Concentrated Chinese herbal tea concentrate
One serving of Phyto-soy provides the equivalent anti-cancer activity of about 10 servings of tofu (500 grams, one pound). This delicious tea is a perfect choice for daily body cleansing, anti-aging, and body balance.
This great tasting Soy-isoflavone concentrate is rich in phytoestrogens, key phytonutrients in preventing many conditions associated with aging. Menopausal women are particularly concerned with stopping bone loss and preserving hormonal balance. Autoimmunity, prostate and kidney problems as well as rapid free radical formations, inflammation and repeated mild infections are all associated with aging.
This refreshing tea goes another step, cleansing and detoxifying your entire body as it slows the aging process.
Soy-isoflavones (100 mg/ml, 10% Soy-isoflavone, 5% Genistein), are believed to be beneficial for fighting oxidants, prostatitis, cancer, osteoporosis, atherosclerosis, and kidney disease. Studies in Japan have shown that the extract of Chinese blackberry contains anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidation properties.
Use For: Anti-Aging, Anti-oxidant, Arteriosclerosis, Cancer, Cancer Prevention, Cholesterol, Constipation, Hormone Balancing, Insomnia, Kidney Health, Menopause, Osteoporosis, Prostate Health, Prostatitis, Tumors.
What makes Soy so effective against cancer? Currently the scientific community is focused on the isoflavones, particularly genistein and daidzein, important components of soy.
Documentation of Individual Herbs
The information is not intended as medical advice, but only as education and as a guide in working with your health care professional.
Organ Affinity: Cools: Spleen, Heart and Large Intestines.
Soybeans have played an integral part in Chinese culture, both as a food and as a medicine. It has been suggested by scientific findings that soy is beneficial for healing chronic diseases including: osteoporosis, kidney disease, atherosclerosis, and that it has anti-carcinogens and anti-cancer properties for breast, colon, and prostate cancers. Genistein in soybean plays a major role as a weak estrogen compound which has been shown to be an estrogen balancer in animal models.Selected References
1. A review of the clinical effects of phytoestrogens. [Review] Obstet Gynecol 1996 May; 87(5 Pt2):897-904.
2. Rationale for the use of genistein-containing soy matrices in chemoprevention trials for breast and prostate concer. J Cell Biochem Suppl 1995;22: 18 1-7. Bames 5, Peterson TG, Coward L.
3. Biological effects of a diet of soy protein rich in isoflavones on the menstrual cycle of premenopausal women [see comments]. AmJ Chin Nutr 1994 Sep;60(3):333-40. Cassidy A, Bingham 5, Setchell KD.
4. How to reduce the risk factors of osteoporosis in Asia. [Review]. Chung Hua I Hsueh TsaChih (Taipei) 1995 Mar:55(3):209-13. Kao PC, P'engFK.
5. Neonatal genistein chemoprevents mammary cancer. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1995 Jan;208(l):120-3. Lamartiniere CA, Holland M, Bames S.
6. Incorporating soy proteins into baked products for use in clinical studies. [Review]. J Nutr 1995 Mar;125(3 Suppl):666s-6745. Klein BP, Perry AK AdairN.
7. Modem applications for an ancient bean: soybeans and the prevention and treatment of chronic disease. [Review] JNutr 1995 Mar;125(3Suppl):5675-5695. Messina M.
Organ Affinity: Liver & Kidney.
Effects: Kidney tonic, astringent.
Indications: Kidney deficiency: impotence, spermatorrhoea, premature ejaculation, urinal incontinence, bed wetting.
Remarks: Improves vision in liver and kidney deficient symptoms. A recent Japanese study indicated anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidation effects and help with allergies.Selected References
1. Chinese Blackberry contains anti-inflammantory and anti-oxidation properties. [Review] Tiencha Tea Extract. Biotec Suntory. Tokyo, Japan.
Effects: Antipyretic, moist, calming, and relaxing. Natural Sweetener.
Indications: Digestive tract problems; sore throats, coughs, headache, and tension.
Remarks: Effective for climination of constipation, diarrhea, or other digestive problems; relaxes digestive tract and, thus, relieves tension and helps reduce headaches.Selected References
1. Lee C. "Intense sweetener from Lo Han Kuo (Momordica grosvenori)." Experientia 1975 May 15;31(5):533-4.
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