Zeng & Zeng's Varicose Tea
Free Yourself of Varicose Veins Forever...
...With a product shown to be effective in 95% of patients who tried it!
"Burning". "Distended". "Ugly". "Uncomfortable"...
These are just a few of the ways patients describe their varicose veins. Many have already had them stripped, filled, burned or lasered, but they still have problems with their veins.
For the vast majority of those afflicted with leg discoloration, varicose or spider veins, they bear the burden for years before doing anything about it.
And I will admit that many people who have these procedures done have been happy with their outcome. But still; many come to me at my office looking for relief from their unsightly and painful varicose veins.
They come to me to help with their varicose veins instead of their MD for a variety of reasons;
- They are looking for a safe and inexpensive alternative to the many available surgical procedures out there. (Modern laser stripping may cost you more than $4,000 out of pocket)
- The veins they once had removed are coming back (like their doctor told them they would).
- The surgical procedure simply didn’t work and they are looking for an alternative.
- They are looking for something to try first that will be safer than lasers, burning, stripping, removal or injections.
Luckily, there IS something That is easy and affordable that helped 95% of those with varicose veins during a clinical study.
A product that can level out congested, swollen and painful lumps and cause unsightly purple veins to lighten and fade. A product that patients report can shrink their spider veins until they vanish and cause dark spots on their lower legs to lighten and fade.
A natural, easy treatment for painful and unsightly varicose veins. Developed by some of the top cardiologists from university hospitals in China… a treatment proven to be 95% effective in clinical studies yet IGNORED and (worse) UNKNOWN by our American doctors.
A rediscovery that could save you from needing to endure the painful western treatments such as vein injections, lasers, stripping and surgery.
Oh… before I go any further, let me introduce myself. I’m Jason Richard, a National Board Certified and Licensed Acupuncturist here in beautiful Minnesota with an office in the historic theater district of downtown Austin. I have been in private practice for 20+ years and have treated thousands of patients. I hold a Masters degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In my own private practice, I utilize a mixture of Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine.
For years, I have treated major medical issues even the best doctors in the world (who are located just 30 miles away at Mayo Clinic) could not handle such as crippling pain caused by chronic degenerative spinal disease or debilitating migraine headaches or helped couples experience the joy of parenthood by helping them with their infertility. Being a small town private practice, I have the pleasure and honor of treating a very wide variety of health complaints.
One issue that rarely came up during the early years of practice was varicose veins. Hardly anybody ever mentioned them even though I saw them on patients every single day.
People just seemed to accept the fact that they had them and there was little they could do about them besides the rather extensive & expensive procedure from their MD. The vast majority of my patients just figured they would live with them. And that is how it went for years… no one mentioned it and I really give the idea of varicose veins any thought.
But then one day, I was researching some of the recent scientific studies done in China for cardiovascular disease and I stumbled onto a small article about the treatment of varicose veins with Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine. The results seemed “too good to be true”. In the study; done my doctors at a Chinese University Hospital, it showed that 95% of the test subjects using this herbal product saw improvement in their varicose veins. And almost half of the subjects had their varicose veins disappear altogether. I was flabbergasted by the numbers.
Now, even though nobody ever really complained about their varicose veins to me in my office, I figured that I would have the formula reproduced and given to some of my patients to see if the results were even remotely close to being accurate.
It turns out that they were! Those patients of mine who tried the product also saw great results. I mentioned it in our monthly newsletter that I mail to my patients and I was shocked at the demand for this “Zeng & Zengs Varicose Tea” (Zeng & Zeng are the two doctors who originally created the formula and conducted the study.)
It wasn’t long before patients were telling others about the success they had with the tea and before I knew it, strangers were showing up at my office looking to buy the varicose vein tea for themselves. There was such a demand for it; I often had a hard time keeping it on the shelf.
So I partnered with the MAYWAY Corporation (Americas largest importer of Chinese herbs) to have them produce this formula specifically for my patients instead of me preparing it in my office. Because of this partnership, we can now offer this product to the millions of Americans dealing with this annoying and unsightly issue.
Today, Zeng & Zeng's Varicose Tea comes as a great tasting instant tea powder which you simply mix with hot water and enjoy.
