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Tong Tai Chung Pain Relieving Wood Lok Oil 唐太宗活络油

Tong Tai Chung Pain Relieving Wood Lok Oil 唐太宗活络油

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Indications: Joint pain, back pain, rheumatism bone pain, sprained bruises, bruises, muscle pain, numbness of hands and feet, tendons and collateral, cramps bleeding, soup fire burns, mosquito bites, colds, dizziness, headaches, chest tightness. 

Directions: Adults and children over the age of six, with two to three drops of oil, gently apply to affected area topically. For colds, headaches, chest tightness, use two drops of oil gently and apply to the temples, underneath nose, or back of the ear. Do not use more than four times a day. 

Warning: This product is for external use only. Avoid this product with the eyes and mucous membranes. IF accidental exposure to those areas, immediately wash and flush the area with cold water. If you accidently swallow this product, immediately seek medical professional help or contact poison control center right away. If your symptoms have not gone away or has not improved, stop use and consult a chinese medicine practitioner or doctor. Children under the age of six should not use this product. Children with colds, chicken pox, or fever should avoid using methyl salicylate. Pregnant women should not use this product. 

Storage: Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight. Keep away from heat. 

Product Contents: 40 ml


Loose, whole herbs may vary from pictures due to its natural form and cut. Bag packaging may also differ as we source from multiple sources to ensure we have product on hand. All will have labels indicating scientific name, Chinese name, and weight.

Disclaimer & Precautions: This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use Chinese herbs or herbal extracts with caution. Professional advice is suggested. In TCM, Chinese herbs are often combined in the context of formulas to enhance each other's desirable action and to minimize any potential side effect. Consult a professional if you are pregnant or are taking any prescription medications or Western medications as it can cause interference or have a strong effect on the body.

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