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THE WAY: HARMONIZING JING TONIC | LONGEVITY TEA

$75

This is a full spectrum harmonizing formula of the highest order. The superb tonics it consists of have been traditionally 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 herbal traditions for the extraordinary anti-aging, immune strengthening, mind enhancing and spiritually stimulating qualities they have shown to have. The eloquent combination of these classical Chinese tonic herbs can graciously nurture all Three Treasures: Jing, Qi, and Shen on a foundational level and help to tonify Qi & Yin Jing.

This tonic may help support the adaptive potential in all aspects of life. Through continued use, this formula may help support abundant energy levels, physical endurance, support healthy sexual function and gently bring the body into complete harmony with its environment. It is simply the ultimate herbal adaptogenic experience.

Ancient Immortal's Blend — Harmonizing Jing Tonic

Reishi mushroom is known as the “mushroom of Immortality”, and is one of the most profound longevity tonics in existence. It has shown to protect cellular DNA from oxidant damage caused by aging and possesses remarkable health benefits. Astragalus root is a “heaven class” elite herb that’s traditionally used to restore health, fortify the body + mind, and support longevity through stimulating activity of telomerase. He Shou Wu root (prep.) is truly a superior tonic, and the foremost beneficial herb for nourishing and preserving our vital essence. It is traditionally used to tonify and replenish the kidneys + liver, stimulating and harmonizing adrenal gland function, and promoting general endocrine system balance. For ages this tonic has been a highly sought after and renowned for potently restoring strength + vigor and a very youthful sexual drive. Rehmannia root (prep.) is known as the “kidney’s own food”, prepared Rehmannia is an herb needed by most all today. It is a premier yin jing tonic for rejuvenating our most basic essence. It has been traditionally used for building the blood, tonifying the liver & kidneys, replenishing bone marrow, and promoting growth of muscles. Goji fruit is an instrument of extreme longevity has been used by Taoist monks as a daily tonic for centuries. It is an excellent blood tonic and one of the top herbs for promoting a long, healthy, and happy life. Eucommia bark is a very special yang jing athletic herb that comes from natural latex-producing trees in Asia. It supports ligament + joint health, the adrenals, sexual health, and is a overall excellent energy tonic. Gynostemma leaf, also called jiaogulan, is considered a rare three treasures nourisher that imparts majestic vitality upon all those whom consume it. As legend has it, inhabitants located near where gynostemma prolifically grows, allegedly have much longer lifespans, with a large percentage of individuals living upwards of 100 years of age. Reishi Spores are like highly vibrational microscopic elements with almost other worldly origins. Schizandra fruit is a luxurious youth preserver and secret sexual tonic has been used to harmonize the body, beautify the skin, and soften the spirit for ages in Taoist traditions. It is one of our favorite herbs and is an elite longevity tonic we use almost daily. Licorice root harmonizes ingredients of the herbal formula, tonifies the spleen and moistens the lungs, and is one of the most widely used herbs for eliminating toxins. Tangerine peel helps move Qi (energy) stagnation and acts as a digestive aid. 

What's Inside:

Ingredients: Reishi, Astragalus, He Shou Wu, Rehmannia, Goji, Eucommia, Gynostemma, Reishi Spores, Schizandra,  Licorice, Tangerine Peel.

Amount per container: 3.52oz (100g) extract powder

Servings per container: 40 servings (using 1 tsp per serving)

Suggested Use: Take 1 tsp 1-2 times per day or as desired. Blend into any juice, smoothie, coffee drink, elixir, spice up your favorite foods, or even eat directly by the spoonful.

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