbilogists to Vitalize Blood to alleviates pain.
Since the herbs in SC Pain Powder employ mechanisms that are different from opiates, NSAIDs, or acetaminophen, it can be safely taken together with any of these in order to supplement their effects.
Uses for Shen Clinic Pain Powder
- Pain from trauma or injury
- Abdominal Pain-due to blood stagnation
- Menstrual pain
- Post Surgical pain
- Headache caused by Blood Deficiency
- Back pain
- Neck and Shoulder pain
Pain Powder Safety and Side Effects
Don't use Pain Powder if you are pregnant. Several herbs in the formula, including the chief herb, corydalis, vitalize or break the blood, and are therefore unsafe during pregnancy.
TCM is powerful and reliable, but it can be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren't usually recommended. Best to start an e-mail/phone consultation here and now at Online-Herbal-Consultation.
How Much to Take
Dissolve 1 - 2 teaspoons in any liquid, take two or three times a day, or as prescribed.
SC Pain Powder Ingredients
|Corydalis rhizome||(YAN HU SUO)||20%|
|Scheffler root||(QI YE LIAN)||20|
|White Peony root||(BAI SHAO)||10|
|Cinnamon twig||(GUI ZHI)||10|
|Tang Kuei root||(DANG GUI WEI)||10|
|Red Root Sage root||(DAN SHEN)||10|
|Myrrh resin||(MO YAO)||10|
|Frankincense resin||(RU XIANG)||10|
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