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Scientifically Proven! See Ingredients | Herbology

A one of a kind ingredient in Natural Regain, Astragalus Membranaceus or Huang Qi as is known in Traditional Chinese medicine as a very common root herb. Huang Qi is a Chinese term meaning "yellow leader". Huang means yellow and it refers to the root's yellow interior while Qi means leader and it refers to this herb as being a superior leader used in major tonic applications. Belonging to the large Leguminosae pea family, its structure is complex and there are other variants of this plant such as Astragalus Membranaceus var. mongholicus also used in some parts of china as Huang Qi. To date there are close to 2000 species of the plant Astragalus Membranaceus which are grown in northern temperate zones. For example, in North America alone, there are close to 368 Astragalus Membranaceus species while in Europe 133 species of the same occur. Grown and cultivated as a herbaceous perennial, this plant has sprawling stems and is often grows to about 2 feet off the ground. Thanks to the many variant species of this plant, its uses are a plenty. Working as a diuretic medicine, antipyretic, pectoral and a great tonic hair diseases and disorders.
In ancient Chinese medicine, Astragalus Membranaceus was widely used as an immune stimulant. Other uses of this herb are: anti-inflammatory, adapt genic, antiviral, antibacterial, diuretic and liver protectant. All of these functions are mandatory for preventing hair loss and encouraging hair growth.
There are 3 components that allow the Astragalus herb to have such a positive medicinal effect on human hair. These components are: polysaccharides, saponins and flavonoids. These active compounds are also contained in various vegetables and fruits. Polysaccharides are known for their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antiviral capabilities, saponins lower amount of cholesterol in the body and help protect the skin and scalp against cancer through improving the body's immune system, flavonoids on the other hand are effective in their anti-oxidative qualities.

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