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ORGANIC – AGED – PREPARED HE SHOU WU 30:1

He Shou Wu

He Shou Wu (Fo Ti) Aged Prepared Root Extract Powder : The Root of Youth

How Prepared He Shou Wu (Polygonum Multiflorum) May Help You

Prepared He-Shou-Wu May Be a Good Supplement for Helping to Support:

  • Immune-Related Conditions*
  • Autoimmune Disorders*
  • Allergies (Seasonal, Food Allergies, Pet Allergies, Etc.)*
  • Asthma*
  • Androgenic Alopecia (Male Pattern Baldness)*
  • Female Pattern Baldness*
  • Hair Loss/Hair Thinning*
  • Type 2 Diabetes*
  • Liver Diseases (Such as Fatty Liver Disease)*
  • Kidney Diseases*
  • Metabolic Disorders*
  • Heart Disease*
  • Risk of Stroke*
  • High Blood Pressure*
  • Blood Clotting Disorders*
  • Neurological Disorders*
  • Alzheimer’s Disease*
  • Parkinsons’ Disease*
  • Brain Fog*
  • Insomnia*
  • Sleep Disorders*
  • Viral Infections (Colds, Flu, HIV)*
  • Cancer Risk*
  • Different Types of Cancer*

PREPARED TO PERFECTION

Each Ingredient Must Have Historical Use & Independent Studies!

Our He Shou Wu ( fo ti ) is Traditionally “Prepared.” It starts with mature organic roots to ensure potency and effectiveness. The roots are sliced, stewed with black beans, dried and extracted to bring you one of the finest energy tonic herbs available!* Supporting Research 1–29

We Only Cultivate & Harvest The Purest Sourced Botanicals

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Hair & Liver Support – No Matter How You Mix It!

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The very finest

I am using this He-Shou-Wu powder as it was suggested for improvement with hair growth. I have not seen any improvement as it’s early on, I do notice that I have improved energy. The product is top notch… including the packaging. I especially love the little spoon included, as it makes the powder so easy to use. I’m looking forward to spectacular results.

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I can’t much as I just received it Ir does meet my standards

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Calm Energy

This is the real deal! It gives me calm energy. I use the wooden spoon that is included and add a spoonful to my green tea a couple to 3 times a day! I’m 66 and I can keep up and not get tired after a full day at work.

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First Class Product at a Great Price

This is a first-class product. Top quality contents and packaging. Part of me thinks that the think box is not necessary, but that is a minor point. Even with the packaging the price is very good.

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OUR PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH:

The Quality of Our Products, Knowledge, and Compassion Allows for The Perfect Experience.

We source Pure Raw Ingredients that are sustainably grown and harvested from around the world. Always making sure they’re free of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

High-Quality Processing Includes:

  • Pretreatment: Cleaning and separating only this highest quality raw material.
  • Dual Extraction Process: both water and alcohol extraction. This process allows for the extraction of some of the most active and bioavailable compounds. In the extraction process, we use purified water and Non-GMO ethanol.
  • Filtration: Once the extraction process is complete we filter using a multiple pass filtration system, to ensure purity.
  • Concentrate: We then concentrate the extract to needed potency.
  • Drying: We spray dry without any heat to ensure no denigration of potency.
  • Sieving: We then run the dried extract powder through a sieving and meshing process to ensure the proper consistency of the texture.
  • Testing: Once complete the finished product is sent to our Quality Control Center in the US. Then on to fulfillment centers located throughout the US for prompt delivery.

Effective, All Natural – Plus a 1 Year Money Back Guarantee!

AN AMAZING ANTIOXIDANT

If there’s anything that could slow the onset of aging, it would be antioxidants!* Of these, He Shou Wu has plenty.

Studies of the plant’s root reveal that it is full of phenolic compounds and flavonoids: antioxidant phytochemicals that naturally shield the body against free radical damage.*

Free radical damage is central to the most noticeable signs of aging! Antioxidants found at the root of He Shou Wu are certainly not granters of immortality, nor can they literally stop aging.

However, getting plenty of antioxidants from this herb may help you age with more bountiful health than ever before.*

DOES IT RESTORE HAIR?

Where could the stories of turning gray hair back to a youthful, vibrant color originate?

