Yunnan Baiyao Pills for Bleeding or Hematoma
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Size 16 tablets, 0.25 grams each
✔ Open wounds
What it is:
Yunnan Baiyao (also Yunnan Paiyao) is the best-known household Chinese medicine used to help stop bleeding and promote healing from wounds or internal injuries in humans and animals. A 100% all natural herbal formula used by Chinese medicine practitioners for over 100 years, Yunnan Baiyao in capsule form is recommended if you need accurate dosage. Included is one (1) red emergency pill in the center of the blister pack for immediate serious conditions or injuries.
Yunnan Baiyao capsule are recommended by most veterinarians, can be used in most mammals such as dogs, horses, cats and other household pets.
- Helps coagulate bleeding
- Relieves pain and swelling
- Safe for dogs and horses
Traditional Chinese medicine benefits:
- Treats blood stasis and pain
- Invigorates blood circulation
- Opens orifices
What else you need to know:
Each pack is accompanied with a small red pill, called Bao Xian Zi, or commonly known as the “safety pill.” This pill should be taken in severe trauma cases and is said to prevent a person from going into shock. Yunnan Baiyao is also available in powder form, intended for topical use or for mixing with other ingredients.
As featured in A Path With Paws
- Important: Save the red safety pill.
- Take orally, 1 - 2 capsules each time, 4 times a day with water.
- For severe cases of blood loss, take the red pill with water immediately.
- Yunnan Baiyao
I was so glad to find exactly the remedy I needed and was able to stock up. It's doing me a lot of good, so I'm glad I have a place to go to keep up my supply.
The delivery was fast and was emailed tracking info as well as a notification when it was delivered.
My family have been using the Yunnan Baiyao pills for generations now, and I am glad I found the original packaging. Such a relief and great feeling of protection for my entire family. Highly recommended.
This worked! Avoided surgery.
This stuff is phenomenal. A year and a half ago my dog was diagnosed with a tumor in her nose. The vets give her 3 to 6 months to live, 9 months if we did radiation therapy. We didn't do radiation, but she's been on Yunnan baiyao twice a day since then. She's only had one minor bleed which is incredible with these tumors and she still runs and fetches and it's just about to reach her 13th birthday.