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Jiaogulan (aka Gynostemma) Special

Discover the ancient Chinese longevity herb so powerful,
Chinese Emperors kept it secret for over 2000 years.

Do your bones creak? Do you wake up tired? Do you find yourself struggling to keep up, both mentally and physically? Do you look in the mirror and think, “When did that happen?”

You’re doing all “the right” things to stay fit and active. You watch your diet. You exercise and your medicine cabinet is overflowing with pills and supplements. But you still feel like the little Dutch boy with his finger in the dam. Struggle as you might, the flood keeps coming.

Yes, maybe you had a few too many fries and sat through a few too many episodes of mediocre TV, but what’s life without an occasional indulgence? Aging is not your fault.

The problem is pure physics.

It is a process called oxidation. It is happening all around us, 24X7, to everything and everyone. It is why bridges rust, fires burn and … why people age.1

I can’t tell you how to stop aging, no one can. But scientist are confirming that a little known Chinese longevity herb called Jiaogulan (pronounced: jow-goo-lawn) does slow the process2 and it’s made two small regions in China home to some of the highest concentrations of centenarians on earth.3

Research shows that just three cups a day of this delicious and inexpensive tea can have you feeling younger in as little as 10 days and, with continued use, increase your healthspan (the age to which a person remains free of any debilitating illness) to well beyond age 100.4

Your golden years could be some of the most productive years of your life.

Imagine learning new skills, seeing the world or hiking with your grandkids at an age when your peers are stuck sitting at home watching the clock tick down.

Introducing Jiaogulan

Jiaogulan first came to the attention of modern scientists in the 1970’s when China conducted its first nationwide census. Demographers were shocked to discover two small Southern regions with unusually high concentrations of centenarians (people over age 100).5

The Chinese government assembled a team of scientists under the leadership of Dr. Jialiu Liu. After over ten years of study the scientists found only one factor in common amongst the centenarians they studied, the daily consumption of jiaogulan tea. Not surprisingly, the locals call it, xiancao (the immortality herb).

Dr. Liu was so impressed he dedicated the rest of his professional career to researching this little known herb. Scientist from the USA, Japan and Germany also launched research projects. Now, over 40 years later, the evidence is overwhelming, Jiaogulan is one of the most powerful longevity boosting substances ever discovered.

In the last 10 years alone there have been over 5,660 scientific publications supporting the longevity and health benefits of Jiaogulan (scientific name: Gynostemma pentaphyllum).

The Health Benefits of Jiaogulan

By adding just 3 cups per day of our jiaogulan tea to your daily routine you will:

1 Look and feel younger – Jiaogulan increases your body’s production of it’s own internally produced anti-oxidant called super-oxide dismutase (SOD).6 Antioxidants are the key to slowing the aging process. Only anti-oxidant stop the destructive chain reaction of oxidation triggered when free-radicals. Because SOD is produced internally, it is far more powerful than consuming anti-oxidants in your food.

2 Have more energy and think more clearly – Jiaogulan also increases your body’s production of nitric oxide.7 Nitric oxide is a natural vasodilator that improves blood flow to all organs, including the brain.

3 Maintain a healthy weight and better mood – Human metabolism is controlled by a complex dance of hormones and enzymes. As we age these gradually drift our of balance or illness can cause a sudden shift. Adaptogens are herbs that help your body reestablish homeostasis (a natural state of balance.) Jiaogulan is the world’s most powerful adaptogen with 7X the adaptogenic power of ginseng.8

Jiaogulan also increases your body’s production of a key metabolic control enzyme called AMPK.9 AMPK levels drop as we age. Balanced hormones and healthy AMPK levels, help maintain healthy weight and improve how we feel.

Hear What Our Customers Have to Say

I founded Immortalitea over 11 years ago solely to bring this life-saving herb to greater attention. Since then, we’ve become North America’s leading seller of jiaogulan. We’ve helped over 10,700 people live longer healthier lives by consuming jiaogulan.

Read what some of them have to say:

“ This plant has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is known locally as the “herb of immortality” and “Southern Ginseng.” . It has been “discovered” by the West only fairly recently. I have been reading up on this tea and I like what I am seeing..It also helps the body resist the effects of stress. I have notice after drinking it every day that I do feel better where as I am not so exhausted and the anti-oxidants are keeping me healthy during this flu season & all year long. There are many more great reasons to drink this tea.”
Rebecca S.

“ I can't believe how good this tastes, especially after researching the health benefits! Typically, the better something is for you (especially herbs), the worse it tastes. This is the exact opposite. It's truly delicious, and I'm a tea snob. I made one mug hot, reused the tea leaves for another mug (just as wonderful), and then set it in the fridge overnight. Still delicious! After my first few cups, I already feel more centered and calm after a hectic morning. I can't wait to see the long term benefits of this tea, this is one I will order again and again.”
Meredith H.

