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Backbone by Health Concerns is designed to strengthen tendons and bones by supporting healthy kidney function and improving overall circulation.

Individuals who experience low back pain, weak knees, incontinence, impotency and hearing and eyesight problems due to kidney yang deficiency can benefit greatly from taking Backbone on a regular basis. Its proprietary formula contains more than a dozen potent herbal ingredients, including eucommia bark, psoralea fruit, rehmannia root, myrrh resin, tortoise shell and cornus fruit.

Individuals who add Backbone to the list of dietary supplements they take on a daily basis can expect to receive several key health benefits:

- Strengthens and tones kidney functioning
- Aids in strengthening the bones and tendons
- Improves blood circulation
- May aid in relieving lower back pain, weakness in the back and knees, poor eyesight and hearing, and problems related to impotence and incontinence.

Backbone Ingredients: Eucommia (Du Zhong), Psoralea (Bu Gu Zhi), Cibotium (Gou Ji), Cuscuta (Tu Si Zi), Cistanche (Rou Cong Rong), Rehmannia (Shou Di Huang), Gui Ban (Gui Ban), Cyathulae (Chuan Niu Xi), Acanthopanacis (Wu Jia Pi), Tang-kuei tails (Dang Gui Wei), Dipsaci (Xu Duan), Carthamus (Hong Hua), Myrrh (Mo Yao), Cornus (Wu Zhu Yu).


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