Feel always tired?
Everyday stresses are too much for you? Five cups of coffee a day bother your heart and raise your blood pressure? Red Bull makes you jittery? Vitamins don’t help much?

Try ancient Chinese herbal formulas that gave strength and energy over thousands of years to millions of martial artists, Olympic sportsmen, warriors and sailors as well as to famous Shaolin monks.

The Shaolin Monastery is the most famous temple in China, renowned for its kung fu fighting monks. With amazing feats of strength, flexibility, and pain-endurance, the Shaolin monks have created a world-wide reputation as the ultimate Buddhist warriors. The history of Shaolin begins about 1500 years ago but only in the 1500s, the monks of Shaolin became famous for their empty-hand fighting methods.

Shaolin monastery was destroyed and rebuilt many times over getting or losing the imperial favor and later the Mao’s communist government. At first, Mao’s government did not bother with what was left of Shaolin. In 1966, the Cultural Revolution broke out, and Buddhist temples were one of the Red Guards’ primary targets. The few remaining Shaolin monks were flogged through the streets and then jailed; Shaolin’s texts, paintings, and other treasures stolen or destroyed.

This might have finally been the end of Shaolin, if not for the 1982 film Shaolin Shi or “Shaolin Temple,” featuring the debut of Jet Li (Li Lianjie). The movie became a huge smash hit in China. Tourism exploded at Shaolin, reaching more than 1 million people per year by the end of the 1990s. Shaolin’s monks are now among the best known on Earth; they put on martial arts displays in world capitals, and literally thousands of films have been made about their exploits.

For centuries Shaolin monks widely extended the limits of theirs strength, speed, stamina and overall performance. The foundation of their strength comes from starting rigorous, systematic training balanced by complete rest very early in life, eating right and using various ancient Chinese herbal formulas for stamina, speed and power.

According to Chinese medicine, the root of the body’s strength resides in its kidney function. One herbal supplement that gives consistent results to athletes is Ginseng Seeds – a well-balanced formula, so the herbs long-term effects help increase the performance potential derived from inner strength gained by the organs, muscles, and nerves. It’s been used for centuries by the Shaolin monks, martial artists of different styles, by Samurai and Ninja worriers, soldiers, travelers, alpinists, world and by Olympic level sportsmen. Those who use this formula find they can go the extra distance during intense workouts or competitions, feel more energy and keep it over long periods of time. However, it doesn’t leave you feeling depleted or run-down by any after-effects. The formula nourishes and re-energizes the body’s energy batteries. It also help to strengthen a person’s will, breaking through the emotional restrictions from lack of assertiveness or fear.

In contrast to steroids, Ginseng Seeds formula nourishes the energy (Qi) of the internal organs, especially in the kidney meridian, filling them with enduring energy and helping them to function at peak levels. It is stronger than steroids and vitamins when the overall structure of the body is taken into account. The herbs go directly to the main bodily organs and fill them with long-lasting energy, enabling them to function at peak levels. It is well balanced, so its extended effects are increased performance potential built on long-term strength in the organs, muscles, and nerves.

Along with the Ginseng Seeds the other herbal formulas also energize the kidney functions. They nourish and replenish your body’s Qi energy batteries that are absolutely essential for any organ and its normal functioning, from keeping the body’s temperature normal to the strength of the immune system. Another way of describing these herbs is that they stimulate the fire that energizes life.

Various qualities of the herbal supplements not only to boost your energy, but your immunity and sexual drive.

Energizing Ten Flavor Extract: Shi Quan Da Bu Wan, Invigorating Tea Pill Extract: Bu Zhong Yi Qi Wan, Anti-Aging and Rejuvenating Formula: Chingchunbao, Golden Book Herbal Extract: Jin Qui Shen Qi Wan, Immunity Boosting Cordiceps Capsules: JinShuiBao, Immunity Lingzhi Mushroom (Reishi): LingZhi .

Consult Doctor Li for the best results at contact@chineseherbaladviser.com, or call the office at (718) 621-0889 for your free consultation.

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