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Butiao Tablets - Herbal Supplement

Size: 100 tablets per bottle

Product code: YC11

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Butiao Tablets are a natural alternative to help keep high energy levels during a woman's menstrual cycle. This product is useful to support healthy, regular periods, and also can help with cramping relief during menstruation.


Butiao Tablets have been used in Asia to help support a woman’s menstrual condition that causes discomfort. The ingredients in this herbal supplement can help to provide women support for a variety of menstrual conditions:

  • Temporarily alleviates cramping pain associated with menstruation
  • Supports healthy liver function to regulate blood flow during menstruation
  • Replaces nutrients that are lost during menstruation

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Butiao Tablets contain the following:

  • Codonopsis Root
  • Cyperus Rhizome
  • Cassia Bark
  • Millettia Dielsiana Stem
  • Shepherd's Purse Herb
  • Cang-zhu Atractylodes Rhizome
  • Cherokee Rose Mature Fruit
  • Mulberry Mistletoe Herb
  • Moghania Root
  • Chinese Licorice Root
  • Chinese Motherwort Herb
  • Rose Myrtle Fruit
  • Litsea Root and Rhizome
  • Lesser Galangal Rhizome
  • Chinese Mugwort Leaf
  • Whitebackleaf Mallotus Leaf
  • Hispid Fig Root

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We recommend that you take three tablets, two or three times each day. You should take them for seven days every month. Do not use these pills if you have a cold or fever.

Manufactured by
Guangdong Yihetang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

Product of
Guangdong, China

Do not take if pregnant or nursing.
Do not take in excess of recommended amounts or for extended periods or time. Individuals with a history of kidney stones or loose watery stools should use cautiously.
Not recommended in cases of excessive sweating, diabetes, hypertension, liver disorders, severe kidney insufficiency, and hypokalemia.
May potentiate potassium depletion of thiazide diuretics and stimulant laxatives, as well as the action of cardiac glycosides and cortisol.

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