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Top 10 anti-aging herbs #2 Huangqi-Astragalus Mongholicus

12/02/2013 2 comments

Astragalus Mongholicus
 

Traditional Chinese medicine sees the spleen and the stomach as the foundations of good health, and Huangqi’s action on these organs is one of the best ways of toning up one’s vitality. Modern research has found that Huangqi can also widen coronary arteries, boost blood flow to the heart, improve the immune system and slow down the process of cell aging.

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Top 10 anti-aging herbs #8 Hongjingtian – Rhodiola

06/02/2013 Leave a comment

Rhodiola
 

There is no record of rhodiola in ancient Chinese medicine. The herb is a new anti-aging medicine discovered in recent years. It produces outstanding results in nourishing vitality, reducing excess heat, detoxifying the body, calming the mind and improving mental agility. Its toning functions are similar to those of ginseng. Regular use can protect the body from chills and fatigue, slow the growth of cancerous cells and defer senility.

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Top 10 anti-aging herbs #9 Jiaogulan – Gynostemma tea

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Gynostemma tea
 

Ancient Chinese medicine has no record of this herb. But recent research has found that it is helpful in anti-aging, boosting energy, combating cancer and adjusting endocrine levels. Regular use can improve the immune system, reduce cholesterol, prevent tumors, treat ulcers, relieve stress and ease pain.

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Top 10 anti-aging herbs #10 Fengwangjiang – Royal Jelly

06/02/2013 251 comments

Are you afraid of getting old or looking older than you actually are? Women, especially, dread the day they will look in the mirror and see wrinkles around their eyes. But sitting worrying about getting old will just speed up the aging process. A better idea is to take a look at what Chinese medicine has to offer in the way of herbal remedies.

Royal Jelly
 

Among bee products, royal jelly is especially prized for its rich nutritional value which can facilitate protein synthesis and cell growth, improve the body’s metabolism and enhance tissue regeneration. In addition, being rich in vitamins C and E, it is an excellent anti-aging remedy.

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