While solid evidence that it reduces graying is yet to be found, there is much stronger evidence that it may indeed both strengthen and reinvigorate hair growth.*

In one test, topical application of He Shou Wu to animal subjects did indeed visibly speed hair growth.

This may be especially helpful to both men and women with balding or hair thinning, common health frustrations that come with aging.

A LIVER PROTECTOR

Beyond its reputation for anti-aging properties, He Shou Wu is also used for liver support. It is used in this fashion in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) today.

It was also known for aiding the kidneys and lymphatic system to aid with detoxifying and processing the body’s waste.*

In recent animal studies, use of He Shou Wu was found to reduce the number of fatty deposits that made it to the liver. This may help lower cholesterol, a health issue that gets more common the more you age.*

Not coincidentally, aiding natural liver detoxification does help keep the body fit, running smoothly, and aging gracefully!*

A CHOLESTEROL REGULATOR

Science shows that this Chinese herb of old reduces fatty liver, but may also help to reduce the buildup of fats and plaque straight in the bloodstream, too.*

In other words: it’s an excellent natural cholesterol-lowering supplement!*

As we age, we may start to struggle with issues of keeping a balanced diet, even though this should be your foundation. Regardless, higher levels of cholesterol are a common consequence – but it may not be so likely with the regular use of He Shou Wu.*

In fact, studies have shown almost dramatic cholesterol-lowering with aid of the herb, making it a aid of atherosclerosis and heart disease: health risks that do increase with age.*

A DIGESTIVE STIMULATOR

Extracts of this plant’s root also reveal the presence of anthraquinones. These plant constituents are well-known to support digestive regularity in those who take it in moderate amounts.*

More particularly, however, anthraquinones are known to be digestive stimulants, especially helpful with issues of sluggishness and constipation – admittedly a much more common digestive disturbance you’ll encounter with older age!*

A BRAIN BOOSTER

As we grow older, troubles with cognition, focus, and memory become more and more likely. Amazingly, He Shou Wu may have the ability to brighten up this corner of wellness, too.*

In a modern study, subjects performed better in tests relating to memory and learning when they took these plant extracts, compared to those who didn’t.*

Such results confirm it may help with another one of its many ancient uses: improving concentration, mental clarity, strength, and mental fatigue.*

Yet another natural ally you’ll want on your side to preserve that energy of youth!

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H.W. Lin, M.X. Sun, Y.H. Wang, L.M. Yang, Y.R. Yang, N. Huang, L.J. Suan, Y.M. Xu, D.L. Bai, Y.T. Zheng, K. Xiao (2010). Anti-HIV activities of the compouns isolated from Polygonum cuspidatum and Polygonum multiflorum. Planta Medica 76(9) 889-892. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20112182/

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How and When To Use Prepared He Shou Wu

  • Add 1/2 tsp to hot water, coffee, tea, or smoothie.
  • He Shou Wu can be taken day or night – with or without food, so enjoy!
  • We recommend once daily, but most importantly listen to your body (if it requires more, less or none:)

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I am using this He-Shou-Wu powder as it was suggested for improvement with hair growth. I have not seen any improvement as it’s early on, I do notice that I have improved energy. The product is top notch… including the packaging. I especially love the little spoon included, as it makes the powder so easy to use. I’m looking forward to spectacular results.

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I can’t much as I just received it Ir does meet my standards

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This is the real deal! It gives me calm energy. I use the wooden spoon that is included and add a spoonful to my green tea a couple to 3 times a day! I’m 66 and I can keep up and not get tired after a full day at work.

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First Class Product at a Great Price

This is a first-class product. Top quality contents and packaging. Part of me thinks that the think box is not necessary, but that is a minor point. Even with the packaging the price is very good.

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Awesome Product.Will Purchase again.

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Blends great in morning coffee or tea!

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just ordered my 3rd time and love it! I just turned 60 2 weeks ago ...

I’ve been using Primal Herb’s He-Shou-Wu for 2 months now, just ordered my 3rd time and love it! I just turned 60 2 weeks ago and I can already feel and see the difference in using this product. My hair is going back to it’s natural color gradually, even my mustache! Love the tonic effect this has on my body. The extra potency of Primal Herb’s product and it being Wild Harvested makes it well worth the price. I mix it with my nutrition/protein vanilla shake from Le-Vel Thrive in the morning and it tastes great!

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