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Dodder Seed (50:1) Extract

Supports Bone Health*
Healthy Cell Production*
Assists Blood Sugar*
Boosts Immune System*
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The Dodder plant is a parasitic vine that wraps itself around other plants for nourishment [1].

    What is Dodder Seed?

    Dodder Seed (also known as cuscuta seed or Tu Si Zi in Mandarin) has long been considered as a mild tonic in Chinese herbal remedies [1]. It hails from Asia and has been used by both genders as a tonic to support various health ailments. In recent years, its fame has spread to the West and many are embracing the benefits that come with the consumption of this extract. *

    How could Dodder Seed Extract Support My Health?

    Research and traditional use, suggests Dodder seed could help support fertility, healthy hair growth in men, the immune system, liver and kidney function, bone health, healthy bowel movements, healthy blood sugar levels, optimal blood pressure and eye health. *

    Suggested Usage / Dosage

    The recommended dosage for this extract is 300 - 900 mg daily.

    Ideal Storage Conditions

    Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.

    Shelf Life

    2-years from Date of Manufacture.


    1. Patel, S., Sharma, V., Chauhan, N. S., & Dixit, V. K. (2012). An updated review on the parasitic herb of Cuscuta reflexa Roxb. Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine, 10(3), 249-255.
    2. XIA, H. F., & LI, X. H. (2012). Research advances in pharmacological action of Chinese Dodder seed [J]. Journal of Modern Medicine & Health, 3, 059.
    3. Kolasani, A., Xu, H., & Millikan, M. (2011). Evaluation of mineral content of Chinese medicinal herbs used to improve kidney function with chemometrics. Food chemistry, 127(4), 1465-1471.
    4. Lin, S., Ye, S., Huang, J., Tian, Y., Xu, Y., Wu, M., ... & Cai, J. (2013). How do Chinese medicines that tonify the kidney inhibit dopaminergic neuron apoptosis?. Neural regeneration research, 8(30), 2820.
    5. Lin, H. B., Lin, J. Q., Lu, N., & Yi, X. Y. (2003). Comparative study on immune enhancement effects of four kinds of dodder seeds in Shandong Province. Zhong xi yi jie he xue bao= Journal of Chinese integrative medicine, 1(1), 51-53.
    * Individual results may vary from person to person.