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Fo-ti - Ho Shou Wu - Polygonum

Fo-ti - Ho Shou Wu - Polygonum

Fo-ti ( Ho Shou Wu )

LATIN NAME
Polygonum multiflorum

ALSO KNOWN AS
Polygonum multiflorum, Ho Shou Wu, fleeceflower vine, and polygonum flower.

It is one of the most widely praised herbs in Chinese herbal medicine, some claiming that it is second only to Ginseng in reputation and use.
In China, Fo-Ti has a long history of reversing and preventing the effects of ageing as a bittersweet, astringent, slightly warming herb that was first recorded in an "herbal" written in 973 A.D., as a key remedy for the elderly. The Chinese common name for Fo-Ti is "He-Shou-Wu," and its history is rich in legend.

CONTRAINDICATIONS
None known.

Suggested Dosage
Herbal Powder
Take 2 to 4 grams up to two times a day
or as recommended by a herbal practitioner.

Herbal Tincture
Extraction ratio 1:3
Alcohol Vol. 25%
1ml to 3ml up to two times a day
or as recommended by a herbal practitioner.

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