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This formula is for these undiagnosable parasites….please choose carefully whether capsules or powder and sizes. Thanks.

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Details of Amber Anti-Parasite Cleanse

Alternative Names

  • Zhu Sha An Shen Wan Jia Wei
  • chu sha an shen wan chia wei


  • calms Morgellons
  • psychogenic parasitosis
  • calms the spirit

Chinese medicine differs from conventional Western medicine in that the perceptions of the patient are paramount in diagnosis. For instance, if a patient feels hot, then we call that “fever”. A thermometer isn’t required to make that statement.

The same thing applies to those conditions such as parasites for which Western medicine is unable to diagnose. This formula is for these undiagnosable parasites.

Not only does this formula address the perception of parasites, but the anxiety and/or insomnia that may arise in the one who has those sensations of parasites.

The ancient Taoist law of yin and yang allows Chinese herbal formulas to approach a situation such as parasites from two directions. The first is to directly address the perception of parasites, and the second is to remove the environment that is conducive to the existence of parasites.

The goals of this formula are achieved in three treatment principles.

  1. CALM the parasites with the sour flavor and sticky substances to put them to sleep and get them to let go.
  2. PURGE the parasites with the cold and bitter flavors.
  3. PROTECT the internal organs while the purge is on.


~Herbs that CALM~

Wu Mei 烏梅 mume fruit Mume Fructus

  • This smoked plum is famous for its anti-parasitic functions. In fact, it has been used for this very purpose since at least the year 200.
  • One ancient doctor wrote that Wu Mei’s sour taste causes parasites to hide. Since then, we’ve come to refer to this action as calming the parasites. It makes them stop moving essentially. Some say that it also causes them to relax their grip on tissues so they can be completely purged.

Hu Po 琥珀 amber Succinum

  • This is petrified tree sap (amber). This is another calming herb, though it works a little differently than the sour Wu Mei plum mentioned above. Tree sap is very sticky, as you can see from the picture above, it can easily surround and engulf bugs and parasites. This heavy sticky quality of Hu Po calms and engulfs the parasites so they can be pulled away from tissue walls and surrounded by this sticky ooze which ultimately falls out of the body during the purging phase.

~Herbs that PURGE~

Huang Lian 黃蓮 coptis rhizome Rhizoma Coptidis

  • This is a very bitter (and orange colored) herb. The bitter flavor is said to make things descend. Once we’ve calmed the parasites and put them to sleep, we need to purge them (with the poop). This herb achieves that goal.
  • Huang Lian also “dries damp” and “clears heat”. Damp-heat is considered an especially unclean environment that is conducive to the growth of parasites, bacteria and other unclean entities. In the same way, there are more diseases found in hot-humid swamps than there are in cold-dry arctic regions. Huang Lian cools and dries the hot and humid internal environment such that it is less welcoming to parasites.
  • Because of Huang Lian’s potent cold and bitter nature, it can be hard on the digestion. If while taking this formula, the stools become soft or runny, that is okay as long as the poop has a strong odor and perhaps a burning sensation. However if the loose stools become clear and watery you should either lower the dosage of this formula or stop taking it entirely if it has achieved its therapeutic goal. The herbs that PROTECT described below are added to prevent Huang Lian’s bitter descending nature from causing problems.

Chuan Lian Zi 川楝子 toosendan fruit, Sichuan chinabery, Sichuan Pagoda tree Meliae Toosendan Fructus

  • This is an herb that has significant anti-parasitic uses. It is included here for obvious reasons. It too has a bitter flavor with a descending quality to purge parasites.

~Herbs that PROTECT~

Zhi Gan Cao 炙甘草 licorice root Radix Glycyrrhizae prep. [caution]

  • The bitter cold herbs with a descending action can be especially hard on the stomach and intestines. To protect the stomach, we add honey-friend licorice root. This herb protects the stomach and intestines and assists the anti-parasitic functions of this formula with three actions:
    1. It’s sweet flavor makes the other herbs in this formula less harsh acting. Like a sweet person can cause others to soften their tone, so it is that a sweet herb can soften the harsh medicinal properties in this formula.
    1. The descending bitter cold nature of Huang Lian and Chuan Lian Zi can damage the stomach and intestines. The sweet flavor naturally strengthens the “earth element” or stomach and digestive functions.
    1. Gan Cao is a potent herb used in many pandemic applications along side Western drugs in China.

Dang Gui 當歸 tangkuei, Chinese angelica root Radix Angelicae Sinensis [supports pregnancy]

  • While Zhi Gan Cao above targets the functions of the stomach and intestines, Dang Gui focuses its protective and nourishing activities on the Liver and blood. One reason for the inclusion of this particular herb in this formula is to address some of the deficiencies that can arise with long-term exposure to the damp-heat that is presumed to be the pre-existing environment that Huang Lian addresses which is so welcoming to parasitic infestations.

Sheng Di Huang 生地黃 Chinese foxglove root, rehmannia (fresh),Rehmannia root Radix Rehmanniae Glutinosae

  • Like Dang Gui above, this herb has a nourishing approach that fixes the problems caused by a parasite-friendly environment. In particular, this herb focuses on the Kidney and Heart to mop any problems encountered there while the Huang Lian is purging the damp-heat and calmed parasites.
Recommended for these body types:
Slightly Hearty
Slightly Hearty

Recommended for these thermal natures:

    Eagle Herbs is now supplying a 2 gram “little spoon”. (Please wash and dry before using.)
    An “average dose” is 10 grams per day of the granules. This means 5 “little spoons” or 20 capsules each day. Each capsule is 1/2 gram. 
    A Big Dosage for Short-lived but intense issues: 3 little spoons (12 capsules) twice a day.
    A Smaller Dosage for Lingering low-grade concerns: 2 little spoons (8 capsules) twice a day. 
    If you are very sensitive to medicines: start out low (1/2 little spoon or 2 capsules) once per day, and raise the dosage each day.
    We find that people find the right dosage for themselves. We don’t know your body weight, your sensitivity etc… So take what feels good for you and you get the results you are looking for. Many people get great results with taking less. 
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Additional information

Weight 120 g
Dimensions 0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2 in
granules or capsules sizes

100 grams granules: $34, 200 grams granules: $60, 100 capsules (50 grams): $35, 200 capsules (100 grams): $58, 5 bottles 200 grams granules: $275, 5 bottles 200 capsules: $260

Post Disclaimer

Eagleherbs formulas are sold directly to consumers and not for resale. Consumers are assumed to have researched for the best formula for themselves and checked with their health care providers as to interactions with existing medications and conditions.