Digestive support #3

This has a number of herbs that “cool the stomach” and intestines as well as firm up the stool.   Ge Gen (Rx. Puerariae Lobatae) Huang Lian (Rz. Coptidis) Huang Qin (Rx. Scutellariae) Mu Xiang (Rx. Aucklandiae) Zhi Gan Cao (Glycyrrhizae Prep.) DOSAGE: Eagle Herbs is now supplying a 2 gram “little spoon”. (Please wash…

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Sleeplessness

Not getting to sleep is a real drag. We offer herbs that can help with occasional sleeplessness. If you have chronic sleeplessness or “insomnia” then you should check out lifestyle issues like 1) stress 2) eating habits (especially caffeine obviously 3) medications and 4) supplements (that may be boosting you up a little too much)….

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No Sleep or Sleep Too Much

  You can buy the CD’s here….http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/DouglasEisenstark   Somnolence or Hyper-somnolence is the flip-side of insomnia. It is the feeling of always wanting and being able to sleep. It is a bit tricky to talk about because many people often feel tired for a number of reasons and more often than not it is because we simply don’t get enough…

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Holiday Herbal Formulas

#1 on our list for Holiday Herbal Formulas is Bao He Wan. Bao He Wan is a traditional and effective formula for overeating. I often give it to people who find themselves bloated after a big meal. “This formula is called a “digestive” formula in Chinese medicine. This says that it helps the body digest. This means…

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Re-order Custom

If you had a custom formula made up for you, you can re-order here. (If you ordered a standard formula from our list then please return back to that page and order there.)   this is the same information as on the bottom of this page   http://eagleherbs.com/customized-herb-formulas/  Thanks, Doug Availability status: in stock Order Reordering Custom…

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Liver Information

The following is from a book I co-wrote: Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine for PMPH (People’s Medical Publishing House) in China. This is just one paragraph of many pages describing the Liver system as seen in Chinese Medicine. The liver is yin in form, but yang in function. The structure of the liver enables it to…

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Bu Gan Tang

Bu Gan Tang- “Benefit the Liver Formula” This formula is a variation of Si Wu Tang and emphasizes that part of the liver function which moistens the muscles and tendons. This might include various twitches and restless leg symptoms. The tongue in this case might be more pale than most and possibly won’t have any…

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San Ren Tang

San Ren Tang “Three Nut Decoction”  三仁湯 Sān Rén Tāng is a formula with wide ranging functions that is generally put under the category of “Formulas that Expel Dampness”. Xing Ren Sm. Armeniacae Bai Dou Kou Fr. Amomi Hou Po Cx. Magnoliae Officinalis Ban Xia Rz. Pinelliae Preparatum Yi Yi Ren Sm. Coicis Tong Cao…

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Sheng Mai San

Sheng Mai San is not for your run-of-the-mill tiredness. With only a few herbs it strongly supports energy levels that have been severely tapped. In TCM theory, this means the qi and yin have been compromised giving signs of thirst and fatigue that may go into a body weakness. A major indication for this formula…

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