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Nervous Fatigue TCM Concentrate

  • Relieves occasional stress and promotes feelings of well-being
  • Nourishes the circulatory and nervous systems
  • Supports digestion
  • Traditionally used to promote sleep

Why Nervous Fatigue TCM?

Our Chinese herbal blends are artfully crafted to carefully follow the ancient principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine that have been practiced for millennia. The many ethically sourced botanicals in Nervous Fatigue were selected for their ability to support and balance the body in times of occasional stress.

For more than 35 years, we’ve partnered with the same incredible vendor to collaborate with farmers in traditional communities to ethically source the finest Chinese herbs for these formulas. And we’ve conducted multiple on-site audits throughout the years to re-verify the quality of both their facility and their herbs. Our farmers are deeply attached to the land they’ve lived on and worked for generations, and they practice regenerative farming methods to preserve it for future use.

Key Ingredients

Schisandra Fruit
Schisandra Fruit
Astragalus Root 
Asian Ginseng Root
The Story behind Nervous Fatigue Widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, schisandra is known as the five-flavored fruit. Possessing a remarkable flavor that is sour, sweet, bitter, salty and pungent, it has been used for centuries for its adaptogenic benefits. Grown widely across Asia, and particularly in the northwest regions of China, lycium fruit has been used as both a traditional medicinal herb and a food supplement for more than 2,000 years. It’s commonly used in soups and herbal teas, and has recently received attention for its powerful antioxidant properties. Astragalus is a variety of pea native to China, Mongolia and North Korea. Listed among the superior class of herbs in classic texts, astragalus has been used for over 2,000 years! Even today it is recognized as one of the 50 fundamental herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine. According to ancient Chinese philosophy, it was used to tonify the spleen and lungs, enhance blood flow and improve “Yin” deficiency. Grown in the cold, temperate regions of northeast China and the Korean peninsula, panax ginseng dates back to Shennong, the legendary Yellow Emperor who is said to have started Traditional Chinese Medicine over 5,000 years ago. The name “panax” comes from the Greek word panacea, meaning cure-all, and today Panax ginseng is one of the most heavily cultivated herbs in the world.
INGREDIENTS

Concentrated extracts of schisandra fruit, biota seed, cistanche stem, cuscuta seed, dong quai root, lycium fruit, ophiopogon root tuber, succinum amber, tang-kuei root, acorus rhizome, astragalus root, dioscorea rhizome, hoelen sclerotium, lotus seed, ginseng root, polygala root, polygonatum rhizome, jujuba seed and rehmannia root tuber.

RECOMMENDED USAGE

Take one capsule with a meal daily.

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