"A Powerful Adaptogen, Great for the Heart, Gives You More Energy"
It's called the "Poor Man's Ginseng" and has been used for thousands of years.
A powerful adaptogen that helps a person to have more energy, lowering bad cholesterol and trigs. Helps to prevent heart attacks, strokes and treats poor circulation. Wonderful for fatigue, lots of energy and stamina. Helps with cold hands and feet, it's a powerful immune system boosting agent, slows the aging process, brings more QI energy into the body, helps with uterine bleeding, wonderful anti-inflammatory agent, prevents phlebitis, lowers blood pressure, and strengthens the heart. Plus it helps with cirrhosis and fibrosis of the liver, increases T cell production, helps with asthma and bronchitis, also kidney disease, pancreatitis, fibroids, prostate disease, glaucoma, and helps with gastric ulcers and much more. I love this herb and use it often... plus it's very inexpensive.
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