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Health Concerns Resinall E Tabs 60t

BrandHealth Concerns

Health Concerns Resinall E Tabs 60t promotes Tissue Regeneration

Stops Bleeding
Activates Blood
Therapuetic Actions:
  1. Treats pain and swelling due to traumatic injuries--sprains, strains, contusions, fractures, broken bones, torn sinews, bleeding, bruising, lacerations
  2. Helps the body heal from surgery
  3. Can be taken before traumatic events, such as football or boxing
  4. May be used for flare up of chronic inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, and stubborn, long term headaches


One tablet contains:
Bromelain 100 mg
Papain 50 mg
Trypsin 50 mg
Chymotrypsin 100 mcg
Rutin 100 mg
Herbs (350 mg):
Dragon’s Blood Xue Jie
Tienchi San Qi
Catechu Er Cha
Corydalis Yan Hu Suo
Carthamus Hong Hua
Myrrh Mo Yao
Frankincense Ru Xian

Suggested Usage: Internal: 3 to 5 tablets three or more times per day, taken between meals. If digestive discomfort occurs, reduce dosage. 60 tablets, 650 mg, 7 day supply

About the Manufacturer


Health Concerns' formulas are created on the basis of traditional Chinese Medicine and modern biochemistry and developed by experienced practitioners such as Dr. Fung Fung, Andrew Gaeddert, Misha Cohen, Bob Flaws, and Jake Fratkin. Health Concerns is dedicated to promoting the benefits of herbal therapies by providing the highest quality herbal products available today. HCN understands that the traditional means of administering Traditional Chinese Medicine, through the brewing and drinking of teas is not often effective for Western patients and have therefore developed a wide range of products based on TCM formulas in a tablet form. Health Concerns also knows that much of the benefit of herbal therapies relies on a sophisticated use of combinations of herbs tailored to the specific symptoms and aliments of the patient. Therefore, almost all of their products are sold to and distributed through professional health practitioners.

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