Yunnan Baiyao Powder for Bleeding or Hematoma
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Size 4 grams, loose powder
✔ Open wounds
What it is:
Yunnan Paiyao is the best-known household Chinese medicine used to help stop bleeding and promote healing from wounds or internal injuries. In it's powder form, you have the versatility to take it internally and/or apply it topically.
- Helps coagulate bleeding
- May relieve pain and swelling
- May be applied topically or taken internally
- 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:
Yunnan Paiyao is traditionally provided in small bottles with 4 grams of powder, intended for topical use or for mixing with other ingredients. Each bottle 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.
As featured in A Path With Paws
- Important: Save the red safety pill.
- For topical applications, spread the powder sparingly over the affected area and see instant affects.
- For internal ingestion, mix powder with water or wine and drink.
- For severe cases of blood loss, take the red pill with water immediately.
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My Master introduced me to this brand of Yunnan Baiyao cut medicine, and our Association would never train two-man without having some on hand.
Very positive experience!
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Fast shipment for a essential product
A+ service, I was notified of shipment details and given tracking information. Will most definitely buy from them again.. perhaps I will get some soup remedies from them as well.
This product is great. I believe that this has helped my dog. I have been using this powder for a few months. My dog was given 2-8 weeks to live and this has extended his life.
I've been using this product for my dog. He was given a 2-8 week timeline. So thankful for this herb!