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Superior Tonic Herb
In China, the goddess Magu is revered because of her luscious radiant beauty. As an immortal, Magu remained eternally young. Magu's treasure is a combination of nothing less than the finest tonic herbs available in the world, specifically designed as the ultimate woman's tonic. It is composed of virtually every superior herb traditionally used by the most beautiful and wealthy women of the Orient. It includes such highly prized herbal substances as Deer Antler tips, Placenta, Pearl, Schizandra, Royal Jelly, Dang Gui, etc. Magu's Treasure is fundamentally a deep essence tonic with strong blood tonic qualities. It contains all three Treasures --- Jing, Qi and Shen. It is believed in the Orient to be beneficial to all the functions of a woman. Magu's Treasure is a perfect balance of Yin and Yang, suitable for virtually all healthy women who wish to remain young and beautiful. It has a deep replenishing, nourishing quality that helps to preserve a woman's youthfulness and to promote radiant health. 100 capsules. Dosage: 2 to 3 capsules 3 times per day to start, or approx. 2 per day as a maintenance dose.
Indications: Traditional Functions - Increases Yin and Yang Jing, builds and purifies blood, fortifies Qi and nurtures Shen.Who can use this formula - Any woman who wishes to achieve radiant health and who wishes to maximize thier physical beauty. The complete female formula.
Ingredients: Deer Antler Tips, Placenta, Hydrolyzed Pearl, Royal Jelly, Schizandra, Lycium, Dang Gui, White Peony, Codonopsis, Cynomorium, Longan Fruit
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