Helps to increase joint mobility and flexibility and rejuvenating degenerated tissue.
VitaJoint alleviates symptoms including pain, stiffness, numbness and weakness. It is beneficial for sports injuries, old-age related joint conditions, male hip complaints and women with knee problems.
Ingredients: Duhuo, Lingzhi (Reishi), Fuling
Dosage: Take orally, 1 to 2 capsules, twice daily
Packaging: 60 capsules per box
Vita Green VitaJoint: Providing natural relief from joint pain and stiffness.
In Chinese Medicine, joint problems may be related to deficiencies in the liver and kidneys, as well as susceptibility to wind dampness and an accumulation of body fluid. The solution is a special blend of herbs to replenish the liver and kidney while addressing the imbalances of the body. VitaJoint™ combines powerful ingredients to dispel wind, relieve pain, nourish the liver and kidneys and drain fluid.
Vita Green VitaJoint™ has been developed by medical experts after years of scientific research using pure extracts of precious natural herbs to produce a premium product to care for cartilage and joints. VitaJoint™ alleviates symptoms including pain, stiffness, numbness and weakness, helping you increase joint mobility and flexibility and rejuvenating degenerated tissue.
Vita Green VitaJoint™ is especially suitable for joint pain in the neck, shoulders, waist, fingers, hips, elbows, knees and ankles. It is also beneficial for sports injuries, old-age related joint conditions, male hip complaints and women with knee problems. VitaJoint™ is safe, effective and suitable for long term consumption.
History Of Use First appeared in Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica.
Traditional Use Du Huo is an acrid, bitter, slightly warm herb that enters the kidney, bladder meridians. It has been considered helpful and is prescribed to relieve pain especially chronic or acute pain in the lower back, mild headaches and toothache primarily when these symptoms are sensitive to weather.
Origin and Sources Doubleteeth Pubescent Angelica Root.
History Of Use Lingzhi first appeared in Shui Wen and the Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica, classified as upper class. Lingzhi has been prized in Asian medicine for around 4,000 years. It grows around the bases and stumps of deciduous trees, mostly in virgin forests high in the mountains. Its rarity and the inaccesibility of its habitat mean that most Lingzhi products on the market today are made from artificially cultivated specimens. However, Chinese doctors have long stressed the importance of harvesting the fungus in their natural habitat, so Vita Green Lingzhi is made from natural and wild mushrooms to harness the full healing effects of this powerful herb.
Modern Use Studies have shown Lingzhi increases the body’s antioxidant levels, strengthens the immune system, helps protect kidney cells and may posses anti-ageing properties such as increasing appetite and energy levels, reducing white hair and age spots, and aiding sleep.
Traditional Use Lingzhi (also known as Reishi) is a type of fungus that grows on trees: there are more than 100 different types, but only six are prized for their medicinal properties. These six are sorted into five different colours according to their healing paths. Red Lingzhi treats chest discomfort, replenishes vital energy, improves memory and helps to attain longevity. Violet Lingzhi treats deafness, benefits the joints and bones and replenishes vital energy to strengthen the body. Yellow Lingzhi treats abdominal discomfort, benefits the digestive system and calms the spirit. White Lingzhi nourishes the lungs to soothe coughs and respiratory disorders, relieves congestion of the oral and nasal cavity, and calms the spirit. Black Lingzhi tonifies the kidneys. Green Lingzhi can improve vision and tonify the liver, as well as calm the spirit and improve memory. Lingzhi is sweet and neutral in nature, making it suitable for all constitutions. Conventionally, the different types of Lingzhi can be consumed as a general tonic for health maintenance. According to the Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China 2005, Lingzhi can be used to relieve conditions including dizziness, insomnia, palpitations, shortness of breath, asthmatic coughs and asthma.
Origin and Sources The sporophore of Ganoderma Lucidum (Leyss. Ex Fr.) Karst. or G. japonicum (Fr.) Lloyd, family Polyporaceae.
History Of Use First appeared in Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica, classified as upper class.
Modern Use Found to have diuretic, sedative and anti-tumour effects. The decoction of the herb is an immune enhancer.
Traditional Use Fuling, or poria, is a type of fungus that is thinly sliced or diced into blocks. Sweet, bland and neutral in nature, it enters the heart, spleen and kidney meridians. Its primary use is to drain dampness and promote urination, making it a useful treatment for oedema. It also calms the spirit, resolving conditions including insomnia and palpitations.
Origin and Sources The sclerotium of Poria cocos (Schw.) Wolf, family Polyporaceae.