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Youth Again (Huan Shao Wan)


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Youth Again, 200 tea pills

Worried about losing the stamina and feeling sluggish, worn down as you age? Youth Again (Huan Shao Wan) is the ideal choice to promote youthful strength and energy.

 

As we age our bodies accumulate damage created by a lifetime’s exposure to smoke, pollution, alcohol, excessive exercise or lack of exercise, poor dietary habits and mental and emotional stress.

This powerful herbal formula, deeply rejuvenates the body to promote natural energy, overall health and vitality.

Traditional Chinese Medicine promote a healthful balance of yin and yang – two forces present in all of nature. When yin or yang forces are off-balance in the body and mind, illnesses arise. Youth Again herbal remedy is used to help realign your body yin and yang balance which improves overall well-being.

 

This herbal formula helps to improve health condition of  a person suffering from the following symptoms:
- sexual impotence,
- weakness of knee joints,
- lower back pain,
- night time frequent urination,
- chronic fatigue,
- decreasing hearing,
- poor memory,
- dizziness,
- poor appetite,
- early graying hair or hair loss.

The formula is good for weakness due to premature aging and for people after severe sickness.
It helps enhance the quality of your life, combat premature aging and tranquilize the mind.  
Youth Again helps you perform better, look better, recover from illnesses faster and live healthier.


Herbal Ingredients:
Rehmannia (cured root tuber)
Chinese Yam (rhizome)
Poria (sclerotium)
Jujube (fruit)
Lyium (fruit)
Desert broomrape
Schisandra (fruit)
Asiatic dogwood (fruit without seeds)
Polygala (root)
Achyranthes (root)
Morinda (root)
Grass-leaf sweetflag (rhizome)


Directions:
As a dietary supplement, take 8 pills(1280mg) 2 times a day with warm water.
Contents:

200 tea pills per bottle (160mg each)

 




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