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Warming Circulation Tonic

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Ginkgo

WARMING CIRCULATION TONIC
Warming, Circulation Enhancing Tonic

A blend of the liquid extracts of:

• Ginkgo leaf (Ginkgo biloba) 25%
• Eleuthero root (Eleutherococcus senticosus) 25%
* Rosemary leafy branch (Rosmarinus officinalis) 20%
• Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale) 16%
• Prickly Ash bark (Zanthoxylum clava-herculis) 10%
• Cayenne pepper (Capsicum annuum) 1:4 4%

* Fresh • Dried

Action: Enhances the general circulation of the blood and warms the extremities.
Promotes venous and capillary integrity.

Uses: Indicated in overall poor circulation, especially when associated with pallor & coldness of the extremities (cold hands and feet). Also may be useful as adjunct therapy in the treatment of Raynaud’s disease, intermittent claudication, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and arteriosclerosis.

Dose: Two to four times per day, take 20 to 40 drops in water. Best taken upon arising and between meals.

A stimulating “hot toddy” which warms the innards and body from the cold winds of winter can be made by mixing drops into hot apple juice.

Adjunct Therapy: Liquid Lightning can be massaged into cold hands and feet to invigorate the skin and local circulation.

For Raynaud’s disease, massage Lobelia • Skunk Cabbage Compound (“Antispasmodic Tincture”) into painful area(s) to relieve spasm of small arteries and arterioles.

Cautions: Do not take when there is fever or active inflammation in the body; especially contraindicated in acute, inflammatory venous diseases associated with burning, redness and pain, as in flare-ups of phlebitis, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, etc.


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