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Thursday, April 9, 2015

H is For Ho Shou Wu

My theme for the
A-Z Challenge is
Aging into Longevity

If you want herbs that
make you young as a
pup, look to the
Chinese medicine.
It has a remarkable
ability to strengethen
the kidneys and
and adrenals while
it also boosts sexual energy and fertility. Another rich
gift is mental clarity.

Ho Shou Wu helps in the development of tissues
and fluids, like hair, blood and tendons. It is considered
to be  #1 anti-aging herb tonic.  It's really amazing
medicine as it also feeds the bone marrow. WOW, some
fantastic herb.

I wish I had taken a jump start on aging and started using
these while still young. Yes, I really wish I had.


32 comments:

  1. Hair too? I love it already. Plus I don't hate the idea of being young as a pup. A blue pup.

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    1. Blue Man
      Arf, Arf and maybe blue hair too, to match the blue pup.

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  2. Ho Shou Wu is one I've never heard of.

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    1. 'River
      Hello and I hope this is a perfect day for you.

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  3. This is a new one for me. I'm making a list of things to look for!

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    1. Bish
      That's a good idea. Some are worthy of looking up.

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  4. I agree with you, that is some herb! I need to get my hands on some. I'm happy stop the aging process at any age.

    Scribbles From Jenn - Visiting from the A to Z Challenge

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    1. Scribbles from Jenn
      It is my pleasure to meet you. I hope you can stop the aging process. Get started young. Ha

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  5. First I've heard of that one. I just read it calms the nerves too, may have to give that a looksy to see if I can find it

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    1. Pat
      I wrote you a note in your comments.

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  6. Ho Shou Wu -- the fact that I couldn't remember the name from the reading of this post to the scrolling down to leave this comment -- suggests that I really NEED this herb. Like now. Immediately.

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    1. Robin
      Wel, after all, it is in Chinese.

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  7. Keeping a notebook of your recommendation...You have provided wonderful info.

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    1. Susan
      That's a great idea if you see any that might be of value to you.

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  8. I had some tea once and it had some Chinese herbs, but it didn't have this one in it.

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    1. Ruth
      There are so many Chinese herbs but all that I've tried had soe merit.

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  9. It boosts sexual fertility???
    Yeesh.
    That's okay. I'm good.

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    1. Al
      I think that was aimed at you in the past. Haha

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  10. Hmmm, am I willing to get pregnant now?

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    1. Susie
      Better pass by that herb. lol

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  11. Hi Manzanita .. I've never heard of it - but it sounds an amazing herb .. cheers Hilary

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    1. Hilary
      Nice to see you today, all bright and cheer.

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  12. I'm on the fence about aging. One day I could care less, the next I'm thinking 'zoiks!'

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    1. Rosie
      I don't think we have much choice, if that is to be our destination but if it is the prize for us, please let us feel good on that short journey.

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    1. Roessel
      I hope this has been a great "H" day for you. Enyoy tomorrow, too.

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  14. Do health food stores carry this, I wonder. That is all we have in this small town.

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    1. Paula
      I send for mine from Amazon. They don't carry it in our heatlth store either.

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  15. I wish I too would have taken a jump start on aging. When we are young, we think we are never going to be old.

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