Li Dan Wan - Nuherbs

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Li Dan Wan - Nuherbs

Brand: Nuherbs
Formula Name: Li Dan Wan
Price: $10.99
Format/Size: 100 Nuherbs Teapills - General Dose 4 teapills 2-3 times per day. At full dose lasts approximately 9 days.

Potential clinical applications and theory information for this formula may be found on our li dan wan (benefit the gallbladder pills) page. You may also see this formula named: "Lidan Tablets, Relieve The Gallbladder Formula".

Potential applications (truncated from our theory section): A range of gallbladder, liver and related digestive/obstructive issues - clears damp heat from the liver and gall bladder in TCM terms.  Symptoms may include gallstones and/or a range of digestive issues from poor gallbladder function – na… read more.


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Associated Patterns: liver and gallbladder damp heat

About Nuherbs

Nuherbs Co. was founded in 1979 by Dr. Bing Yin Lee as a family herb store in Oakland's Chinatown. Over the years, their herb store has grown into a leading importer of Chinese herbal formulas, bulk herbs, Chinese Medicine supplies, and other custom products. In spite of this growth, they remain a family business guided by their belief in the advancement of Chinese Medicine.  They utilize an Australian TGA GMP facility to produce their primary brands, making nuherbs Co. one of the first TCM companies in the United States to adopt GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices).  They also utilize several independent laboratories in the United States to ensure our teapills meet their safety requirement for heavy metals, microbacteria, and other contaminants. Dual testing by independent laboratories in the United States and the factory’s in-house laboratories in China made their teapills one of the rare lines to ever be dual tested. 

Product Correlations with Associated Conditions and Patterns

Below you will find the range of products that are interwoven clinically with li dan wan. As described elsewhere, herbal formulas are most often chosen to accomplish balancing the persons "diagnosis" in Chinese Medicine terms - not by their issue/symptom.





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