is Lucid-Head made of?
consists of 39 natural herbs, including:
balancing: Chinese wolfberry,
longspur epimedium, chastetree
fruit, glossy privet.
De-toxin: kudzuvine, fang feng, dahurian angelica, puncture vine, ligusticum.
skullcap, chrysanthemum, Zhejiang
figwort, Chinese thorowax, selfheal.
Qi enhancing: dangshen,
dried orange peel, parasitic loranthus.
production: multiflower knotweed, dried rhemannia, berbaceous
peony, leatherleaf milltia.
Clots cleansing: chuanxiong, ox knee, red-rooted salvia,
cleaning: white mustard seed, Indian bamboo, greenbrier, poriacum, large-headed astractylodes,
oriental water plantain.
quelling: elevated gastrodia, gambirplant, abalone shell, magnetite, wild jujube
seed, grass-leaved sweetflag.
Brain clot cleansing:
ginkgo biloba, narrow-leaved polygala.
How does Lucid-Head work?
The natural herbs work synergistically to
dissolve the clots in brain, to quell the high blood pressure, stabilize
the nervous system, improve Qi and the vascular
system, improve the blood component production and microcirculation,
clean the mucus, retained body fluids, and toxin or drug residues in the
head and brain vessels. Thus relieves the above stated symptoms.
many bottles are needed to remedy one's problem?
varies depending on individual's conditions; usually one bottle is enough
to determine whether Lucid-Head will be effective for you.
If you feel any improvement of symptoms, you need to take
more to get better, some people need up to 6 bottles to achieve full
recovery. If after 2 bottles, symptoms have not improved, Lucid-Head may
not be suitable for you. Your
problems may relate to more complicated disorders.
does one know one has vertigo?
are easy to feel, in the early stage, dizziness includes light-headedness and
feeling faint. Vertigo is a feeling of spinning, whirling, or movement
and dizziness occurring simultaneously. Vertigo may indicate an inner ear
are other possible applications of Lucid-Head?
nervous system and vascular disorders in the head, including pain,
dizziness, blurredness, forgetfulness, etc. (but without infections or
other diseases). Causes may include 1. High blood pressure: sometimes,
when blood pressure reaches extreme levels, one may experience headache,
blurry or double vision, abdominal or chest pain, shortness of breath,
and dizziness. 2. Deterioration of mental ability due to aging, blockage
or leakage of blood vessels, which may include pre or post-stroke, early
Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s conditions, etc. 3. Headaches: the most common headaches
are tension, migraine and cluster headaches, caused by a serotonin
imbalance. They are usually treated by painkillers, which may have some
side-effects. (The less common types of headache are post-traumatic,
sinus, jaw-joint, exercise or sexual activity-induced, and allergic
headaches, etc., most of these infection or disease-induced headaches
should be cured by treating the source problems.)
indicate that blood clots or mucus have hindered microcirculation, or
toxins due to biological or chemical sources may have blocked blood
vessels in the head. Aging or stresses (due to mood or hormonal changes)
may have de-stabilized the nervous system.