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  • Eye Ching

    Product UPC# 791572640069

    Item# OH0026

  • Retail Price: $2.99
  • Our Price: $2.07
  • Your Savings: 31% off
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Eye Ching
TWENTY-FIVE HERBS TO EASE IRRITATION
Eye Ching smoothes out the function of the Chinese Liver system, as it relates to the eyes and the way we process change.

  • Directions

    Directions: Basic Way: Take two capsules three times a day.
    Another Way: Throw out the notion that a printed set of directions will provide the exact answer. Consider size, constitution, timing, and other factors affecting each unique person. Frequent use (as often as every twenty minutes) may be required in certain circumstances. With more experience and some anticipation, you won't need to consume a large quantity of herbs. The suggested maximum amount per day is 24 capsules.
    Continue with the Basic Way for a couple of days to ensure that irritation has been eased. When the process is complete, your Chinese Liver system will feel smoothed and soothed.

  • Ingredients

    Ingredients: Rehmanniae (prepared root) Corni (fruit) Dioscoreae (rhizome) Alismatis (rhizome) Moutan (cortex) Poria Cocos (fruiting body) Chrysanthemi (flower) Lycii (fruit) Angelicae Sinensis (root) Cassiae (seed) Coptidis (rhizome) Forsythiae (fruit) Gardeniae (fruit) Glycyrrhizae (root) Ladebourlellae (root) Ligustici Wallichi (rhizome) Menthae (herb) Notopterygii (root) Paeoniae Alba (root) Platycodi (root) Schizonepatae (herb) Scutellariae (root) Tribuli (fruit) Viticis (fruit)
    Other ingredients: There is a cornstarch excipient that is used to bind the formula together. It is a very, very small amount. The gelatin capsules are bovine from the hide of grass-fed cows raised in Brazil. The powder version of this formula is vegetarian.
    The formulas are gluten free (NO wheat [including kamut and spelt], barley, rye, and triticale, as well as the use of gluten as a food additive in the form of a flavoring, stabilizing or thickening agent).