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In the recorded history of China, the Taoist Masters were the longest living people, often exceeding one hundred years of age without showing the usual signs of aging. It is no wonder that they were consultants to many royal families through the ages.tcmwell.com

In the recorded history of China, the Taoist Masters were the longest living people, often exceeding one hundred years of age without showing the usual signs of aging. It is no wonder that they were consultants to many royal families through the ages....

Lily bulbs 

Herbs (Immortal Foods)


1. Lily bulbs
2. Peach kernel
3. Lotus seed
These herbs improve circulation, stimulate endocrine and immune functions, promote detoxification and are full of anti-oxidants.

TIP: They make wonderful additions to any cooked cereal.



In the recorded history of China, the Taoist Masters were the longest living people, often exceeding one hundred years of age without showing the usual signs of aging. It is no wonder that they were consultants to many royal families through the ages. A special group of herbs have played an important part in supporting the long and vigorous lives of these Taoist. They were called 'Immortal Foods' and three herbs appear frequently in secret formulas for longevity. They are listed below. These are but a part of a secret collection of special formulas.


 

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