That’s it… Really. Just a tasty, slightly sweet instant herbal tea beverage that you sit down and enjoy 3 times a day.
Just mix 1 ½ teaspoons of the instant herbal tea powder with about a ½ cup warm water and enjoy. Do this 3x a day for 28 days.
What you should expect in 28 days will surely amaze you and your doctor when you show him your before and after photos (and be sure to send them to us too).
What should you expect for results at the end of the 28 days?
- Congested veins level out, swelling and painful lumps disappear and unsightly purple veins lighten and fade.
- Spider veins shrink and lighten and vanish.
- Dark spots on your lower legs lighten and fade.
This may sound too good to be true, if it wasn’t for the fact that this product has been tested by a university hospital where top cardiologists developed it using traditional Chinese herbs that have been used for literally thousands of years and tested exhaustedly for safety and efficiency.
This particular formula was first studied by doctors Zeng Liang Ju & Zeng Tao in China. What they discovered was that this formula was 95% effective to reduce or eliminate varicose veins in people with signs of “Blood Stagnation” (I’ll get to what that means in a moment).
In one clinical trial, 40 patients who were diagnosed with what the Chinese medical practitioners call “Blood Stasis Obstruction” causing varicose veins were prescribed a herbal tea combination containing 7 commonly used medicinal herbs long known for their ability to combat obstructions, nodulations and “stuck blood” in Chinese parlance.
The tea contains seven key ingredients;
- Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorea- Peony root)
- Fu Ling (Poria Cocos- Tuckahoe)
- Ren Dong Teng (Caulis Lonicerae – Honeysuckle stems)
- Si Gua Luo (Luffa Cylindrica – String Melon)
- Gan Cao (Radix Glycytthizae – Licorice root)
- Quan Xie (Buthus Martensis –Prepared Scorpions)
- Hong Hua (Safflower flower petals)
They drank a small cup of the herbal tea three times a day for 28 days.
Of the 40, 19 (47.5%) were considered “cured” of all signs of varicose veins (Which they defined as disappearance of all clinical signs and symptoms. The tortuous veins had become level, the blood vessels were free flowing and uninhibited, static blood had disappeared and there were no reoccurrence at the one year follow up).
Twelve patients in the study (another 30%) saw what researchers considered “obvious improvement” (meaning that the signs and symptoms had obviously improved. The congested veins had basically leveled out, swollen lumps and static blood had largely dispersed, but there were recurrences at the one year follow-up).
Another 7 patients (7.5%) showed only some improvement (meaning that the congested veins had reduced in size and the swelling and pain as well as the static blood signs had improved compared to prior treatment.
In fact only 5% of the patients in the study showed no signs of improvement with their varicose veins.
If you do the math; that’s 95% of the people seeing improvement!
“Really?!? You really want me to drink powdered roots and twigs and you expect me to believe that it’s going to get rid of my varicose veins? Nonsense! I don’t believe in that silly herbal Chinese third world mumbo jumbo medicine. I need real medicine!”
The thing is, Chinese herbal medicine is one of the oldest, most complete and most researched forms of medicine on the planet. It dates back 5000 years and has been undergoing constant transformation that whole time as new information and insights are discovered. More patients around the world receive Chinese herbal medicine than western prescription drugs on any given day (by far) and there are more physicians around the world prescribing herbs than pharmaceuticals on a day to day basis.
Here’s a point to take into consideration; 95% of the worlds pharmaceuticals produced every year are consumed by Americans, yet we account for less than 5% of the world’s population. That just seems goofy to me. On the other hand, China (who has almost 20% of the world’s population) uses almost no pharmaceuticals. Plus… their life expectancy is just about the same as ours.
So, I have to ask myself (and you can ask yourself the same rhetorical question); what do they use for medicine? Well, it turns out that they use mostly herbal medicine to treat many of the same medicinal issues that our MD’s in American would prescribe drugs for.
Heck, even 15% of the prescriptions that German doctors write for patients are for herbs… and Germany isn’t some backwards, third world country!
Oh… an interesting fact… the term “herbs” is a bit of a misnomer. There are actually over 20,000 plants, minerals, animal parts and other natural substances that the Chinese use as “herbal medicine” for their medicinal effects.
