Welcome to Eagle Herbs

Customized Chinese Herbs and Formulas sold directly to consumers.

Since 2012 Eagleherbs was created and run by professional and licensed herbalists. We specialize in making custom Chinese Herbal formulas that cannot found elsewhere online. (And we also make the standard formulas pretty good too.)  Our herbs are medicinal grade granules,  the same as used in hospitals in Japan, Taiwan, mainland China, Europe and throughout the world.  These are not weaker pressed herb “tablets” which you might find on the shelves in a supermarket.

 PICTURE OF A WOMAN WITH A LINK to another page of all our formulasClick on the picture and search.

PICTURE OF SEAGULL WITH A Link to all sorts of Eagle Herbs Information

LINK to Lots of Eagle Herbs Information.

We use the small plastic spoon on the left to measure the granules. One spoonful is 2 grams and one spoonful is the same as 4 of our “0” sized capsules.  People generally start with 2 spoons twice a day. 

INFORMATION ABOUT DOSAGESPICTURE OF SPOONS. WITH A Link to a new page describing dosages of our herbs



Read more about cough on our page devoted to cough.

If you can’t find a formula send me an email: Service at Eagleherbs.com

***We make each formula for you individually from the individual herbs. This allows us to offer a wide range of formulas as well as customize your formula. For this reason (and general safety and legal issues) we cannot offer refunds on formulas. (You wouldn’t want herbs that had been returned to us, would you?)***
If you have problems send me an email: service@eagleherbs.com or give me a call or text.

Eagleherbs and American Dragon



alt=""Link to an oldie but goodie tongue analysis page. 

Contact us at Service at eagleherbs.com or 310-403-7018 (this is my private phone so leave a message if I don’t answer). Email is best.  Email me at – service at eagleherbs.com

Eagleherbs.com is the creation of Al Loren Stone. Before he passed on he passed it on to Douglas Eisenstark.Al Stone

alt=""Link to a  list of Kampo Herbs and their Chinese names. 

An interesting You Tube video from Charles Buck, a British acupuncturist about CM and science.


(The search is a bit slow but is the most accurate one I’ve found so far. It may display the “English” name of the formula first.)