Back in Action Herb Drops

Back in Action with corydalis is a powerful combination of 23 herbs long used effectively in Chinese herbal medicine to support pain relief and recovery in muscles, ligaments, and joints.*

support maximum relief of minor muscle and tissue pain; and promote recovery and repair of muscles, joints, and connective tissues


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Back in Action: Instructions for Use

Back in Action, our most complex herbal formula, has an interesting history as a traditional formula for aches, pain, and soreness of muscles and soft tissues. It was developed in China by Shaolin Temple monks to treat injuries received during combat and martial arts training. Records indicate they used the herbs in Back in Action to treat temporary soreness due to injury or overuse as well as chronic muscle or connective tissue pain caused by older injuries.

The recipe was nearly lost in 1928 when a warlord set fire to the Shaolin Temple and the monastery's library burned to the ground. Through a stroke of luck, a scribe had removed several documents to his own quarters to copy, and these escaped destruction. Among them was the herbal formula for aches and pains that is the basis for Back in Action. Herbalogic is happy to make it available again. 

  • Indications
    Take Back in Action for muscle and joint aches and pains due to occasional inflammation, exercise, injury, or physical labor. Also take before and after deep tissue massage, especially when massage is indicated due to injury. Back in Action contains natural analgesics that support pain relief. However, its strength is that it contains a number of herbs believed to promote accelerated recovery of muscles, ligaments, soft tissues, and bones from overwork and injury.*

  • Recommended Use
    Shake well and take 1 mL (about 20 drops or half a dropper full) per 50 lbs. of body weight by mouth two to three times per day, or as directed by your healthcare professional. If taste is too strong, add to a small amount (one to two ounces) of room temperature water or other liquid and drink.

    Alternate Serving Sizes & Frequency
    As with all concentrated herb drops, start with the recommended or smaller serving and increase as needed. If Back in Action is not effective after three days at the recommended serving size, increase as needed up to a maximum of 100 drops every two to three hours. For delayed onset muscle soreness, use 50 drops every 2-3 hours. For children under age 12 and adults weighing less than 100 lbs., the maximum serving is 20 drops 3 times daily. For children under age 8, the maximum serving is 15 drops 3 times daily. For children under age 6, the maximum serving is 10 drops 3 times daily. Not for use in children under age 3.

  • Ingredients
    Chinese angelica (root), Garden balsam (leaf), Safflower (flower), Red peony (root), Taxilli (whole herb), Corydalis (rhizome), Astragalus (root), Peach (kernel), Atractylodes (rhizome) bai-zhu, Chinese quince (fruit), Szechauan lovage (root), Mulberry (twig), Sappan (wood), Elk horn (shed antler), Myrrh (resin), Olibanum (resin), Angelica dahurica (root), Dipsaci (root), Psoralea (fruit), Pseudostellaria (root), Costus (root), Turmeric (tuber), & Cinnamon (twig)

    Other Ingredients
    Filtered water, ethyl alcohol from sugarcane (less than 17% by packaged volume), USP pharmaceutical grade vegetable glycerin

  • Cautions & Contraindications
    It's important to use Back in Action as intended to promote maximum health. Please follow these guidelines:

    • Do not use Back in Action in combination with blood thinning drugs.
    • When using Back in Action, monitor for bleeding or excessive bruising and discontinue if either occur.
    • After a traumatic injury, always seek a professional medical evaluation to rule out bone fractures and other serious conditions before taking Back in Action.

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