Wen Xin Ke Li modified

Wen Xin Ke Li Dang Shen -党参 – Codonopsis Huang Jing – 黄精- Rhizoma Polygonati San Qi – 三七 – Radix Notoginseng Hu Po – 琥珀 -Succinum (Amber) Dan Shen -丹参- Salviae (does NOT contain Nardostachys chinensis Batal) Availability status: in stock Order Wen Xin Ke Li modified with Dan Shen 100 capsules (50 grams) @ $32.00 200 capsules…

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Di Huang Yin Zi – DHYZ

According to a 2015 PubMed account under certain conditions those taking “the DHYZ group showed a more effective improvement on cognition, behavior as well global function.” Note that Eagleherbs is provided the below as information in terms of Chinese Medicine and makes no claims as to effectiveness or appropriateness with conditions as diagnosed by western medicine….

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He Shou Wu polygonum multiflorum

He Shou Wu (Polygoni Multiflori Radix) hé shǒu wū (何首乌, flowery knotweed) Also known as Fo-Ti root (or Fo-Ti-Tieng). Legend has it that this helped a  Mr. Wu’s grey hair turn to black. Black, of course, being the color of Chinese hair. Thus it is often taken by older persons. In addition to being found in many gentle tonification formulas…

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Jiang Dan Gu Chun Pian

Details of Jiang Dan Gu Chun Pian Shan Zha Frustus Crataegi He Shou Wu Radix Polygoni Multiflori Gou Qi Zi Fructus Lycii Chinensis Huang Jing Rhizoma Polygonati Ling Zhi Ganoderma Japonicum Ze Xie Rhizoma Alismatis Orientalis Jiang Huang Rhizoma Curcumae Longae Hong Hua Flos Carthami Tinctorii Dang Gui Radix Angelicae Sinensis Chuan Xiong Rhizoma Ligustici…

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Cordyceps Dong Chong Xia Cao

Dong Chong Xia Cao, powder, unsulfured Cordyceps mycelium (biomass) powder   This is a very powerful herb. It is considered a tonic for the lung and kidney systems in Chinese medicine. It is gentle and may take a while to kick in (unlike Ren Shen which is quicker but shorter acting). The traditional form of…

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Sheng Xue Ling

Details of Sheng Xue Ling About this formula Also known as: HJT148-5. This is a simple and well balanced formula. In Chinese terms, Huang Qi (Astragalus) boosts the Qi (and therefore the blood), E Jiao (Colla Coriiasini) enriches the blood, Shan Zha (Fructus Crataegi) helps the digestion and Da Zao (Fructus Jujube) tonifies the Stomach…

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Qing Gan Huo Xue Fang (QGHXF) modified

Medicine in China is not static and many times new “formulas” (groups of herbs – “fang”) are created in research and treatment in hospitals to address certain conditions. Qing Gan Huo Xue Fang seems to be one of those that was brought to my attention recently. We make no claims about its use although the…

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Tai Mai Wan

Tai Mai Wan strongly supports energy levels that have been compromised by chronic illness and especially those that involve heat. As the qi and yin have been damaged there may be thirst and fatigue and a general body weakness. Like Sheng Mai San, the major indication for this formula is a chronic cough that has…

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Ginseng and Astragalus Combination (bu zhong yi qi tang)

Details of Ginseng and Astragalus Combination Alternative Names bu zhong yi qi tang Middle-Reinforcing and Qi-Benefiting Decoction Center-Supplementing Qi-Boosting Decoction pu chung i chi tang hotyu ekki to hochuekkito TJ41; TJ-41; TJ 41 hochu-ekki-to Hochū-ekki-tō 補中益気湯 ほちゅうえっきとう bǔ zhōng yì qì wán 补中益气丸 Benefits supports lower abdominal muscles regulates digestive functions in the stomach, abdomen,…

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