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Nourish

Resolve root issues of dry skin, brittle nails, thirst, split ends, dry stools, constipation which are usually Yin & Blood deficiency, lack of fluids and qi deficiency.

May be used with "Poo!" laxative formula for constipation.

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🌿 Nourishes Dry Skin, Brittle Nails, Dry Stools

🌿 Nourishes Blood & Yin

🌿 Helps treat root issues of lack luster hair, nails & skin

🌿 Moistens Lung & Large Intestine for total body moisture

 
 
 

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Ingredients:

All Natural Herbs: Sheng He Shou Wu (Fleeceflower Polygoni Multiflori), Xuan Shen (Black Figwort Root Scrophularia), Mai Men Dong (Lily Turf Root Ophiopogonis), Sheng Di Huang (Foxglove Root Rehmanniae), Da Huang (Rhubarb Root)

Our ingredients are the highest quality non-GMO natural ingredients sourced from around the world. Our supplements are manufactured in the USA in cGMP facilities registered with the FDA. Many supplement companies add toxic ingredients; we formulate ours with powerful herbs used for centuries and backed by scientific research.

 
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Directions:
Take for 4-6 weeks to help moisten the blood and yin treating root causes of dryness.

Dosage Size:
100-110 lbs I 4 Caps 3x day
110-140 lbs I 5 Caps 3x day
140-170 lbs I 6 Caps 3x day
170-210 lbs I 7 Caps 3x day
Over 210 lbs I 8 Caps 3x day

*Most effective when used with weekly acupuncture.

Foods To Promote Soft Stools and Ease Bowel Movements
(in cases of excessive heat or energy stagnation) include banana, papaya, orange, milk and yogurt.

Foods To Relieve Constipation
(due to insufficient energy and blood) include walnuts, sesame, almonds and other oil-rich nuts.

Lubricate The Intestines:
hemp seeds, black sesame seed, spinach, banana, sesame seed oil, honey, pear prune, walnut, pine nut, seaweed, cauliflower, beet

Foods That Promote Bowel Movements:
cabbage, papaya, coconut, sweet potatoes, asparagus, fig, bran

Demulcent Herbs:
marshmallow root, flax seed, psyllium seed

Laxative Herbs:
senna leaf -Fan Xie Ye, Da huang Rhubarb Roo, dandelion root, barberry bark

Flora-Enhancing Foods:
miso, sauerkraut, see or dairy yogurt, kefir, dark greens, alfalfa greens

 
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HERB DETAILS

Sheng He Shou Wu:
increases peristalsis, moistens the intestines and promotes bowel movements. It nourishes yin and blood especially in patients recovering from chronic illness, elderly or post-partum women.

Xuan Shen:
clears heat and nourishes yin. With Sheng Di Huang it clears heat in the ying (nutritive) level and supports the flourishing of yin. When Mai Men Dong is added with Xuan Shen and Sheng Di Huang, the yin is further supported. The body fluids become more moistened allowing yin and blood to flourish. 

Xuan shen (Radix Scrophulariae / Black Figwort Root):
clears heat in the ying (nutritive) level and nourishes yin. It is used for conditions of excess heat accompanied by drying up of body fluids.

 
 
 

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