Admittedly, a well stocked herbal pharmacy will only stock maybe 250-500 of the most commonly used herbs day to day. Patients of mine are often confused when I give them an “herbal” formula and there are crushed shells, rocks or other non plant items at the bottom of the bag.
The fact is, there are so many more scientific studies done on “Chinese Herbs”, that the studies done by our American pharmaceutical companies look simply like a drop in the bucket by comparison.
So the point I’m trying to make is that there is such a massive amount of scientific data backing up the clinical effectivness of each of the herbs in this “Zeng & Zeng’s Varicose Tea”.
So herbs work. There is no honest dispute about that fact. But don’t get me wrong… I’m not anti pharmaceutical by any means; Sometimes you DO want a drug that will restart your heart in the Emergency Room or antibiotic that will stop a deadly bacteria in it’s tracks. As far as I know; there’s no twig tea that will do those things.
The thing is, sometimes a powerful drug or surgery isn’t what is needed. Sometimes just a gentle nudge of an herbal tea over a month's time can cause the body to correct itself. That’s the beauty of the human body… It’s designed to be healthy, stay healthy, and return to health as quickly as allowed.
The nice thing about natural herbal medicines such as this, is that they are naturally “buffered” making them much safer than pharmaceuticals. What I mean is that when you take a pharmaceutical, you are getting a highly pure chemical created in a lab. Some are so powerful that even a fraction of a microgram is enough to have a big impact on the function of the body. That’s why medications are so highly regulated and controlled by the federal government. If misused, they could often prove fatal.
On the other hand, natural herbal tea is the whole herb, whether it’s the leaves or berries or bark, etc. (and sometimes different parts of a plant have different healing effects). So if you are consuming a tea made of ginger root for an upset and nauseous stomach, you are in fact consuming several hundred different naturally occurring compounds found in that ginger root. Same with carrots you eat or any other “whole” food you get nourishment from. When you take a drug made in a pharmaceutical factory or laboratory, you’re getting a very highly pure dose of whatever chemical it is. When you take a “whole” medicine like “Zeng & Zengs”, you are getting thousands of naturally occurring chemicals harmoniously working together.
What Drs’ Zeng & Zeng discovered in their study was that when you combine these seven herbs, patients noticed a huge difference in their varicose veins. Not just by some of the patients, but ALMOST ALL OF THEM!
They noticed their distended veins began to smooth out, dark purple spider veins lightened and faded and the pain in the legs caused by the bulging veins eased and disappeared.
All this with no painful procedure or recovery time associated with other, more common surgical vein treatments. Simply by drinking a half of a cup of pleasant tasting tea three times each day for 28 days. Simple.
With “Zeng & Zengs Herbal Varicose Vein Tea”, you simply dissolve 3 small scoops (1/2 teaspoon each) into some warm or hot water and enjoy. Most agree that it has a pleasant & agreeable herbal tea flavor. And it’s already slightly sweet.
So what will it cost me?
The 28 day supply of the instant herbal tea (provided to you in three convenient plastic caddys) costs just $179.
(Oh… and just as an interesting aside; a “caddy” is a container specifically for tea. Who knew? )
“But That’s A Lot of Money!”
Now before anyone says “that’s a lot of money”, please consider your other options;
If you go to a dermatologist, they may offer you lasers, vein stripping surgery or other procedure. In most places in America, these will cost you well into the $1000’s of dollars range right now and may not be covered by insurance. I talked to one lady that recently spent $4,000 cash on her veins and still had issues.
And if you know anyone who has undergone some of these procedures such as the vein stripping, they will more than likely tell you that it was an uncomfortable operation and that the veins eventually came back.
So at $179, this option would seem like the obvious choice for those on a budget, given the high odds of success.
If you want to do the math, you’d see that it’s just $2.13 per cup… and I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the majority of Americans don’t blink at spending that for a water or soda at a vending machine or a coffee at the shop every day!
So you can spend $179 for a product that has a clinical success rate of 95% or you can spend thousands more with more invasive procedures which may (God forbid) have surgical complications such as infection and “down time” where you have to stay home to heal.
