Size: 1 oz (w/dropper included)-- approx. 10 days supply
MADE IN USA
What is it?:
Gentle Spring Liquid Tincture (Huan Shao Tan Tang) is a Chinese Herbal Medicine formula that strengthens and revitalizes the body’s energy when naturally depleted due to age, postpartum, or after a lengthy illness (in terms of TCM, we say it tonifies Kidney yang). It also contains herbs that nourish and strengthen tendons and ligaments and can therefore address weak knees and sore lower back. It is also helpful for those with poor memory, hearing loss, poor appetite, and lack of sexual desire (esp. in men).
What is it good for:
- longevity/recovery tonic
- Signs of aging: poor memory, poor/declining hearing and vision, dizziness, fatigue, sore lower back and knees, greying hair, etc...
- supports normal sexual function
- urinary dribbling & incontinence
Traditional Chinese medicine benefits:
- tonifies and warms Kidney
- tonifies Spleen
- astringes leakage
nourishes the Liver
What else you might like to know:
It is important to understand that Chinese herbs work by restoring balance to the body. This means that you usually have to take an herb or a formula for a longer period of time than you would with pharmaceuticals in order to get results-- usually at least a month, and often times longer than that... it all depends on the individual and the nature of the ailment being addressed.
Ingredients: Jujube date (Da zao), Lycium fruit (Gou qi zi), Chinese yam (Shan yao), Sweetflag rhizome (Shi chang pu), Cornelian cherry (Shan zhu yu), Schisandra berry (Wu wei zi), Poria fungus (Fu ling), Fennel seed (Xiao hui xiang), Polygala root (Yuan zhi), Broomrape stem (Rou cong rong), Eucommia bark (Du zhong), Achyranthes root (Huai niu xi), Morinda root (Ba ji tian), Cordecyps (Dong chong xia cao), Rehmania root (Sheng di huang)
Directions for use:
Shake Well before each use.
Maintenance Serving: Dissolve 1-2 droppers (1/2 tsp.) in warm water or juice 2-3 times daily.
Augmented Serving: Take 1 full tsp. 2 to 3 times daily in warm water or juice or as directed by a qualified herbalist familiar with the use of Chinese herbs and formulas.
To evaporate alcohol place in hot water.