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Description: Tian Shu Qing improves cerebral function in patients with cerebral dysfunction. Memory and coordination improved. Promotes glucose reuptake by the brain and has been used in various cerebrovascular disorders.
Tian Shu Qing administration
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Should be taken with food. Take w/ a large glass of water. Swallow whole, do not chew/ crush.
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