Dr. Shen’s Shou Wu For Hair Loss or Premature Grey Hair

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Also known as: HE SHOU WU

The Legend of He Shou Wu

Long ago, old Mr. He became lost in the forest. Years later, those who found him were astonished. The old man’s hair had turned from white to black. In order to sustain himself, he lived on the root of the common wild vine: Polygoni Multiflori. Today, this herb bears his name HE SHOU WU (Old Mr. He). In the West, this root is known as HE SHOU WU or FoTi.

He Shou Wu Today- Dr. Shen’s Shou Wu Pills for Youthful Hair

Modern day doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine use this herb to Strengthen the Blood and assist the JING in order to benefit the hair, prevent premature hair loss or greying, and to regulate excessive aging. Dr. Shen’s Shou Wu Pills contains five years or older, export grade (the highest) HE SHOU WU (90%). Small amounts (5%) of premium Poria are added to enhance digestibility and absorption. CHUAN XIONG  (5%) is added as a messenger herb, to invigorate the HE SHOU WU and direct the action of the formula upward to the head.

When to Use Dr. Shen’s Shou Wu

  • Premature Hair Loss
  • Premature Grey Hair
  • Dry or Brittle Hair
  • Damaged Hair


3 tablets, every three or four hours; or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.  


He Shou Wu is generally considered safe for everyone, nevertheless, pregnant women are advised to consult with their healthcare providers before using any supplement. Traditional Chinese Medicine, when used properly, is powerful and reliable, but it can also be complex. Self-diagnosis and self-treatment aren’t recommended for chronic, recurring, or serious illness.

Quality Guarantee

At Dr. Shen’s, we use the finest grades of herbs. We import all of our herbs whole, rather than as powders, so we can inspect them for authenticity and quality. We screen for mold, metals, and microorganisms. We test tablets for dissolvability and coat them for easy swallowing. Our excipients are minimal, always natural, and always vegetarian. All ingredients are listed on compliant labels.


Fleece Flower Root  (Polygoni Multiflori) He Shou Wu
Strengthens the Liver and Kidneys, Benefits the Hair, Nourishes the Blood, Benefits and Retains the Essence, Detoxifies Fire Poison, Moistens the Intestines, Expels Wind from the Skin.

Szechuan Lovage (Ligusticum Wallichi) Chuan Xiong
Invigorates the Blood, Promotes the Circulation of Qi, Expels Wind, Moves the Qi Upward

Hoelen Mushroom (Poria Cocos Sclerotum) Fu Ling
Quiets the Heart, Calms the Spirit, Harmonizes the Middle, Strengthens Stomach/Spleen

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