China’s Revered Anti-Aging Herb – Tuber of Multiflower Knotweed

December 15, 2012 Trisha Han Oriental Herbal Medicine

In 812, a 56-year-old man by the name of He was pruning trees when two plants a few meters way apart suddenly caught his attention. He thought it was very strange that the vines of these plants were crossing each other not unlike a man and woman embracing each other in love. “There got to be a reason for these plants to be doing this kind of thing”, he thought. He then dug out the roots of the plants and brought them home to cook and eat as food.

He had been so weak since childhood that he had never married. However, after consuming the roots for seven days, he began to have a desire for marriage. After consuming the roots for a few months, he began to feel much stronger; and after one year of consumption, his grey hair had all returned to black and he began to look like much younger. At that point, he got married and then fathered a baby boy. Both the father and the son lived to over 100 years of age.  The Chinese have called tuber of multiflower knotweed “Mr. He’s Black Hair” ever since.

 


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