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Prost-Mate® (Caplets), 120 ct

Price: $29.95


Prost-Mate® is a super formula to support a healthy prostate function with selected ingredients for that specific purpose. Saw Palmetto, Lycopene and Pumpkin Seed are well known for their health benefit to maintain healthy prostate*. Green Tea is a potent anti-oxidant*, and an extract of Maitake D-fraction® (PD-Fraction) maintains healthy immune system*.

Serving Size: 2 caplets
Servings per Container: 60
Amount per Serving:
Saw Palmetto Berry Extract 320 mg*, Maitake Mushroom (Grifola frondosa) Extract (PD-Fraction™, standardized to contain 30% active proteoglucan) 20 mg*, Lycopene 10 mg*, Green Tea Leaf Extract 20 mg*, Pumpkin Seed Dried Powder 60 mg*
Other Ingredients:
Sucrose, Stearic Acid, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Stearate

As a dietary supplement, take 2 caplets twice a day or as directed by your practitioner.




Lotus 1939

Qi Baishi Chinese 1864-1957

Qi Baishi helped to transform traditional Chinese painting into a contemporary idiom by combining features borrowed from both folk art and the elite tradition of scholar-amateur, or literati, painting. He was born into a humble farming family and worked as a carpenter before becoming a painter. Qi was first recognized for his portraits, but ultimately became famous for landscapes and especially for close-up studies of flowers, insects, shrimp, and small animals.

By the time Qi reached his thirties, he was able to lease a house in Hunan Province with land to cultivate a lotus pond. Despite the rather bold, cursory style of this painting, its sensitive and realistic details reveal Qi's firsthand observation of lotus plants, one of his favorite subjects. Dark, mature seed pods and leaves that are beginning to fade and turn brown foretell the imminent arrival of autumn, but in cheerful contrast to this somber palette, a late summer blossom bends toward the water.

Qi Baishi dedicated this scroll to an unknown Mr. Jianfei. It is dated to 1939, two years after the beginning of the Japanese occupation of China. Since Qi's works were equally popular in Japan and China, he was able to continue earning his living by painting during the war. Qi had a long and prolific career, influencing generations of students, including Chang Dai-chien (1894–1983).






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