Brand: Treasure of the East - Formulas

Foot Spa Herbal Soak - Circulation grams


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Product Description

Foot Spa Herbal Soak - Circulation

Product Description

Foot Spa Herbal Soak - Circulation

BrandTreasure of the East Extract Granules Formulas
English nameFoot Spa Herbal Soak - Circulation
Unit Size100 gram bottle
Serving SizeDissolve 1-2 teaspoons into 1.5 - 2 gallons (Ankle deep) warm water. Soak both feet for 20-40 minutes. Use daily for 2 weeks for therapeutic need or 2-3 times weekly for maintenance.
Potency5:1 extract granules
ContraindicationsExternal use only
Chinese Symptomologyswelling
Western Symptomologyedema
ActionsImproves circulation and reduces puffiness in the lower extremities.
IngredientsQian Niu Zi (Hei Chou), Pao Jiang, Lu Xian Cao, Liu Ji Nu, Jiu Cai Zi, Jiang Xiang, Fu Ling Pi, Dong Gua Zi, Ding Xiang, Tou Gu Cao, Xiang Jia Pi, Xiang Ru.

The foot bath treatment originated from ancient China with 3000 years of history. Chinese Medicine teaching says that all of the organs have reflected points on the foot. The 3 yin meridians start from the feet, the 3 yang meridians end at the feet, and there are more than 60 acupuncture points located on the foot. The Foot Bath stimulates these points on the feet and increases the circulation of blood flow, which regulates the energy flow in the meridians. It is used to regulate the balance and function of your organs, strengthen the function of the heart and brain, reduce fatigue, improve sleeping patterns, strengthen constitutional make-up, and deal with sub-clinical related conditions. A test done in China indicated that a normal person, who used warm water (104-113 F) soaking for 30-40 minutes, increased the total blood circulation in a woman 10-13 times and in an man 13-18 times.

Concentrated powders of natural herbal products tend to absorb moisture from the air. Hence, it is necessary for the manufacturer to add a suitable amount of excipient to stabilize the concentrated herbal products. Non-GMO starch which contains maltodextrin, are used as excipients.