He Shou Wu/Fo-Ti Root Extract (Polygonum Multiflorum)
Long revered as one of the most important and powerful herbs in the Chinese Medicine pharmacopeia, a ‘Life Elixir’. This herb is a remarkable yin jing tonic and was recorded in ancient Taoist texts to be discovered in 821 AD by a weak, frail, sterile man named Neng Si, who was 58 years old. After several months of taking this herb, his vitality and strength grew and within several years his hair colour was restored and his appearance became more youthful and he fathered children. Some sources say he lived to 160 years old.
He Shou Wu is not a stimulant, yet revered as one of the greatest energy tonics. He Shou Wu is considered an adaptogen, it is said to be both energizing while supporting an inner-calm and grounded state of being. Its action is cumulative through continuous usage.
Serving Size: Start out small, ¼ tsp., which is approx. 74 serves in a 50-gram bag. Often sipping on smaller amounts twice a day, rather than all at once. Increase the amount and feel what is right for you; a little goes a long way.
Directions: Ready to eat. Mix straight into hot water or combine with other Golden Magnificence extracts or coffee.
Ingredients: Pure Organic He Shou Wu Extract. No other ingredients/fillers. Concentration 16:1 Cultivated in China free of chemicals, herbicides or any other excipients. Roots are aged 3 to 5 years.
*This is a concentrated extract of PREPARED He Shou Wu. Traditionally, He Shou Wu is prepared in black bean soup (16 parts herb, 1 part soup), to remove the strong laxative effect of unprepared He Shou Wu. If unprepared it moves through the body too quickly to benefit from all its wonderful attributes, including its tonifying of the kidneys and liver. *Each batch is tested for toxins, cross-contaminants, identity and potency.
*This product and claims made for this specific product have not been evaluated by the TGA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Consult your physician if you are currently on medication, pregnant, lactating, sick or uncertain.