Wan Ton will help you relax so that you are open to stimulation. It can untangle the knots that keep things from flowing in a pleasurable way.
It's a tangled web we weave. As with any web, the silk, gossamer or thread is often of our own making. We're both the prey and the trap at the same time. Wan Ton is an original combination of twenty-one Chinese herbs that will help you relax so that you are freed up to allow things to flow in a pleasurable way.
Women don't have a monopoly on care-taking but often find themselves supporting others while ignoring their most basic needs. Menopausal and post-menopausal women face new challenges in their sex lives that make it difficult to express passion when they are caught in (another) new web of altered roles, changing chemistry and the stresses of life.
Of course, it's not only menopausal women who struggle with issues of passion. As one male user of the formula said, "Wan Ton has helped me reach new heights in pursuing my hobbies, as well as providing the additional stimulation my girlfriend and I were seeking." Both sexes can benefit from lightening up around sexual activity. Normal stresses can interrupt the dance of romance, no matter our age.
How do you go about untangling this mass of knots? If you pull on a string that is part of a knotted ball, it may loosen somewhat while concurrently tightening in another place. One way the Chinese doctor talks about this is as "coursing the Liver chi." The goal is to allow a free and smooth flow of energy.
Sex is a bit more complicated than just straight stimulation. Wan Ton is involved in unraveling the perceived stresses that surround pleasurable sexual activity. The formula is based on the idea that if we relax about the day-to-day stress, we will relax into our passion. Wan Ton disentangles what the Chinese call the knotted aspects of our lives. The formula deals with the relaxation that must come before passion. It is the Yin before the fullest expression of the Yang or the blank sheet of paper before a painting takes form.
Western medicine has tried to address this consistent with its philosophy. Replacement is their key to unlocking sexuality in older women and increasing blood flow and encouraging smooth muscle relaxation is used to stimulate older men. Pink pill? Blue pill? As long-time users of the OHCO formulas know, there is another way.
The Chinese medical approach allows us to reach way down into our Root, to find the deepest levels of ease and access to our reservoir of relaxation. Tightness and attachment to issues are then released by the Liver. Once this is done, passion and love will follow. The Wan Ton formula does this naturally by settling our energy and causing us to embrace peace which in turn serves us to be more productive and energetic.
Herbs Included in Wan Ton:
- dong quai (root)
- sichuan lovage (root)
- poria (fruiting body)
- licorice (root)
- uncaria rhynchophylla (stem, branch & hook)
- atractylodes (root)
- Chinese thoroughwax (root)
- Chinese yam (rhizome)
- rehmannia (unprocessed root)
- jujube (fruit)
- cyathula (root)
- eucommia (stem back)
- polygala (root)
- lycium (fruit)
- morinda (root)
- fennel (fruit)
- broomrape (stem)
- asiatic dogwood (fruit without seed)
- broussonetia (fruit)
- grass-leaf sweetflag (rhizome)
- schisandra (fruit)
OHCO's herbal products and the proprietary technology involved were researched and developed by acupuncturist Donn Hayes. His experience and training in classical Chinese herbology provided the foundation for Cold Snap, Stomach Chi, OHCO-Motion, OHCO-Flow, Eye-Ching and Chi'll Out. His initial study of Oriental Medicine began with an apprenticeship in the Oriental communities of Seattle and Vancouver and continues thirty years later through his private practice and research. He holds a Diplomate of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs through the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists.
Donn is a truly gifted practitioner who reached beyond the traditional and made a revolutionary contribution to health care reform. He will continue to be active in the development of several new formulas already in the works. He is eager to get his important message before the public about restoring and nourishing the chi. Donn is an experienced speaker and is available to talk to your group on Eastern philosophy, acupuncture, and herbs. He is an avid Macintosh user and spearheads the computer operations at OHCO.
Hannah Hayes earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Hofstra University and attained a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Antioch University. After ten years of teaching, she moved on to run her own vegetarian restaurant and to manage an extremely popular local health food store. In the mid-eighties, Hannah started working with Donn's clients to educate them about the principles of Oriental Medicine. During this time, Hannah observed that many patients began requesting that their custom formulas be made available to friends and families.
After studying the safety and efficacy of the formulas in the clinical setting, Hannah created OHCO to bring these wonderful products into the retail marketplace. Her vision and management style has made OHCO into a successful and well-respected company. In addition to being the CEO and President of OHCO, Hannah writes a syndicated bi-weekly opinion column and hopes to soon publish a layperson's guide to Oriental Medicine.