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Huiji Waist Tonic - 汇集补腰精

Huiji Waist Tonic (汇集补腰精) helps alleviate common health problems by ensuring we get our full daily nutritional requirements in an easy and affordable way. With regular consuming of Huiji Waist Tonic it actually helps to improve our blood circulation, nourish and darken hair, strengthen our body as well as enhancing the flavour of our dishes.


There are a few types of marvelous Chinese Herbs used in this Waist Tonic such as Cordyceps (冬蟲草) which helps to tonify the lungs and kidneys, arrest bleeding and dissolve phlegm. Du Zhong (杜仲) helps to tonify the liver and kidney, strengthen the tendons and bones as well as prevent miscarriage. There are also Shou Wu (首乌), Dang Gui (当归), Ginseng (人参) and Da Zao also known as Red Date (红枣).

Huiji Waist Tonic is the essence from many nutritious Chinese herbs which makes it an extremely powerful and effective health supplement. Unlike other similar products, Huiji Waist Tonic is 100% Vegetarian, with no added alcohol and cane sugar. As such almost everyone in the family including breastfeeding mums, children above 7 years old and even those who are allergic to alcohol can safely enjoy this tonic without worry.

The tonic can be taking daily to improve blood circulation, strengthen the body and waist, relieve body-aches and numbness, as well as stimulate the mind. Below are some of the benefits of Huiji Waist Tonic:-

~ Waist strengthening
~ Gentle on the stomach
~ Nourishes and darkens hair
~ Strengthens the body and the waist
~ Relieves muscle stiffness
~ Relieves aches in the waist and knees
~ Assists circulation
~ Nourishes vital energy


You can easily spot this product at local retailers such as Bee Brand, Cold Storage, NTUC Fairprice, Sheng Siong, ZTP, selected Guardian Pharmacy And Watsons and etc. Just for your information Huiji Waist Tonic is also HALAL certified which is suitable for Muslim consumers.

Depending on the promotional price; Huiji Waist Tonic is sold at a retail price S$23.80 S$20.50(250ml) or S$49.70 S$42.80 (700ml)



RECIPES USING HUIJI WAIST TONIC


With modern busy and hectic lifestyle, I am sure it's always quiet difficult for working mothers or individuals to prepare delicious and nutritious meal. So in order to strengthen and replenish our body nutrition intake, I would be sharing some quick and easy homecook dishes and soup which incorporate Huiji Waist Tonic to enhance the flavour as as well increase the nutritional value of the dishes.

* All related Photos and Recipes of Huiji Waist Tonic are ©Copyright by Ellena Guan of Cuisine Paradise. All rights reserved. Product merchants or anyone related are "Prohibited" from using my work (photographs, content and recipes) for commercial purposes without my written consent.

RECIPES !!!!

Steamed Drunken Prawns

Huiji Double-boiled Chicken Essence





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