Leveler

Leveler Zhi Zi Gardenia Momordicae Ku Gua Nu Zhen Zi Fructus Ligustri Lucidi Zhi Mu Anemerrhena   Huang Lian  Coptis  Shi Hu Dendrobii   Availability status: in stock Order Leveler nice mix of herbs 100 grams (no capsules) @ $30.00 200 grams (no capsules) @ $60.00 200 capsules (100 grams powder) @ $48.00 5 bottles…

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Body Differences

This is a very cool text from our (USA) government’s website about the cultural differences of the body (somatic) perception of emotions. (The illustrations are inserted by Eagleherbs.com) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4253951/ Front Psychol. 2014; 5: 1379. Published online 2014 Dec 3. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01379 PMCID: PMC4253951 Cross-cultural differences in somatic awareness and interoceptive accuracy: a review of the…

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Checkout problems

If you have trouble with the checkout that is giving you zip code errors etc.. try making the screen size larger (like command + on a Mac). That way the fields align better. This is an issue that has been driving me and a number of customers nuts. Its a simple visual glitch. So until…

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Qi Ju Di Huang Wan

Qi Ju Di Huang Wan is a good first choice for computer users. Staring at a computer for too long depletes the “liver blood” (the liver energy goes to the eyes) and makes them dry. Its like pre-menopause for your vision but instead of hot flashes you get tired, dry and fuzzy vision. This a less…

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Ming Mu Di Huang Wan

  This is a stronger formula for computer users because the name says it all: “Brighten the Eyes” pills. Its like pre-menopause for your vision but instead of hot flashes you get headaches and tired, dry and fuzzy vision. It is stronger than Ji Ju Di Huang Wan and Ming Mu may be more appropriate if…

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Single Herb Huang Bai – Cortex Phellodendri

Huang Bai 黃栢 amur cork tree bark, huang bo, phellodendron bark Cortex Phellodendri Supports healthy fluid metabolism in the lower portion of the body (“dries dampness”). Also “clears heat” which is to say regulates the inflammatory response often indicated by the presence of swollen, red joints. In Chinese medicine, this heat can also be expressed…

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Single Herbs Zhi Mu – Rhizoma Anemarrhenae

Zhi Mu 知母 anemarrhena rhizome Rhizoma Anemarrhenae Asphodeloidis This herb removes “deficiency heat” which is like saying that a car is overheating due to a lack of radiator fluids. When the body lacks fluids, it gets hot. Zhi Mu targets that particular kind of heat, especially when associated with intimate dryness or excessive thirst.

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Single Herb Huang Lian – Rhizoma Coptidis

Huang Lian 黃蓮 coptis rhizome Rhizoma Coptidis This is a very bitter (and orange colored) herb. The bitter flavor is said to make things descend. Huang Lian “dries damp” and “clears heat”. Damp-heat is considered an especially unclean environment that is conducive to the growth of parasites, bacteria and other unclean entities. In the same…

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Single Herb Hu Po – amber Succinum

Hu Po 琥珀 amber Succinum This is petrified tree sap (amber). This is a very calming herb and we also use it for parasites.  Tree sap is very sticky and can easily surround and engulf bugs and parasites. This heavy sticky quality of Hu Po calms and engulfs the parasites so they can be pulled away from tissue walls…

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Single Herb Wu Mei – Mume Fructus

Wu Mei 烏梅 mume fruit Mume Fructus This smoked plum is famous for its anti-parasitic functions. In fact, it has been used for this very purpose since at least the year 200. One ancient doctor wrote that Wu Mei’s sour taste causes parasites to hide. Since then, we’ve come to refer to this action as…

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