Three Sisters is a heavenly trinity of tonic herbs for cultivating beauty, health, and longevity. This is the ultimate Yin, Blood, and Essence tonic. Schisandra fruit is often times called the “Five Flavor Fruit” because it is said to have all five flavors associated with it. It is a premiere Three Treasure tonic herb that was historically consumed by the Royal families of China. It is renowned for its ability to nurture beautiful, soft, and radiant skin. It is a powerful brain and memory tonic. As a sexual tonic, it increases fluids and sensitivity in woman, and has an astringing quality for male endurance. Lycium fruit, also known as Goji berry, has a long history of being one of the greatest longevity tonics from the east.. It is a Yin Essence restorative herb that brightens and strengthens the eyes, supports immune function, builds sexual fluids, creates cheerfulness, supports the legs, and enhances sexual function. Longan fruit is a delicious tonic herb used for building blood, nourishing the Heart and the Spirit, and enhancing beauty. It also has a reputation in the east as being a tonic herb that promotes healthy sexual function. It is a favorite herb of Chinese woman, and legend has it that the most beautiful women of China insist on eating Longan fruit every day. Long term consumption is said to sharpen the intelligence, lighten the body, prevent aging, and facilitate enlightenment of the spirit. Together, these three herbs combine to provide you with youth, vigor, longevity, and happiness! Three Sisters also is renowned for its ability to build fluids and alleviate dryness, which can be very important during menopause. 2 Fl. oz. 70 servings per bottle Ideal for: All women, those with dry eyes and skin, dry issues related to menopause TCM Functions: Generates fluids, tonifies the blood, nourishes Yin. Usage: Take one to three squirts as needed up to three times per day.
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