Fu Zi Li Zhong Wan

Details of Aconite, Ginseng and Ginger Combination This is a variation of Li Zhong Wan but it is more warming. (You can read about in more detail in the link.) Anyone who is thinking of using this I would suggest you may want to start with Li Zhong Wan and see how you do and then bump…

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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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Jian Pi Ling

Details of Jian Pi Ling Jian Pi Ling supports a normal intestinal function. Alternative Names Jianpiling Availability status: in stock Order Jian Pi Ling bleeding in stool Ce Bai Ye and Huai Hua Mi + $9.00 100 grams (no capsules) @ $34.00 200 grams powder (no caps) @ $62.00 100 capsules (50 grams powder) @ $28.99 200…

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Scutellaria Decoction (Huang Qin Tang)

Scutellaria Decoction (Huang Qin Tang) Detoxifying since 220 AD. Huang Qin Tang (Scutellaria Decoction) is a simple modification of the #1 formula in Shang Han Lun style Chinese herbalism. The Shang Han Lun (Treatise on Cold Injury) is one of the key Chinese medicine “bibles” (or “classics” as the Chinese say). Huang Qin Tang is…

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Ginseng and Ginger Combination Li Zhong Wan

Details of Ginseng and Ginger Combination What’s it mean to “regulate the middle”? In Chinese medical theory, they break the abdomen and all its internal organs into thirds. The middle third is associated with the digestive organs and functions. So, regulating the middle means that this formula targets cold digestion with warm herbs that awaken…

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