Suitable for: 

1. People on weight control program 

2. People who intend to prevent overweight 

3. People who have obesity. 


Key knowledge: 

Cassia Seed extract boosts weight loss due to its laxative properties, which help hydrate the large intestinal tract to loosen the bowels. Cassia seed extract is a tonic for the eyes, kidney, liver and bowel. It is useful to address liver fire, a diagnostic pattern in traditional Chinese medicine. Symptoms of liver fire are irritability, headache, red face, tinnitus and sleep problems. 


Lotus leaf: Alkaloids and flavonoids in lotus leaf extract decreases blood glyceride and cholesterol greatly. Meanwhile, it helps with urination and bowel movement thus the excretion of metabolic wastes and toxins can be accelerated. 


Hawthorn: contains flavonoids, hawthorn acids, procyanidins, vitamin C, lipase and other active compounds that lower the blood lipid level. In some European countries, hawthorn extract is considered a relatively safe and effective therapy for mild to moderate congestive heart failure due to its effects on improving cardiac output. 


Mulberry: is classified in the modern Chinese Materia Medica as a blood tonic, which improves the production of blood cells. Traditionally, mulberry has been used as a medicinal agent to nourish the yin and blood, benefit the kidneys, and treat weakness, fatigue, anaemia, and premature greying of hair. It is also used utilized to treat urinary incontinence, tinnitus, dizziness, and constipation in the elderly and the anaemic. The bioactive constituents such as vitamin C, β-carotene, selenium and flavonoids improve immunity and also work synergistically as antioxidants. 


Rose: The rose essential oil and volatile oil in rose extract have shown properties of decreasing systolic blood pressure, and total cholesterol level. The benefits of rose extract extend well beyond its antioxidant potency, however. The extract possesses well-stablished anti-inflammatory effects and has been shown to relieve joint pain associated with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and lower-back pain