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Peony and Licorice is a safe and gentle, yet powerful, formula that is famous for its ability to build blood and balance menstrual cycles. This formula has also been shown to dramatically relieve various types of spasmodic pain, such as muscle cramps in the back and legs (restless legs), stiff muscles, premenstrual cramping, sciatica, and abdominal pain. It can also be a very relaxing formula to take before bed. It does not make you drowsy, but relaxes you for a good night's sleep.
For nourishing the blood: take 3 capsules twice a day
For PCOS support: take 3 capsules twice a day
For night time leg cramps or stiffness: take 3-5 before bed
For any pain related condition: safe to take 3-9 per day.
For after-workout relief from sore and stiff muscles: take 3-5 after an intense workout.
Peony and Licorice is so wonderful for spasmodic pain, for example the restlessness of legs that many people of all ages can experience.
Her restless legs calmed down in one week!:
"For a long time I have had cramping in my legs like that Restless Legs they talk about. I can tell you it is a very uncomfortable way to live. You never get a good nights sleep. The leg cramps could happen in the day, but the worst starts in the evening when you are tired and trying to relax. You want to be still and your legs want to dance. It sounds funny but it is anything but......"
Caution: if you have hypertension or high blood pressure it is best to keep the capsules per day no more than 6. Because there are other herbs in the formula this is a very low amount of glycyrrhiza, which is the active ingredient in licorice which has been shown in large doses to have negative side effects or interact with certain drugs. If you have blood pressure issues you should completely avoid pure licorice as the glycrrhiza levels would be too high. (details from the University of Maryland Medical Center)