About Cassia Nomame
Cassia Nomame grows wild on the banks of China's Yangtze River. Get this! Legend claims the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers were created when two benevolent dragons were sent to treat the ills of the people of Asia during a catastrophic drought. Supposedly, these benevolent dragons accomplished their mission of healing, became part of the earth and decided to go into retirement as the tranquil Yangtze River and Yellow River. Sounds perfectly plausible (wink, wink). In an equally exciting tidbit, Cassia Nomame is used today around the world in teas and as support for healthy weight management.*
How it Works
Cassia Nomame has been popular in Asia for thousands of years and is thought to support healthy weight management. This herb is still popular in many parts of the world. Traditionally used in Hama-cha tea, Cassia Nomame bears pods containing 3 "super seeds" each. These seeds are believed to be key to Cassia Nomame’s success. Is the secret in the seed? We’ll let the mystery be and let you decide.*
Did You Know?
Chinese Emperors often used the dragon as a symbol of their imperial power. In Chinese culture, dragons are symbolic of mighty powers, including control over water, rainfall, hurricane, and floods. Dragons also symbolize strength and good luck.
Directions: Take 2 capsules one or more times per day with a 10 oz. glass of water or as recommended by your healthcare provider. Do not use if seal around cap is broken. Keep out of reach of children.
|Supplement Facts |
|Serving Size: 2 Capsules |
|Serving Per Container: 15 |
||Amount Per Serving
||% DV* |
Cassia nomame (whole plant) Extract
(8% flavonols) (64 mg flavanols)
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. |
|+ Daily Value not established. |