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Urinary Stones (Calculus) Remover


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Urinary Calculus Remover (Fu Fang Jin Chao) 100 pills

Superior Fu Fang Jin Qian Chao Pills (Stones breaker/remover) is useful in maintaining a healthy urinary tract. This medicine is prepared on the basis of the recipe provided by the Guangxi Medicinal Research Bureau. It is a highly effective new stone-removing drug refined by combining Chinese herbs together. Through the clinical tests of the hospitals in Guangxi region, 88.3% of the patients in 800 cases discharged the stones

and recovered, which further proves that this medicine has safe and quick effect on removing stones without any side effects.

After the advent of this medicine, therefore, it has been popular with the domestic medical organizations and the suffers from urinary calculus.

The scientific research shows that Superior Fu Fang Jin Qian Chao pills work better than Niao Shi Tong (Pai Shi Su) and Chanca Piedra.

Indications:
Kidney Stones (calculus), Renal calculus, Urethral calculus, Cystic calculus, Ureteral calculus, Urethritis, Cystitis, Urinary Tract infection, Inflammation of urethral organs, etc.

Functions:
Removing Kidney and other Urinary Stones (calculus), Promoting Diuresis, Allaying Inflammations, Breaking Stones, Killing Pains, Staunching Bleeding, and Relieving Strangury.

Ingredients:
Desmodium Styracifolium (Lysimachiae, Jin Qian Cao ) - 37%, Yu Mi Yu – 25%, Abrus Contoniensis Hance 14%, Herba Pyrrosiae 12%, Smilax Globra Roxburgh 12%.

Dosage:
Take 5 pills three times a day with lukewarm water. To get best results you should take the pills at least 1 months, so we recommend you to purchase 4-5 bottles.

Warnings:
Avoid bitter, sour, or hot foods. Avoid taking if pregnant.

Size: 100 pills per bottle.

Manufactured by

China National Medicine & Health Products Import & Export Corporation


Kwei Fang Brand SUPERIOR FU FANG JIN QIAN CHAO PILL




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