What is the Difference Between Fallopian Tube Formula I & II?

by Jodi Shabazz February 18, 2019

FAQ: Are Fallopian Tube Formula I and II the same? Is Fallopian Tube Formula II the "new improved" version of FTF I? What is the difference?
 
Fallopian Tube Formula I and II are completely different herbal blends. FTF I consists of herbs xi xian cao and yi mu cao (siegesbeckia and leonurus, or motherwort). FTF II consists of herbs cinnamon, poria, astragalus root, and dong quai. 
 
FTF II is NOT the new improved version of FTF I. It is a completely different and complementary herbal blend. These two herbal blends are very similar in functionality. 
 
In the book, "No! IVF Is NOT Your Only Option!" you can read about FTF I on page 113, Chinese Herbs Xi Xian Cao & Yi Mu Cao. 
 
And on page 120, you can read about the new FTF II, Chinese Herbal Formula. 
 
FTF I is great for helping the body heal scar tissue and blockage and pull excess fluids from the fallopian tubes, as in the case of hydrosalpinx. It is also anti-inflammatory, enhances the immune system, and promotes healthy circulation and hormonal balance.
 
FTF II is great for helping the body heal scar tissue and blockage and regenerate new healthy tissue, as well as resolving endometriosis, hydrosalpinx, fibroids, ovarian cyst, and chronic pelvic inflammatory disease. This herbal blend is also anti-inflammatory, immune enhancing and helps to promote healthy circulation and hormonal balance.
 
Both of these herbal blends are excellent on their own, but they work best taken together. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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