REVIVE NOURISH REJUVENATE
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270 Capsules per bottle
Results in 90 days
Fallopia Multiflora (150mg per capsule):
It is an herbaceous perennial vine growing to 2–4 m tall from a woody tuber. One of many species of Fallopia native to central and southern China. It is used in traditional Chinese medicine for its anti-aging properties and the root of which is used to treat greying hair.
Polygonatum Sibiricum (150mg per capsule) :
A perennial member of the Polygonatum genus in the family Convallariaceae. The root is antibacterial, antifungal, antirheumatic, antiseptic, demulcent, lenitive, tonic and vasodilator. Its use lowers the blood pressure and prevents atherosclerosis and fatty infiltration in the liver. It is used in the treatment of dry coughs due to chronic bronchitis and pulmonary tuberculosis, fatigue and poor appetite. Also commonly used in combination with other herb roots to treat hair loss related to poor kidney and liver functions.
Ligustrum Lucidum (75mg per capsule):
A flowering plant in the olive family, Oleaceae, native to the southern half of China. The grounded seeds of the plant is clinically proven to the nourish liver and kidney in the treatment of tinnitus (ringing in the ears), vertigo (dizziness), premature graying of the hair, and soreness/weakness of the lower back and knees. Through their function of nourishing the liver, they are also used in the treatment of disorders of the eye involving red or dry eyes, blurred vision, and pain.
Eclipta Prostrata (75mg per capsule):
A species of plant in the sunflower family. The plant is found and commonly used across the Western civilizations. It is reported to improve hair growth and color. A study in rats showed that petroleum ether extracts of E. prostrata decreased the amount of time it took for hair to begin regrowing and to fully regrow in shaved albino rats. The result of treatment with E. prostrata was better than the positive control, 2% minoxidil (a proven chemical for hair growth).
Study reference: Roy, R. K.; Thakur, M.; Dixit, V. K. (2008). "Hair growth promoting activity of Eclipta alba in male albino rats". Archives of Dermatological Research 300 (7): 357–364. doi:10.1007/s00403-008-0860-3. PMID 18478241