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Debuting Natural Sex Drive and Anti-PMS Beverages: Dr. Chao Herbal Drinks Line

30 September 2009 2,222 views No Comment

CLAREMONT, Calif., Sept. 29, 2009 — The Dr. Chao Herbal Drink Line is premiering two all-natural, vegan beverages to enhance sexual health, combat premenstrual symptoms and more. The new “Adult” and “Lady” drinks have no sugar, artificial sweeteners or preservatives, glutens, carbs and caffeine, do not require costly prescriptions and have health benefits derived from the recipes of a 19th-century Chinese herbalist.

According to Ted Chao, president of the Claremont, California-based U.S. People Foods & Beverages Company, “The ‘Adult Drink’ is similar to popular sex enhancement products on the market, but in a natural way. It’s designed to increase sexual health by stimulating healthy production of sexual hormones and glands to combat sexual exhaustion, debility and chronic fatigue.” The potion nourishes the sex glands, promoting overall sexual health with the herbs Herba Epimedii (Horny Goat Weed), Cordyceps, Fructus Lycii (Wolfberry Fruit), Herba Cynomorii (Cynomorium Stem) and Fructus Momordicae (Grosvenor Momordica fruit).

Whereas the Adult beverage can be consumed by and benefit both genders, the “Lady Drink,” as its name implies, is designed specifically for females. “This is as an herbal detox beauty drink with anti-oxidants for removing impurities from women’s internal systems,” Mr. Chao explains. “Lady Drink improves facial skin and alleviates PMS symptoms. It excretes toxic substances, has anti-aging benefits, promotes blood circulation and ovarian health, regulates PMS and the endocrine system, enhances kidney and liver functions. It also helps reduce weight and alleviates acne.” U.S.P.F.B.’s president adds that Lady Drink is made with Herba Leonuri (Motherwort Herb), Saffron, aloe and Fructus Momordicae.

The Adult and Lady Drinks join the “Stress Reliever,” which U.S.P.F.B. launched in 2008. All of these beverages are based on the studies of Baoyin Chao, a famous 1870s herbal physician from Guizhou Province in Southwest China, whose recipes have been passed down from generation to generation, and are closely guarded family secrets. Continuing his renowned great-great-grandfather’s work, Ted Chao — a trained herbalist with a master’s degree from the Guiyang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine — moved to America in 2007. His goal: to make his forebear’s herbal remedies – primarily available in powders, pills and tablets — readily accessible to the U.S. public in a convenient form that preserves the herbs’ healthy attributes.

Working with the food consultants of Northern California’s National Food Laboratory, they liquefied the herbs – which keeps them fresher than powders and pills – giving birth to the Dr. Chao Herbal Drink Line. While other beverages using ginseng or other roots, et al, contain sugar and additional manmade ingredients, the Dr. Chao Herbal Drink Line is 100% natural and vegan. The herbs are grown in China and exported to the USA, where they are processed into soft drinks at a FDA-certified facility in Wisconsin that also produces V8 juice.

This patented healthy soft drink alternative drawn from Baoyin Chao’s work and China’s 5,000-year-old medical tradition is served in eight-ounce cans. Their herbal remedies to sexual dysfunction, PMS and more do not require expensive doctor visits, prescription drugs and trips to the pharmacy. The all-natural healing and benefits of the Dr. Chao Herbal Drink Line are just a flip-top away at Whole Foods Market, Clark’s Nutrition Natural Foods Market and HOWS Market. For more info see http://www.uspfb.com or contact Jane Zheng: 877-2DR-CHAO.

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