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VessowellTM

VessowellTM
VessowellTM
(Xin Nao Xue Shuan Wan/Pian)

An All Natural Chinese Herbal Supplement

VessowellTM (Xin Nao Xue Shuan Wan, Xin Nao Xue Shuan Pian, 心脑血栓丸) is a Chinese herbal medicine specially formulated to maintain cardiovascular health for those who are at higher risks of heart attack or stroke due to blood clots and high blood pressure.

What does it do?
Each year in the USA, over 1 million people have heart attacks (myocardial infarction), and half of them die; 800,000 people have stroke (brain attacks). Both heart attack and stroke are the leading causes of death worldwide. Heart attacks occur when blood flow to the heart is blocked by blood clots formed in the inside wall of its coronary arteries which feed the heart with blood and oxygen. Stroke is caused by either the loss of blood supply to the brain due to blood clots in the blood vessels or bleeding in the brain.

Clearly, keeping a healthy cardiovascular system is of vital importance. One needs to keep a normal level of blood cholesterols and lipids to minimize the build up of plaques (clots) and to lower blood viscosity for a smooth blood flow; one needs to keep a normal level of blood pressure to minimize the risks of most cardiovascular diseases. No wonder the drugs for reducing cholesterol like lipitor, for thinning the blood like plavix, and for lowering blood pressure are the mostly demanded medicines.

Accumulation of plaques or clots in blood vessels is referred as blood stasis or blood stagnation in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Many Chinese herbs are well known to disperse blood stasis and activate blood. They are widely used in China to deal with diseases related to the cardiovascular system such as coronary heart disease (CHD, or coronary artery disease, CAD), atherosclerosis, angina, chest pain, numbness of the extremities, vertigo, stroke etc. In biomedical studies, these Chinese herbs are shown to increase blood flow, inhibit platelet aggregation, and reduce blood pressure.

VessowellTM is a Guang Ci Tang signature Chinese herbal formula for promoting cardiovascular health. It also activates the meridian channels. The Chinese medicine is a properietary combination of the following Chinese herbs.

Dan Shen (Salvia root) is perhaps the best known and the most commonly used Chinese herb for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. Extensive biomedical studies on Danshen suggest that it improves microcirculation, dilates coronary arteries, inhibits platelet aggregation and thrombosis, and protects against myocardial ischemia and stroke.1,2 A Dan Shen preparation was recently reported to have successfully passed a phase II clinical trial for angina pectoris in USA.
Chuan Xiong is a key Chinese herb that invigorates Blood, moves Qi, expels Wind, and relieves Pain. It acts similarly to Salvia root in increasing blood flow to coronary arteries, reducing blood clots, lowering blood pressure, relieving chest pain associated with Qi and Blood Stasis.
Huang Qi (Astragalus root) is a key Chinese herb that tonifies Qi and enhances the immune function. It also benefits the cardiovascular system and is shown to dilate coronary arteries and lower hypertension.
Xia Ku Cao (Prunella) clears liver fire and dissolves mass. The Chinese herb is also shown to decrease blood pressure.
Niu Xi (Achyranthes root) both invigorates the blood to remove blood stasis and nourishes the liver and the kidneys to strengthen bones and tendons. The Chinese herb also clears Wind and Dampness.
Gou Teng (Uncaria twig) clears heat and calms the Liver. The Chinese herb has a property of reducing blood pressure.
Yu Jin (Curcuma root) both activates blood and moves Qi to relieve chest pain due to Qi stagnation and blood stasis.
Tian Ma (Gastrodia root) calms Wind and clears the meridians. In modern biochemical studies, Gastrodia extracts are shown to be analgesic, reduce hypertension; Remarkably, Gastrodin, a compound isolated from gastrodia, are found to protect neurons in the brain from damages during cerebral ischemia (loss of blood supply in the brain).3
Sang Ji Sheng (Mulberry twig) nourishes the liver and the kidneys and strengthens bones and tendons. It is also beneficial to the cardiovascular system.
Bai Shao (White peony root) nourishes the blood, harmonizes the liver and relieves pain. The Chinese herb dilates blood vessels and increases blood flow.

What is the formula composition?
A proprietary blend* of
Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae
Rhizoma Ligustici Chuanxiong
Radix Astragali Membranacei
Spica Prunellae
Radix Achyranthis Bidentatae
Ramulus Uncariae Cum Uncis
Radix Curcumae
Rhizoma Gastrodiae Elatae
Herba Taxilli
Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorae
(Dan Shen)
(Chuan Xiong)
(Huang Qi)
(Xia Ku Cao)
(Niu Xi)
(Gou Teng)
(Yu Jin)
(Tian Ma)
(Sang Ji Sheng)
(Bai Shao)
This formula list may appear differently from the label of the product you receive. learn more

*VessowellTM is made of 100% pure authentic Chinese herbs of highest qualities. Traditional preparation procedures are combined with modern pharmaceutical processes to extract the active ingredients from the herbs and to further concentrate them into pills or tablets. It is produced in the certified GMP facilities of Shanghai TongHanChun Herbs Factory (Guang Ci Tang) and is imported to USA in accordance with the FDA guidelines.

What is Available?
One top Chinese herbs brand:
Guang Ci Tang (learn more): 40 grams in 400 mg 100 tablets (pian) or 200 mg 200 pills (wan).

Guang Ci Tang® Advantages
so pure, so powerful, so affordable

Double the concentration than other Chinese herb concentrated pills;
Purest water extract with no or little binder;
No pharmaceuticals, sugar, or dyes;
Heavy metals tested and in compliance with US Pharmacopeia;
Proprietary formulation technology;
Reduced daily dose and larger pack size for a longer use;
Made in pharmaceutical cGMP certified factories;
Safely used in the USA since 1995.

How do I use it?
Take 5 to 7 pills or 3 to 4 tablets three times daily.

Use Discretion

Side Effects
VessowellTM has been safely used without any reported adverse effect.

Cautious Notes
1. Do not use it during pregnancy.
2. Use with caution if you are using blood thinners like aspirin and walfarin as Vessowell may enhance their effect.
3. Keep out of reach of children.

References
1. Adams JD, Wang R, Yang J, Lien EJ., Preclinical and clinical examinations of Salvia miltiorrhiza and its tanshinones in ischemic conditions. Chin Med. 2006 Nov 23;1:3.
2. Cheng TO, Cardiovascular effects of Danshen. Int J Cardiol. 2007 Sep 14;121(1):9-22.
3. Zeng X. et al., A study of the neuroprotective effect of the phenolic glucoside gastrodin during cerebral ischemia in vivo and in vitro. Planta Med. 2006 Dec;72(15):1359-65.

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