The ‘Three Treasures’ or ‘Three Jewels’ in Chinese Medicine is a simple concept for describing a complete human being. It is one way health is interpreted and issues identified to help find the appropriate treatment for many (some would say all) conditions the human body may experience.
These three (Jing, Qi, and Shen) treasures are always meant to be balanced. When one becomes too weak or depleted (one extreme) or too expansive and overbearing (the other extreme), it can result in sickness– a symptom of imbalance.
In this video, Logan explains the difference between the three treasures. In this video, he goes into detail on how our Phoenix formula was designed to work with two of these treasures: Jing and Qi. These two are the foundations to living a long, healthy, vibrant life. It is important to keep your Jing stores from being depleted and your Qi flowing, which is exactly what the Phoenix formula does.
Watch this video and learn more about how our Phoenix Formula can help you get your health back into balance.
Here’s a really cool review we recently received on our Phoenix formula …..
“WOW! I wasn’t sure how much faith to put into what I read about this combination of herbs.
I am not one for the hard sell. Well… The Phoenix Formula is everything it as advertised to be.
Mixed this with homemade almond milk and ice, just prior to my workout and I was feeling like Hercules. I was able to pump through my routine and not feel fatigued and drained when done. Don’t get me wrong, I was tired, and after 30 minutes and a shower my energy level was back to before the workout. It was amazing. I was alert and able to focus on my lesson planning and sleep pleasantly. When I woke at 6 am, I was alert and ready for work.” – Chris
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