Damp Heat Skin

For those skin conditions that have macules that are moist or oozing yet may have red scales and itching. The condition gets worse in damp and hot weather or after eating (maybe weeks later) of hot, spicy foods.    Sheng Di Cang Zhu Huang Bai Zi Hua Di Ding Ze Lan Yi Yi Ren Zhu Ling Pu Gong…

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DrySkinCare

For those skin conditions that are dry yet have may pale red macules, scaling, itching etc. Gets worse in dry or hot weather or in the winter months.  Zi Hua Di Ding Radice Violae Pu Gong Ying Herba Taraxaci Shu Di Radix Rehmanniae Prepared Sheng Di Radix Rehmanniae “fresh” Xuan Shen Scropulariae He Shou Wu Polygoni…

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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.)   Availability status: in stock Order Digestive Support #3 100 grams powder @…

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Liang Xue Qing Fei Yin modified

This formula helps redness of the skin by removing heat from the blood. It is based on Liang Xue Qing Fei Yin. As well many of the herbs in the formula help remove heat from the lungs. The lungs are the most connected to the skin as one of the outermost layers of the body. We add Ju Hua…

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Qing Ying Tang

Qing Ying Tang This formula drains heat from the system while supporting the fluids. It may cause loose stools or diarrhea as heat is released. It has several herbs that have special affiliation with the skin therefore it can be used for sores and lesions that have opened. Sheng Di Huang 生地黃 Chinese foxglove root, rehmannia…

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Shan Zha Fructus Crataegi

Shan Zha – Crataegi Fructus) shān zhā (山楂 crataegus, Crataegi Fructus) This is a single herb that is known as a digestive aid. It is often used in formulas such as Bao He Wan. Thus it is often helpful for problems due to the improper dietary practices or other issues of digestion. Availability status: in stock…

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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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Female Days

Details of Female Days This is an Eagleherbs custom formula based on Si Wu Tang with a special emphasis on regulated and maintaining the menses. We have added two herbs to the Si Wu Tang formula: Yi Mu Cao (- chinese motherwort – herba leonuri heterophyli) and Huang Qi (Astragalus). Availability status: in stock Order Female…

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Zhi Shi Ping Wei San

This is a very good formula for overeating or those who have trouble digesting food, feel bloated after eating and/or have trouble losing weight even when they exercise. Shan Zha Fructus Crataegi Gu Ya Fructus Setariae Germinatus Mai Ya Fructus Hordei Germinatus Cang Zhu Rhizoma Atractylodis Zhi Shi Fructus Aurantii Sheng Jiang Rhizoma Zingiberis Yi…

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Roaming

For help with movement issues and pain. Dang Gui -当归 Radix Angelicae Sinensis Yan Hu Suo-  延胡索 Rhizoma Corydalis, Chi Shao -赤芍 Paeoniae Rubra, Chuan Xiong -川芎 Rhizoma Ligustici Du Huo -独活 Radix Angelicae Pubescentis,  Mo Yao -没药 Commiphorae Myrrhae  Ru Xiang -乳香 Boswellia Resin Chuan Niu Xi – 川牛膝 Radix Cyathulae  Hong Hua -红花 Flos…

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