This is a full spectrum harmonizing formula of the highest order. The superb tonics it consists of have been used throughout the ages by Taoist masters to generate radiant health, longevity and profound wisdom. These are the most elite health promoting herbs ever known to mankind — highly renowned in Chinese herbal traditions for the extraordinary anti-aging, immune strengthening, mind enhancing and spiritually stimulating qualities they have shown to exhibit. The eloquent combination of these classical Chinese tonic herbs will graciously nurture all Three Treasures: Jing, Qi, and Shen on a foundational level and help to tonify Qi & Yin Jing, which may help increase ones’ adaptive potential in every level of their life. Through continued use, this formula may: help to maintain abundant energy levels, physical endurance, support healthy sexual function and bring the body into complete harmony with its environment. It is simply the ultimate herbal adaptogenic experiences.
Ingredients: (Reishi, Astragalus, He Shou Wu, Rehmannia, Eucommia, Gynostemma, Goji, Schizandra, Licorice, Tangerine Peel)
Certified Organic Ingredients: 10:1 Extracts of Astragalus, He Shou Wu, Rehmannia, Eucommia, Gynostemma, Goji, Schizandra, Licorice, Tangerine Peel, *Organically Grown Reishi Dual Extract.
Net Wt. 85 grams — 85 servings
Suggested Use: Mix 1/2 tsp into a cup of hot water to have a perfect instant tea. Blend into any smoothie, coffee drink, elixir, or spice up your favorite foods. The Starting Dosage is 1/4 Tsp — Yet we recommended finding the appropriate amount that best serves you. However you choose to use our herbal extracts, please remember they are exceptionally potent, and a little bit goes a long way…
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