Fo-ti (Polygonum multiflorum), is an herb native to China, where its used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its antitumor and antibacterial properties.
Fo-ti is known as a Chinese rejuvenation herb famous for its ability to help promote healthy hair, skin, and sexual vitality. Fo-ti contains several major constituents, one of which is known as Phospholipids, which plays an important role in maintaining the completion of the cell membrane structure and its functions.
Traditionally Fo-ti is supplemented as a general health tonic, used to promote longevity. This anti-aging herb promotes healthier sleep, prevents heart disease, reduces cholesterol, and fights free radicals that cause premature aging and cellular damage.
Promotes head hair growth
Promotes healthy hair color
Improves skin health
Reduces high cholesterol
Improves energy and reduces fatigue
Improves cardiovascular health
Builds stamina and resistance to disease
Boosts sexual vitality
Strengthens kidney, liver, and nervous system
Things to Know About Fo-Ti
Fo-Ti Is Also Known As
Polygnum multiflorum, He-shou-wu, Kashuu
Things to note about Fo-Ti
In the United States this herb is called Fo-Ti, the Chinese name for Fo-ti, he-shou-wu, is said to be named after a man in the Tang dynasty, who cured his infertility and prolonged his life thanks for this herb.
How To Take Fo-Ti
Recommended Fo-Ti dosage, active amounts, other details
The standard dose recommended for Fo-Ti is 3,000 mg taken 3 times daily, or according to supplement label for extracts.
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