How this formula works ?
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the health of the kidney and liver play a large role in the growth and maintenance of hair. The kidney controls the health of bones and the vital essence or Qi (vital life- force energy). The liver governs the health of the muscles and stores blood.
In TCM, the hair is nourished by the blood. If the vital essence and blood are deficient, hair loss and baldness will occur. Early in life, the kidney and liver function optimally and the individual appears to have a rich and lustrous head of hair. With no stress or worry, the individual is able to keep his/her hair. However, over time, stress and negative emotions can reduce the vital essence and the functioning of the liver and kidney causing the hair to fall out.
How is this formula in Australia today ?
Today, an enhanced and modified formula based on an ancient Chinese formula to treat hair related conditions. TGA approved tablet which allows us to state on the product label – “Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to promote normal growth and function of hair, assists in the management of baldness, hair loss, hair thinning and to assist hair growth”.
This special enhanced formula can be used for the following conditions:
Where is this table formula original from?
Earliest documentation of this formula came from the ancient Chinese medicine book “Medical Formula Collection And its Understanding” published in 1578.
What ‘s the story of this formula?
Over 500 years ago, during the Ming Dynasty in China, the Emperor Jia Jing ascended the throne . Although he was already in his twenties and had hundreds of wives, he was too frail to have children. Therefore he was very unhappy and depressed. A priest served Emperor Jia Qing with a secret formula call “Qi Bao Dan” and then Jia Qing steadily became stronger and healthier. Jia Qing honored the priest with a chancery title and the priest became his personal physician.
That was why he and his grandson took this formula regularly for good health. Both of them had the longest lives and fathered the most children out of all the Emperors in China’s history.
Ming emperors Jiajing