He Shou Wu

Primary Application
For what
Blood and Cardiovascular
Cleanse/Restore the Body
Skeletal and Muscular
Herbs and Botanicals
For whom

He Shou Wu, or Shou Wu Pian, (also referred to as Chinese knotweed and as Fo-Ti in America) is one of the oldest remedies recorded in Chinese medicinal handbooks and is derived from the Polygonum multiflorum thunb plant. It is often used to promote good health and virility and in Traditional Chinese Medicine it is used to supplement the liver and kidneys, nourish the blood and yin, help balance qi energy, benefit and retain the essence, stop leakage, detoxify the body, moisten the intestine, move stool, support tendon and bone, and expel wind from the skin by nourishing the blood. He Shou Wu may also be used to help with lower back weakness, blood deficiency patterns, carbuncles, high cholesterol levels, constipation with blood deficiency, dizziness, drying, eczema, fatigue, premature graying of hair, hair growth, hypertension, hypoglycemia, insomnia, weak knees, sore limbs, nocturnal emission (wet dreams), erectile dysfunction or lack of sexual drive, skin rash from blood deficiency, sores, tinnitus from blood deficiency, vaginal discharge, and blurred or spots in vision. This IC was made with the help of Polygoni Multiflori Radix Preparata (Fo Ti / Zhi He Shou Wu).

He Shou Wu
Sep 26, 2021
How many times a day/week should one consume this to get the basic effects?
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