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Wu Zi Yan Zong Wan (Men Fertifruits™)

12.9989.99

Wu Zi Yan Zong Wan is an ancient Chinese herbal medicine for supporting male reproductive health. For kidney deficiency and essence loss results in Impotence infertility, nocturnal emission, low back pain, dribble of urine. Nourishing the kidney and strengthen the essence.

How to use:

8 pills each time, 3 times per day, 30mins after meal.

200 pills per bottle.

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Description

Wu Zi Yan Zong Wan literally means “five seeds passing on the generations” in Chinese. It was originated over one thousand years ago by someone who wanted the emperor to give rise to more offsprings. It is composed of five Chinese herbs (seeds) that can nourish the kidney and Jing (semen, the essence of life) in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) terms.

In TCM, the kidney is the source of Yin, Yang, and Jing. A normal reproduction needs a healthy kidney function with respect to Yin, Yang, and Jing. When kidney Yin, Yang, or/and Jing is weak, problems may arise in reproduction. Although in the ancient time people did not know the cause why a man fails to get his wife pregnant, this formula has been passed on for its use in helping couples getting offsprings. Today modern medical science has long revealed that the cause in male reproduction is mostly due to the semen problems regarding to sperm counts, sperm morphology, and sperm mobility etc.

Wu Zi Yan Zong Wan is indicated in China Pharmacopoeia1 for tonifying the kidney and nourishing Jing. It is suitable for use in the case of the kidney deficiency presented with lower back weakness and poor male performance.

Sperm growth and maturation is a lengthy process (2 to 3 months), any intended use should persist for at least 3 months and ideally 6 months.

 

Additional information

Quantity

1, 3, 5, 10

How to use

Ingredients

Lycium fruit (Lycium barbarum) (Gou Qi Zi)
Chinese dodder seed (Cuscuta chinensis) (Tu Si Zi)
Palm-leaf rasberry fruit (Rubus chingii) (Fu Pen Zi)
Asian plantain seed (Plantago asiatica) (Che Qian Zi)
Schisandra fruit (Schisandra chinensis) (Wu Wei Zi)
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