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Pacific Herbs – Digestive Wellness

Skinny Boost Herb Pack™

½ – 1 tsp of granules mixed in hot water or place granules directly into mouth or as directed by a healthcare practitioner

Based on TCM formula name: Fang Feng Tang Sheng Sang (Saposhnikovia Decoction).

Description: For patients with slow or poor bowel movement motility.


Schizonepteta – Jing Jie

Siler – Saposhnikovia – Fang Feng

White Peony – Bai Shao

Rhubarb – Da Huang

Ligusticum – Chuan Xiong

Licorice – Gan Cao

Mint – Bo He

Scutellaria – Huang Qin

Angelica Sinensis- Dang Gui

Gardenia – Zhi Zi

Atractylodes – Bai Zhu

Ginger – Sheng Jiang

Cinnamon – Gui Zhi


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