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Dr. Shen's Shou Wu Youthful Hair Pill - 700 Mg - 200 Tablets


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Dr. Shen's Shou Wu Youthful Hair Pill Description:
Extra Strength
Chinese Herb for the Hair

The Legend

Long ago, old Mr. He became lost in the forest. Years later, those who found him were astonished. The old man's hair had turned from white to black. In order to sustain himself, he lived on the root of the common wild vine Polygoni Multiflori. Today, the plant bears his name He Shou Wu (Old Mr. He). In the West this root is known as Shou Eu or FoTi.


Modern day doctors of Oriental Medicine use this herb to strengthen the Blood and the Jing in order to treat alopecia, prevent premature hair loss or greying, and to regulate excessive aging. Dr. Shen's Shou Wu Pill contains only five years or older, export grade (the highest) He Shou Wu (90%). Small amounts (5%) of premium Poria are added to enhance digestability and absorption. Chuanxiong (5%) is added as a messenger herb, to invigorate the He SHou Wu and direct the action of the formula upward to the head.

Disclaimer These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Product Features : Dr. Shen's Shou Wu Youthful Hair Pill Directions
One to four tablets, two to three times a day, or as prescribed.
Ingredients: Fleece flower root, szechuan lovage and hoelen mushroom. Warnings

California Prop 65 Warning :

This product contain lead, a substance know to the state of California to cause cancer and /or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Ingredients : Fleece flower root, Szechuan lovage, and hoelen mushroom.
Size : 200 TAB
Pack of : 1

Product Selling Unit : Each
  • Model: HG0934851
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6lbs
  • 38 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Dr. Shen's

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 March, 2014.