Imperial Elixir, Dong Quai 3000, 120 cap
UPC Code: 715783382303
Imperial Elixir Dong Quai Extra Strength 3000 mg. is an easy to take capsule. Dong Quai 3000 (Angelica sinensis) features Imperial Elixir's exclusive sulfite free Dong Quai root extract powder (10:1 concentration) with the valuable oil added back in for optimal hormonal support during menopause. A favorite among women seeking a potent Dong Quai product at a reasonable price. Dong Quai is the most prescribed herb in China and widely used by women to support hormone balance. Imperial Elixir utilizes high quality, sulfite-free Dong Quai roots which undergo a three-step extraction process. The first step is the separation of the valuable Dong Quai oil, which many Chinese herbal doctors consider to be a key constituent and is most often eliminated during extraction. After the oil is set aside, the Dong Quai is extracted and dried. The final step is the addition of the oil back into the extract powder. The result is a very potent, effective, and easily assimilated Dong Quai supplement.
As addition to diet take 1 capsule per day with water or as a tea.
Sulfite-free Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis) root extract powder (10:1 concentration). Other Ingredients: Gelatin (caps), rice powder and magnesium stearate.
About Imperial Elixir
Imperial Elixir's mission is to fill the gaps and resolve the problems that are not currently being addressed in the Chinese herb marketplace. To fulfill this mission, the company began producing our its pwm line of ginseng products under the brand name of Imperial Elixir (aka Imperial Elixer) in 1994. Imperial Elixir sources and purchases its own ginseng roots. And then, only after approval of the quality of the roots, would the ginseng be ground into powder the final product. To further heighten quality measures, the company also has the raw materials assayed by independent laboratories and uses cGMP contract manufacturers in the production of its products.
Which Imperial Elixir Ginseng is Right for Me?
People whose bodily systems are balanced tend to enjoy long-term health, stamina, energy, and terrific health. The Chinese model for this balance is the Yin/Yang scale. Yin is considered cooling and relaxing, while yang is warming and stimulating. In order to bring the organism into balance, a person who is excessively yang (or yin deficient) is better suited to consume yin herbs and foods. The opposite is true for the person who is excessively yin (or yang deficient); they require more yang nourishing herbs or food. Ginseng is an ideal tonic herb because of its balancing, adaptogenic properties. However, since ginseng's species vary slightly in composition and effect, the selection of which one to consume may also vary. The following is a general guideline:
- North American (Yin): Most commonly used by the yang excessive, athletes, type 'A' personalities, and hyper-active people for physical and emotional stress. It may be taken by women during menopause, and it is a frequent choice for non-vegetarians. It's often preferred in tropical areas and during warm weather.
- Siberian (Slightly Yang): A tonic which may be used year-round for maintenance of a balanced system, to increase stamina, and to support weak lungs and heart. It is widely used by athletes and performers, and it may be taken for longer periods of time than Chinese or Korean ginseng, due to its more neutral characteristics.
- Tienchi (Neutral): Raw- Reserach in China and U.S.A. indicates it may assist with cardiovascular circulation, blood pressure, cholesterol, hemorrhage, stomach ulcers and excessive bleeding. Often consumed year-round for longer stretches of time than Korean, Chinese, or American ginseng. Cooked/Steamed - General Tonic.
- Chinese/Korean (Yang): Traditionally taken by yang deficient or sedentary people who wish to offset poor circulation, debility due to illness or age, and lack of stamina. Many vegetarians and post-menopausal women also choose this type, as do others during the cool seasons. RED - More concentrated Yang energy than the white.
Ginseng, the king of China's tonic herbs, has a history of use of more than 5000 years. The most prestigious area for growing these precious roots is in the Chang Bai Shan Mountains, located in the northeast province of Jilin (Kirin), China. It is from this area that the six year old ginseng roots are gathered to make this valuable extract.
It's the root of life... the natural, herbal tonic known for thousands of years throughout the Orient, and now popular in Europe and America. A precious gift of the earth, it revitalizes and strengthens the body. Only the finest ginseng root goes into Imperial Elixir Ginseng: they hand-select and pure-grind it, in the time-honored tradition. And unlike Ginsana--a so-called "standardized" product--only Imperial Ginseng gives you the total benefits. That's because pure whole root is the only way to experience the healthful properties of this amazing yang plant.
With Imperial Ginseng you'll have 9 different ginseng products to choose from, rather than just one. And since ginseng is what they're all about, Imperial comes to you at a beneficial price. For purity, safety and effectiveness, use Imperial Ginseng... It's the difference in quality you can feel!
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