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Geng Nian An Wan is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that is commonly used to support women's health during menopause.

Some potential health benefits of Geng Nian An Wan for menopause are:

 

  • Hormone Balance: Geng Nian An Wan contains several herbs that have been traditionally used to support hormonal balance during menopause, such as Chinese Angelica Root, Rehmannia Root, and White Peony Root. These herbs may help regulate hormonal fluctuations that can occur during menopause, potentially reducing symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings.

  • Energy and Vitality: Some of the herbs in Geng Nian An Wan, such as Ginseng and Chinese Wolfberry, have been traditionally used to support energy and vitality. Menopause can be a draining experience for some women, and supporting energy levels may help improve overall well-being.

  • Digestive Support: Geng Nian An Wan contains several herbs that have been traditionally used to support digestive health, such as Poria and Licorice Root. Digestive issues can be a common symptom of menopause, and supporting digestive health may help alleviate some symptoms.

  • Immune System Support: The formula contains herbs like Astragalus Root and Tangerine Peel that have been traditionally used to support the immune system. Supporting immune system function may help reduce the risk of infections during menopause.

  • Overall Wellness: By supporting hormonal balance, energy levels, digestive health, and immune system function, Geng Nian An Wan may help promote overall health and well-being during menopause.

 

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Geng Nian An Wan / (Menopause) 更年安

€15.00Price
Xian Mao (Curculigo): 9.23%; Huai Shan: 9.23%; Fu Xiao Mai (Triticum): 9.23% Shou Wu Teng: 9.23%; Zhen Zhu Mu (Margaritifera): 9.23%; Fu Ling (Poria): 9.23%; Shou Wu (Fo Ti): 9.23%; Zhi Gan Cao (Glycyrrhiza - Honey Baked): 4.62%; Shan Zhu Yu (Cornus): 4.62%; Xuan Shen (Scrophularia): 4.62%; Wu Wei Zi (Schisandra): 4.62%; Ze Xie (Alisma): 4.62%; Sheng Di Huang (Rehmannia): 4.62%; Shu Di Huang (Cooked Rehmannia): 4.62%; Mu Dan Pi (Moutan): 3.05%
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