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A combination of Chinese herbs to increase vitality and improve mood!
For anxiety, shock and depression in your pets.
A combination of Chinese herbs, AD-C acts as a natural antidepressant to increase vitality and improve mood. Many people have been able to wean themselves off antidepressant medication using this formula. Nature's Sunshine Chinese Herbal Combinations build on the 5,000-year-old Chinese herbalism tradition. Traditional Chinese medicine, including herbs, provides basic health care to more than a third of the world's population.
Features and Benefits:
Contains herbs traditionally used for:
Relieve depression and anxiety.
Relieve pain and inflammation.
Supports the function of the liver nutritionally.
Relieves chest tension and congestion.
Adults: Take 1-2 capsules with a meal, twice a day and as needed.
* Consult a practitioner for use exceeding 4 to 6 weeks.
Medicinal ingredients: Each capsule contains 39.15 mg of Perilla frutescens (perilla) leaf; 34.8 mg of the rhizome of Cyperus rotundus (nutsedge); 30.45 mg of the fruit of Citrus aurantium (bitter orange); 30.45 mg of rhizome of Typhonium flagelliforme (rhizoma tiphoniiflagelliformis); 26.1 mg of Bupleurum chinense root (buplève); 26.1 mg of fruit peel of Citrus reticulata (tangerine); 26.1 mg of Ophiopogonjaponicus tuber (Japanese lily of the valley); 26.1 mg of rhizome Selinum striatum; 26.1 mg of timed'Uncaria rhynchophylla (gou teng); 26.1 mg of Wolfiporia extensa scletorus (pachyma); 21.75 mg of Angelica sinensis root (angelica); 21.75 mg of Panaxginseng root (Asian ginseng); 21.75 mg of Platycodon grandiflorus (platycodon) root; 21.75 mg of Zingiberofficinale rhizome (ginger); 17.4 mg of Coptis chinensis (Chinese coptid) rhizome and 13.05 mg of Glycyrrhiza uralensis (Chinese licorice) root, all as a 5.5: 1 potentiated extract.
Non-medicinal ingredients: gelatin, magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide.
1. Quantity: 30 capsules
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you are taking prescribed medication, consult a practitioner before use.
If symptoms persist, worsen, or appear, consult a physician.