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Man's Treasure by Seven Forests, also known as Nan Bao Pian, tonifies yang and Qi, and astringes essence.

Man's Treasure was devised after an extensive review of formulas used to treat both impotence and male infertility, which often include the same ingredients. The patent remedies available in China are of interest in this regard because the Chinese have long produced over-the-counter remedies for impotence, especially for lowered sexual response associated with aging.

Chinese Symptomology: Fatigue; Back Ache; Chilliness; Problems Associated with Aging

Western Symptomology: Impotence; Male Infertility

Actions: Tonify Yang; Tonify Qi; Astringe Essence

- Aging
- Back-Pain
- Chills
- Supports normal male fertility
- Fatigue
- Supports normal erectile function
- Supports normal sperm count

Man's Treasure Ingredients: Cistanches, Morinda, Cuscuta Seed, Lycium Fruit, Rehmannia (Cooked), Ginseng, Polygonatum (Siberian Solomon Seal), Cynomorium, Achyranthes Root, Astragalus Seed, Asparagus Tuber, Horney Goat Weed, Psoralea, Leak Seed-Wine Treated, Licorice.

Suggested Use: Take 2 to 3 tablets, 3 times a day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to using this product.

Keep out of reach of children.


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