“ I have also found that it makes me more alert when I need to be alert but doesn't prevent me sleeping when I have it close to bed (probably because I'm more relaxed). This is very strange, but I've tested it out many times. Once, I felt too tired to work out with my husband, but after I had a cup of tea and sat around for a bit, I felt better, and our workout went well. Then, we were both anxious before bed (a different day, I think), and this helped us feel calmer. I really like the taste of the tea. There is a subtle sweetness to it.”
James P.

Now, it’s Your Turn!

I believe jiaogulan should be a household word. Imagine what would happen if millions of Americans made the switch from coffee to this amazing longevity herb. It starts one person at a time.

This week only I’m making a special offer on our Premium Jiaogulan.

Try it risk free: We have a no-questions-asked money back guarantee for a full 60 days. If you are not completely satisfied, just let us know within 60 days and we’ll return 100% of your purchase. I’m that confident you will feel the difference in far less than 60 days.

PS: Jiaogulan was known in ancient China as the "Immortality Herb." Demographic research in China bears that out. There have been 5,660 scientific studies in the last 10 years alone demonstrating the benefits of jiaogulan for your overall health and longevity. You could be feeling the difference in as little as 10 days.

You’ll receive:
● 2 - 1 lb. bags of our Premium Jiaogulan tea,
● 3 - 1 oz bags of premium jiaogulan tea to share with friends and family, and
● 4 - bottles of jiaogulan leaf capsules for when you are on the go. That's a $266.55 value for just $186. As always, there is no risk, you’re covered by 100% back 60-day guarantee.


1What does jiaogulan tea taste like? – Our jiaogulan is the sweet variety. In fact, it has been researched as a potential sugar-substitute. That said it is not overly sweet. The taste is bitter sweet with a subtle spiciness.

2How often should I drink jiaogulan tea? We recommend at least three cups a day. In China, in the regions where jiaogulan is produced, it’s common to just brew a big pot and drink through out the day, kind of like some Americans brew a big pot of coffee and drink all day, (but a LOT healthier for you.)

3Are their any side effects of jiaogulan? – Jiaogulan has few known side effects. In some rare cases people experience mild nausea. Some people also experience typical detoxification reactions.

Jiaogulan is a natural vasodilator so people on blood thinners should use caution, as there is a chance of increased bleeding in the case of injury. People on high blood pressure medications should monitor their blood pressure carefully as there is a possibility of blood pressure dropping too low Blood pressure medication dosages may need to be adjusted by your doctor.

Jiaogulan is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing due to a lack of studies with women in these conditions.

4Does jiaogulan tea have caffeine? – Jiaogulan is 100% naturally caffeine free.

5Is your jiaogulan organic? – We grow our jiaogulan completely chemical-free using only natural fertilizers and pest control methods on small family farms. However, we are not certified organic yet. We do test our jiaogulan regularly for chemical residues, heavy metals and common contaminants. Our Chinese jiaogulan has met strict EU import guidelines and every shipment is inspected by the USA FDA.

1. Sohal, R., Role of oxidative stress and protein oxidation in the aging process, Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 33:1, July 2002

2. Wang Z., Luo D., Antioxidant activities of different fractions of polysaccharide purified from Gynostemma pentaphyllum Makino, Carbohydrate Polymers 68:1, March 2007

3. Liu, J., Blumert M., Jiaogulan: China’s Immortality Herb. 1999

4. The National Academies Keck Futures Initiative: The Future of Human Healthspan. 2008

5. Liu, J., Blumert M., Jiaogulan: China’s Immortality Herb. 1999

6. Lou Zhenling; Ma Liping; Zhang Xiaoqin, et al, Study on Biological Effects of Gynostemma Pentaphyllum Makino Polysaccharide (GPS) Henan Journal of Oncology, March 1996

7. Miles A. Tanner, Xin Bu, J.Alan Steimle, Paul R. Myers, The Direct Release of Nitric Oxide by Gypenosides Derived from the Herb Gynostemma pentaphyllum. Nitric Oxide 3:5, October 1999

8. Valentina Razmovski-Naumovski. Et al. Chemistry and pharmacology of Gynostemma pentaphyllum. Phytochemistry Reviews V4 2005

9. Phi Hung Nguyena, Rehman Gauha, et al. New dammarane-type glucosides as potential activators of AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) from Gynostemma pentaphyllum. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 19:21 Nov. 2011

The information provided on our site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice nor to replace medical advice from your physician.
* Our products have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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