Just a quick word about those who have medical insurance that might help pay for your surgical procedure; For those considering a more costly medical procedure simply because they are thinking to themselves “But my insurance will pay for it”; a word of caution. In actuality, most insurance policies only cover a part of the cost of any medical care; the patient (you) pays the rest. If your insurance company is generous and willing to pay 80% of a $4,000 procedure, you’re still on the hook for $800.00. Not to mention getting past that high deductible.
So order today. If you fall into that 5% category for whom it doesn’t work, you are simply out just a little bit of cash.
But… if you are in 95% majority of patients whom this product will work for, you will not only see the results that you are looking for, but you also you saved yourself a lot of time, money and unnecessary discomfort.
FAQS (Frequently Asked Questions)
“So is Zeng & Zengs Varicose Tea going to rid of my varicose veins forever?” Of course probably not. As the body ages and your veins and arteries continue to become sluggish, you may need to occasionally redo the 28 day treatment. Many patients of mine have reported that they simply have to do a 7 day reboot once a year or so.
“How do you take it?” Zeng & Zengs Varicose Tea comes conveniently packaged in small 86 gram plastic caddy bottles (about the side as a can of soup). You simply mix 3 small scoops of the powered instant herbal tea (each about a half teaspoon) into warm or hot water, stir to dissolve the instant tea and enjoy.
“How does it taste?” Most people find it a quite agreeable flavor. But I have to be honest and tell you that it is an unfamiliar flavor… not bad… just different. I suppose that is because the American palette is so used to only a small number of flavors. The tea tastes slightly sweet, slightly earthy and slightly pique, like a dry red wine. It is a unique combination of flavors. So it may be an unfamiliar flavor to you at first, but people usually begin to find it’s actually pleasant and enjoyable. There is, of course a small group that take one sip and never want another; For those people, I would encourage them to try it a second time, or water it down a little bit more or sweeten it. If you find that you are one of the few who absolutely cannot enjoy it, please do send it back to my office for a full refund.
“How often do I take it?” The recommended regimen is 3 grams (which is about 1 ½ tsp) three times each day. It seems important to take at least this much, but also not to attempt to consume it all in one sitting. You don’t need mega doses. By spreading the tea over that three times a day, you are in effect, gently nudging the body to repair and heal your veins. Healing takes time, and we can’t force it to go too fast. The metaphor I like is that healing varicose veins is like tending a back-yard garden. You dig and weed and hoe and seed and water and finally, when Mother Nature has been given the time she needed, bears a wonderful bounty. It cannot happen overnight and you can only do so much weeding each day.
“Will I see changes overnight?” No, “Zeng & Zeng’s Varicose Tea” gently nudges the body to better health triggering the body to perform better. Healing takes time; there’s nothing we can do about that. Just as an athlete cannot see instant overnight transformations in their physicality by going to the gym on the first day, neither can we. Be patient. Most patients begin to notice visible changes within 7-21 days.
“Wouldn’t I be able to get this cheaper at my local store?” When I first discovered the original research study, I looked and looked for the product here in the US, but did not find it available anywhere, even online. I had to create it myself for my patients. That involved buying the bulk herbs, weighing and repackaging the herbs into daily doses that the patient would take home and cook on the stove top for several hours to extract the effective compounds. Quickly, I found that most people don’t have the time or inclination to cook herbs on their stovetop for hours each day. So, I began giving my patients powdered herbal tea extracts, as it is now. I found that the “pre-cooked, instant herbal tea was just as effective as the more bitter tasting, smelly “raw herbs” that patients would have to cook on their stove at home. Switching to instant tea powder was a “no-brainer”. Eventually I contacted the Mayway Corporation who is the world’s largest exporter of Chinese medicinal herbs and contracted them to produce this formulation for me at their state of the art manufacturing facility. So today, Turtle Creek Apothecary is literally the only place you can get this formula for varicose veins unless you have an herbal pharmacist / acupuncturist who will create it for you at their office (but be prepared to pay just as much (probably more) plus an additional $125 for the office call. Perhaps someday you’ll be able to buy it somewhere else, but not today. And when that day come, you can rest assured that we will be offering it to you at the lowest price possible. The $179 is already considerably below the suggested retail price set by the manufacturer.
