Alive and Well He Shou Wu Jar 130g

Price: AUD $50.00

Pinyin Name: He Shou Wu
English Name: Polygonum Root, Fleece Flower Root
Properties: weet, bitter, astringent, slightly warm
Channels Entered: Kidney, Liver

Blood deficiency, dizziness, blurry vision, gray hair, sore and weak low back and knees, spermatorrhea, tinnitus, numb limbs, menstrual disorders, toxin elimination, constipation, postpartum, elderly, recovery from chronic illness, lowering cholesterol, angina and heart disorders are some of the conditions satisfied clients have successfully used this herb for.

Primary Traditional Functions
Replenishes Jing (Essence)
Tonifies and Nourishes the Blood of the Liver and Kidney

Blood and jing deficiencies
Blurred vision
Grey hair
Soreness and weakness of the lower back and knees
Numbness of limbs
Menstrual disorders
The Liver stores blood and is essential in regulating periods

Deficient Liver blood
Irregular menstruation
Abnormal uterine bleeding
Eliminates Toxins
Toxic sores: Unprocessed He Shou Wu is cold, and effectively clears heat and eliminates toxins

Goiter and neck lumps
Chronic, non-healing sores with pus and ulceration that damage yin and blood
Treats Malarial Disorders
Unprocessed He Shou Wu acts to tonify and eliminates toxins at the same time.

Yin and blood deficiencies that involves more heat than cold
Malarial disorders with more fever than chills ( due to yin and blood deficiencies)
Malarial disorders with more qi deficiency
Moistens the Intestines and Unblocks the Bowels

Constipation because of intestinal dryness
Regular bowel movements are dependent on proper nourishment of the intestines. When body fluids and blood are deficient, constipation or dry stools may occur.
Postpartum women
Just recovered from a chronic illness
Constipation or dry stools
Lowers Cholesterol, Treats Cardiovascular Disorders

Lower cholesterol
Treat atherosclerosis
Prevents cholesterol from remaining in the liver
Coronary heart disorder
Epigastric pain
Concentration: 8% Stilbenes, 16:1

Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
2 to 6 grams per day or as directed by your health practitioner.


It should not be combined with Ci Shi (Magnetitum), Dai Zhe Shi (Haematitum), Yu Yu Liang (Limonitum) or Sheng Tie Luo (Frusta Ferri)
He Shou Wu should be used with caution in patients with Spleen deficiency, loose stools, or diarrhea
It is not suitable for patients with dampness or phlegm