Jule of The Orient (Herbal Tonic)

This tonic is guaranteed to improve your health and has several natural ingridents with high concentrates of antioxidants.

We all would like to live a happy and healthy life and the majority of us is health conscious, constantly we watch what we put in our bodies. Many civilizations have developed a system of healing based on the use of native plants.  It’s been proven that by using certain herbs on a daily basis you can heighten your body’s natural resistance, so that you can head off any illness before it starts.  Civilization has been mixing up tonic and elixirs since the 1800’s professing that it will cure whatever ails you and with the belief that they could be disease free many would flock to the nearest place of distribution to buy a bottle or two of these wonder drugs. 


Dr. Jialiu Liu has scientifically developed a tonic that is guaranteed to promote longevity.  This herbal tonic combines ancient wisdom and modern science is made with a combination of 21 natural fruits, roots and berries, which will:


 Boost your immune system

 Help support brain cell health

 Safely increase your metabolic rate

 Reduce stress

 Heighten your mood and brighten the spirit

 Improve your digestive function

 Increase your energy levels

 Lower your cholesterol levels


Jule of the Orient is an herbal tonic which consists of the juice from the Jiogular plant as the primary ingredient, which is reputed to have powerful antioxidant and adaptogen effects that increase longevity.


The Jiogular plant can be found in China, Korea and Japan.


When I read the article about this amazing tonic I was impressed by the fact that at least 6 fruits and plants was used to help create this tonic that I was unfamiliar with that are high in antioxidants.


Acai Fruit:  Has a very high antioxidant capacity and possesses a wide nutrient spectrum.


Japanese Sophora Bud:  The world’s richest source of the flavonoid quercetin, a powerful antioxidant.


Luo Han Guo Fruit:  Contains unique antioxidants that support health immunity.


Logan Fruit:  Contains several compounds, including ellagic acid, that bestow antioxidant and cell-protective effects.


Aronia Berry:  One of the highest reported antioxidant scores of ORAC scale.


Bilberry:  Contains powerful antioxidants to protect eyes, brain and other organs.


I am going to make sure I get a bottle of this tonic for me and my husband; I really don’t have anything to lose, especially since they offer a money back guarantee and everything in this tonic is all natural.  My friend that asks me to read the article swears by the tonic he says that he feels like a completely new person.

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  1. Intersting little read Jule? Huh?

  2. My question is, ‘what does it taste like?’ It looks like a drink, am I right? Great article writing.

  3. Nice post cheers

  4. good information, sounds good…
    Can this tonic be purchased easily?

  5. This is informative and helpful. Thank you for sharing. Well presented with great pics. f

  6. Where can I get a bottle? :)

  7. This is the first time that I’ve heard of this. Thank you very much.

  8. Thanks for sharing this info, I didn’t heard of this before.

  9. This is very informative!

  10. This is a very informative post, like I argued sometimes back, alternative medicine is the way to go.

  11. Sounds promising.

  12. DP…very interesting read…I just wonder why it is that all these great health tonics, herbs and berries all seem to come from the Orient? Limu Juice, Goji Berry plus the ones you have mentioned and who knows how many others we haven’t heard about yet…Thanks for researching and sharing this valuable information…now if we can only get our hands on some of this stuff without needing to take out a second mortgage on the house!!!

  13. Seems a great tonic. Nice info shared here.

  14. I’ve got to check into this–Thnx

  15. Thanks for the knowledge on something a lot of us never knew.

  16. Interesting post.

  17. hey this is a great post! I am interested in this product. I have never heard of most of the fruits apart from acia berry and bilberry. Let us know how you and your hubby get on with it, then I just may order some.

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