By: TONIC WISDOM  05/24/2015
Keywords: Health, Wellness, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Replenish and Protect your Life Force with Vital Jing Vital Jing is a delicious blend of the most potent Jing tonic concentrates designed to protect and renew your life force at the deepest level. Jing is your most precious possession. According to Taoist health philosophy, jing is the foundation of your life and the source of your health. While simply living life uses up jing, some factors accelerate its depletion, such as: overwork stress injury/surgery illness poor diet lack of rest drug abuse extreme emotions over-exercise excessive loss of semen heavy blood loss pregnancy (all the more if there are multiple pregnancies closely spaced) childbirth breastfeeding Jing might become so weak that we can't function without the use of stimulants, which in turn tends to drain Jing faster. Vital Jing contains no filler, clean, pure, full-spectrum, water extracts (minimum 12:1) of: 1- Wild He Shou Wu (prepared Polygonum Multiflorum root): Premier jing tonic herb in Chinese herbalism. Used in Chinese herbalism as a Kidney and Liver tonic and to nourish Yin jing and blood. 2- Wild Rehmannia (prepared Rehmannia Glutinosa root): “The Kidneys' own food”, Rehmannia is famous for going straight to the core and treating damaged jing quickly. Used in Chinese herbalism as a kidney, liver and heart tonic and to nourish yin jing and blood. 3- Wild Astragalus (Astragalus Membranaceus root): One of the top tonic herbs and the most widely used. Used in Chinese herbalism as a spleen and lung tonic and to nourish qi and blood. 3- Goji berry (Lycium barbarum fruit): The most delicious supertonic herb of Asia, used for thousands of years as a prime tonic. Used in Chinese herbalism as a Kidney, Liver and Lung tonic and to nourish Yin jing and blood. 4- Wild Eucommia Bark: An excellent and balanced jing building tonic. Used in Chinese herbalism as a Kidney and Liver tonic and to tonify Yang jing primarily as well as yin jing.* Ingredients No filler, clean, pure, full-spectrum, water extracts of: Wild He Shou Wu (prepared Polygonum Multiflorum root), Wild Rehmannia (prepared Rehmannia Glutinosa root), Wild Astragalus (Astragalus Membranaceus root), Goji berry (Lycium barbarum fruit), Wild Eucommia Bark. Vital Jing is balanced to tonify yin and yang jing.* How to take Vital Jing Dosage: Build up to 1 or 2 tsp twice a day Suggested use: Dissolve in warm water or warm nut milk for a warm, delicious, instant tea or creamy latte. You will feel the power on the first sip! When tired, take before bed. Vital Jing is a blend of Chinese herbs classified as a tonic herbs (superior herbs). As such, these herbs are said to be mild but effective and powerful. Vital Jing is meant to be taken consistently every day and over the long term. The benefits of taking Vital Jing, like all tonic herbs, are cumulative. It is extremely rare that side effects occur. If you experience unwanted symptoms, reduce or discontinue. This is a natural product, color/texture may vary from batch to batch. Vital Jing is a vegan product. Precautions: The herbs in Vital Jing are considered very safe to use for extended periods of time with no toxic side effects. It is recommended however to consult your TCM practitioner before taking any Chinese herb. Consult your physician if you have a serious medical condition or are taking prescription medications before taking any Chinese herb. All the statements above have not been evaluated by the FDA and are offered as education only. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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