“How is it made? Are there twigs and berries in there?” No. “Zeng & Zeng’s Varicose Tea” is a fast dissolving instant herbal tea and is manufactured in two major steps. The first is the manufacturing process where they take the raw ingredients from the farmers and transform them into the powdered instant tea. They do this by a rather complicated process where they take the raw ingredient and boil them in large industrial caldrons to extract the active components; they then dry the extract into a fast dissolving instant tea powered. From there, this particular formula is created at the MayWay factory pharmacy when a master herbal pharmacist actually creates your product when I order it. That’s right! Your product is custom made to order only after we order it! So you are guaranteed the absolute freshest product and not one that has been manufactured and sitting on the shelf for years. Literally; when the pharmacist gets our order, they will pull down the 7 individual ingredients off the pharmacy shelf, measuring out specific amounts of each and combine them into a single powder and finally sealing the bottles and labeling them just for us. This is the way Chinese herbal medicine has been dispensed for thousands of years; small batches crafted for the individual.
“How long will I have to take this?” Chinese medicine is different from modern pharmaceuticals. For most medications, once your doctor puts you on them, you may be on them for the rest of your life. Zeng & Zengs Varicose tea is different; You should only need to take it for about 4 weeks. Even after you stop, the veins should continue to shrink (that is because healing takes time and it takes time for the body to repair and renovate & repair itself). If you feel that you are seeing results after 2 weeks or so, but feel that it’ll take a second round to affect the best effect, you can make a second order of three bottles (order early so you get them in time). But typically, a single three week course of treatment is enough to reduce or eliminate unsightly and uncomfortable spider and varicose veins.
“My varicose veins are really bad. Will three bottles over 28 days be enough?” Everybody’s body behaves differently to whatever we put into it. What works like a miracle for one person may not do much for the next. Luckily, the vast majority of us will always fall somewhere in the middle. But common sense would tell us that if your veins are “off the chart” bad, you may consider continuing on for a second round. Still a small price to pay. What I do encourage is that you only initially order the three bottles as a “test run”. If you need more, we can send you more.
“All medicine has side effects. What about this product?” Most pharmaceuticals and even over the counter medications have many small or large side effects because they are so potent. Often they are so strong that a doctors measure dosages in micrograms. With Zeng & Zengs Varicose Tea, we are using whole herbs which have a naturally “buffering” effect. Since many of the ingredients are used by cardiology patients, you should expect to see an improvement in the health of your cardiovascular system. Because this product contains herbs that “invigorate the blood”, those people on blood thinners such as Coumadin or Warfarin, should not use Zeng & Zengs Varicose Tea. Besides that, there are no known counter-indications with western pharmaceuticals with this product. For the rest of us, there should be no noticeable negative side effects. Should you see some after beginning this product, discontinue use immediately until you can determine whether or not the strange new symptoms are caused by the tea or something else. Always consult your doctor or their nurse with any concerns you may have.
“Is there a guarantee that this will work?” Yes and no. This formula was originally created to perform as medicine. In the same way that your pharmaceuticals from your doctor have no guarantees to work, neither can this. But what I do guarantee is that the studies done by the doctors Zeng & Zeng are real, the patients of my own that have used this product are real and the testimonials are honest. And the research done on the individual ingredients are very well studied and proven to work in the majority of people. With that being said; if you believe that this product is not right for you, I of course, want to make it right, so contact us and I’ll refund your money promptly and with no ill feelings.
“Is it vegetarian” I’m afraid it’s not vegetarian. One of the herbal ingredients is from the animal kingdom.
“So what else is in it? What were those ingredients for according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) again?”
- Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Lactiflorea- Peony root) Which nourishes and invigorates the blood.
- Fu Ling (Poria Cocos- Wood EarTuckahoe Mushroom) Which helps venous congestion in the legs by tonifying the spleen.
- Ren Dong Teng (Caulis Lonicerae – Honeysuckle stems) According to TCM, clears “damp-heat” from the lower burner.
- Si Gua Luo (Luffa Cylindrica – String Melon) Is used for swollen & painful accumulations as well as for it’s ability to invigorate the blood flow in the extremities.
- Gan Cao (Radix Glycytthizae – Licorice root) Has a marked effect at relieving accumulation nodules like those found in varicose veins.
- Quan Xie (Buthus Martensis –Prepared Scorpion tails) Unblocks the collateral vessels and stops pain.
