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What is Fo-Ti-Tieng Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Fo-Ti-Tieng in Food

Fo-Ti-Tieng is a herb used in medicines. It is used for the treatment of tuberculosis, cancer, inflammation of prostate and for constipation. It acts as a detoxifier for liver, kidneys and blood. It is also used to strengthen muscles, bones and tendons. It reduces blood cholesterol level, cures insomnia, limb numbness, and pain in the back and knees. It prevents premature graying of hair, hair loss and dizziness. It is also used to treat tinnitus (ringing sound in ears). It is applied directly to skin eruptions, irritation and skin sores. It might cause liver damage, and is unsafe in pregnancy and lactation and can cause diarrhea.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 03/10/2011 - 01:10


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