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Herbal-V Suppositories


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Fights :

  • Bacteria
  • Candida
  • Odor
  • Vaginal inflammation 
  • Leucorrhea

Pregnant women cannot use this product!! 


6 suppositories in an order 


Directions: Insert one Suppository at night for 3 nights. Cut out processed foods and refined sugars for 1 week while healing. 



Lonicera japanica thunb (honey sickle flower) : "Praised as the best herb that fights bacteria and diminishes inflammation, honeysuckle flower, also commonly known as Japanese honeysuckle and Jin Yin Hua, is one of the most familiar Chinese healing herbs these days. The “Compendium of Materia Medica” names it as Jin Yin Hua, literally translated as “gold silver flower” in English, simply because its flowers are white (silver) initially and then turn yellow (gold) when fully blooming. Thanks to its unique medicinal properties and lots of health benefits available, it is used as not only medicine but also the substitute of tea for a number of purposes since it has kind of bittersweet flavor and sweet aroma. More importantly, regular consumption of it does not hurt the stomach, but quickly reduce inflammation by means of dispelling dampness and resolving toxin."-


Amur Corktree Bark


Tips: Strong antiseptic action in dysentery, enteritis, cystitis, urethritis; also lowers blood pressure and blood sugar 
Properties and Taste:Bitter and cold,Bitter in flavor, cold in nature, it is related to the kidney, urinary bladder and large intestine channels. 
Meridians:Kidney, urinary bladder and large intestine 


To remove damp-heat, quench fire, counteract toxicity, and relieve consumptive fever. 
To nourish yin and reduce fire. 


1. To clear heat and dry dampness; 
2. To reduce fire and release toxins 

Clears away heat to eliminate dampness, purges intense heat to remove toxic substances and reduces fever to eliminate any disease characterized by hectic fever. 

Indications and Combinations: 

1.Dysentery, jaundice and morbid leucorrhea caused by damp-heat; urinary infectious; weakness and edema of legs; consumptive fever and night sweating; seminal emission; sores and skin infection with local redness and swelling; eczema with itching, vaginal discharge ( leucorrhea )



Cnidium monnieri: "Nowadays, this herb is commonly used for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, genital eczema, trichomonas infection, postpartum uterine prolapse, chronic, non-healing skin ulcers in children, allergic dermatitis, sumac allergy, tinea manus (hands) and tinea pedis (foot), abnormal vaginal discharge, pharyngitis, peripheral neuritis, and so on. What’s more, it is reported that cnidium can increase both man and woman’s libido and treat male and female infertility."-



Andrographis wall : " Andrographis: “The King of Bitters” is a perfect herb for Candida as it has strong antifungal properties, protects the liver, while also being great for boosting the immune system. "


•Anti-inflammatory (reduces swelling and cuts down exudation from capillaries... antiflammatory action probably mediated, in part, by adrenal function)

  • Antibacterial (fights bacterial activity... although Andrographis appears to have weak direct antibacterial action, it has remarkably beneficial effect in reducing diarrhea and symptoms arising from bacterial infections.)


Therapeutic potential of andrographolide for treating endometriosis : 


 background: Mounting evidence shows that nuclear factor-kB (NF-kB) plays an important role in endometriosis. We therefore eval- 

uated the therapeutic potential of andrographolide, an NF-kB inhibitor. 


methods: Primary cell cultures were performed using ectopic endometrial tissue specimens and their homologous eutopic endometrial specimens from 16 women with endometriosis, as well as control samples from 4 women without endometriosis. Andrographolide was evaluated for an effect on cell proliferation and cell cycle, DNA-binding activity of NF-kB and expression of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and tissue factor (TF). In a rat model of endometriosis, andrographolide treatment was evaluated for an effect on lesion size, hotplate re- sponse latency and expression of phosphorylated p50 and p65, COX-2 and nerve growth factor (NGF) in ectopic endometrium. 


results: Andrographolide dose dependently suppressed proliferation and cell cycle progression, attenuated DNA-binding activity of NF-kB in endometriotic stromal cells and inhibited COX-2 and TF expression. In the rat experiment, induced endometriosis resulted in reduced response latency. Andrographolide treatment significantly reduced lesion size in a dose-dependent manner and significantly increased response latency. Andrographolide treatment also significantly reduced immunoreactivity of COX-2, phosphorylated p50 and p65, and NGF in ectopic endometrium


conclusions: Treatment with andrographolide significantly suppresses the growth of ectopic endometrium in vitro and in vivo, and results in a significant improvement in generalized hyperalgesia in rats with induced endometriosis. Therefore, andrographolide may be cytor- eductive and may relieve pain symptoms in women with endometriosis. With excellent safety and cost profiles, andrographolide could be a promising therapeutic agent for endometriosis.