- Hong Hua (Flos Carthami- Safflower flower petals) Invigorates and unblocks stuck blood thereby dispelling blood stasis and alleviating pain.
“Is it safe?” Absolutely. Chinese herbs have undergone several thousand years of trial and error and rigorous modern safety studies. The ingredients in this formula are known to be safe when used as directed . Plus, our manufacturer insures safety and quality by subjecting its products to both “in house” and “third party” testing analysis for a whole range of harmful heavy metals, chemicals and microbial factors. Safety is our number one priority.
Demographical studies from China report that the odds of having an adverse reaction to properly prescribed and consumed Chinese herbs is about one in a million people taking it. Now compare those odds to our American western pharmaceutical medicines; where we all run a 1 in 4 chance of landing in the hospital at some point because of a bad reaction to our prescribed medications. Yes, that is correct, one in four Americans will end up in the hospital at some point in their lives because of a doctor prescribed medication they are taking. So yes, “Zeng & Zengs Vericose Tea” is very safe.
“But what about that “Buthus Martensis”! That’s Scorpian tails!?!” Yes, yes, it is. But believe it or not, it’s not as scary or as big of a deal as you would think. The Buthus Martensis used in this Chinese Medicinal formula were raised by “scorpion farmers” in special tanks and harvested to be used for this purpose alone. Scorpion has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its ability to stop spasms and tremors, convulsions, severe headaches, rheumatologic pain and even (ironically enough) as an antidote for poisoning. In this formula, it‘s added because of it’s ability to increase circulation in the peripheral cardiovascular system and disperse nodules. One might ask; “aren’t they poisonous”? And the answer would be yes... but only if you were the size of a mouse and stung by a live scorpion. The scorpions used in this formula are safe. Here’s why; When harvested, the scorpions are cooked in boiling water and then dried in the open sun. During this process, the tail’s venom is chemically changed...oxidized by the sun and air... weakened and broken down to its safer components. Similar to how raisins are cured in the sun and change chemically, or how fermented black tea contains more caffeine than non fermented green tea, or (taking the analogy to the limits) like how iron changes to rust over time when left out in the elements (you wouldn’t build a bridge out of rusted iron, would you?). This means that the compounds change their chemical nature when exposed to oxygen for an extended time. So the venom of dried scorpions used in this formula has chemically "mellowed" with age and processing and is not going to have the same effect as getting stung by a live scorpion. Not to mention that we are drinking it and not injecting it directly into the blood stream. Also, please take into consideration that this product contains an even further processed, decocted powered extract, prepared in a medical manufacturing factory. Zeng & Zeng Varicose Tea contains powered extract which is even safer than “raw dried scorpion”. The amount of scorpion in each serving is equivalent to a half gram of raw scorpion, whereas traditional formulas prescribed to patients routinely since before it was first chronicled in the Materia Medica of Kai Bao Era in 973A.D., was safely in the 3-5 gram range. It’s just a small amount, but it does need to be there.
“Is there any contraindications? Is there anyone who shouldn’t take this formula?” Just to be on the safe side, don’t take this product if you are pregnant or breast feeding, or those with a bleeding, peptic ulcer or those with hemorrhagic conditions or those currently taking prescription blood thinners.
Let me repeat that…
Don’t take this product if you are pregnant or breast feeding, or those with a bleeding, peptic ulcer or those with hemorrhagic conditions or those currently taking prescription blood thinners.
“Why trust this product? Who are you?” I’m glad you asked. I’m Jason Richard, a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist here in beautiful downtown Austin, Minnesota. I’ve been in practice treating the fine folks here for 20+ years… all without any advertizing or marketing other than “Word of Mouth” which is just where happy customers tell their friends and families about us. That says a lot about the trust and happiness patients have with the clinic and service provided.
I have a beautiful wife whom I love very much, four wonderful children, a new grandson, a dog named Egbert and three stray cats which we rescued named Rafters, Limpy and Short Bus.
If you have any questions, you can e-mail me at email@example.com or call the office at (507) 434-8700. And when you have a success story, I’d love to hear about it so I can share it with others.
Turtle Creek Apothecary 115 4th Ave. NE Austin, MN 55912
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