Aging is often associated with lifelessness, a condition that saps energy, enthusiasm, and rigor from a person's body. Normally, aging is judged from freshness and smoothness of a person's skin, strength of the joints and muscles, hair and cardiovascular conditioning. In the western world, aging is considered natural and inevitable. As a result, western healthcare has continued to address aging with synthetic substances, or to contain it cosmetically. It is unnatural, and the drastic side effects of administering anti-aging chemicals, and cosmetic procedures have been chronicled extensively. Traditional Chinese herbs, on the other hand, have come to define aging as an imbalance of Qi (Ying/Yang) within a person. The underlying philosophy is the fact that harmony can be achieved at all times. As a result, it has relied on using herbs to find cures for various maladies including aging. Chinese herbalists - over a span of 5000 years - have dedicated eras into finding characteristics of different herbs, creating herbal remedies for aging, and passing the knowledge through generations.
To nourish aging bodies, tonics such as Yang Rong Wan, Ling Zhi Reishi, and Ginseng have been locally used for centuries. Similarly, other aging formulas for addressing specific aging conditions such as hair support, eyestrain, and normal pains and aches have been a part of the Chinese herbal practice for ages. With the opening of the Chinese borders in the early 70s, the vast knowledge of these natural herbal formulas for aging have spread across the continents. If you are seeking a natural, healthy, and balanced alternative to remedies for aging, then these Chinese herbal remedies have proven themselves over the centuries to re-instate the flow of Qi in human body, and naturally revitalize it. All herbs are primarily of plant origin, and may originate from a diverse flora, including roots, barks, seeds, flowers, and leaves. They are available in various forms, including tablet, pill, extracts, liquid, tea, or even raw.
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