Product Description

Clear Vessel, 180 caps

Unit Size: 180 gel caps

Dosage: This formula is meant for long term use and may require as much as 3 months to show a significant change in blood lipids depending upon diet, stress levels, and other factors.

Potency: 10:1 (average) 500mg

Properties: Designed for long term support of patients with hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol)

Contraindications: Patients who wish to use this formula in order to stop taking Western statin drugs for lowering blood lipid levels should be regularly monitored by their primary care physician.

Chinese Symptomology: Xiong men (chest oppression), xiong bi (chest impediment), xuan yun (dizziness)

Actions: Harmonizes the liver and spleen, clears heats and eliminates dampness, quickens the blood and abducts stagnation

Pattern: Liverspleen disharmony complicated by enduring dampness and heat, incipient yin vacuity, and blood stasis

Chinese name: Yi Xin Jiang Zhi Tang Jia Jian, 180 caps

English name: Clear Vessel, 180 caps


*This formula treats a liver-spleen disharmony complicated by enduring dampness and heat, incipient yin vacuity, and blood stasis. This is a common pattern associated with relatively asymptomatic hyperlipidemia, also known as high cholesterol, in a relatively mesomorphic individual (i.e., a patient who is neither extremely skinny nor grossly obese). This is a modern research formula based on Bob Flaws research of over 100 clinical trials in Chinese medical journals from the late 1980s up to 2003. The base formula that Clear Vessel is based on was demonstrated to lower total cholesterol and triglycerides while raising high density lipids (good cholesterol) at the same time.


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