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Jing

Superior Tonic Herb

 

Jing is a powerful primal essence formulation. It is suitable for those who require maximum restoration of essence after extreme or prolonged stress, illness or old age. It is particularly suitable for those women who have been pregnant and for those who have recently given birth to a child. Jing tonifies Kidney essence (Yin and Yang ), builds blood, tonifies Qi and purges false fire. 100 capsules. Dosage: 2 to 3 capsules 3 times per day to start, or approx. 2 per day as a maintenance dose.

 

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Indications: Traditional functions - Tonifies Ying Jing, Qi and Yang; Astringes Jing, and eliminates false fire. Who can use this formula - Those who wish to restore spent Jing and recover primal reserves.

 

Ingredients: Turtle Shell, Astragalus Root, Rehmannia Root, Eucommia Bark, Prepared Rehmannia, Cornus, Codonopsis, Ophiopogon, Phellondendron

Item #H023......$ 21.00


 

 



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H023

Jing  Dragon Herbs

$ 21.00


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