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ChinaHerbs Acne Formula
Acne Formula uses nourishing Kidney and Yin herbs to balance Yin and Yang while clearing Deficiency Fire and a combination of clearing Damp–Heat herbs to clear facial or spine papules. Chinese medicine believes that the body is developing during adolescence. The physique is full of Yang and the Lungs and Stomach are prone to Heat and Dampness due to stress or improper diet. Damp and Heat tangled together and forms pimples and cyst nodules...
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ChinaHerbs Purge Heat
Purge Heat, from the Song Dynasty “Tai Ping Formulas of welfare dispensary”, is an important formulation for clearing away Liver Fire and Damp-Heat from Liver and Gallbladder. Liver and Gallbladder Damp–Heat refers to the syndrome mostly caused by Dampness and Heat Evil; overfeeding fat, or Spleen and Stomach dysfunction leading to Dampness collection. According to the Five Elements Theory, the Spleen belongs to the Earth, the Liver belongs to the Wood and...
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ChinaHerbs Replenish Essence
Chinese medicine verifies the prosperity and decay of Qi and Blood based on the glory and dryness of hair, which is a pioneering thought of the ancients in the history of medicine. Chinese medicine believes that hair is related to Kidney, Liver, Spleen and Stomach. Hair is especially close...
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ChinaHerbs Dry Eczema Formula
Dry Eczema Formula came out of the “Medical Books Compilation by Category” edited by Weng Zao in the Qing Dynasty in 1830. The formula tonifies and cools Blood, moistens Dryness, expels Wind and relieves itching. It is used for various (chronic) skin conditions...
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ChinaHerbs Way To Right
Way to Right was created by Zhang Jingyue, a Chinese medicine doctor in the Ming Dynasty. The formula follows the philosophy: “Those who nourish the Yang will seek the nourishing Yang from the replenishing Yin, and the Yang can only be...
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ChinaHerbs Diabetic Herbs
Chinese medicine believes that the occurrence of diabetes is due to improper diet and emotional depression, which leads to Lung and Kidney Yin Deficiency, Spleen and Stomach Heat. The role of Diabetic Herbs is not to directly lower blood sugar like western medication, but to nourish the Yin of the...
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ChinaHerbs Relaxed Wanderer
Relaxed Wanderer is made by adding Cortex Moutan and Fructus Gardeniae to the basis of the Merry Life Formula, which nourishes Liver Blood and smooth Qi, Cortex Moutan and Fructus Gardeniae clear the Liver Fire. Therefore, Relaxed Wanderer has the effect of nourishing Liver Blood, smoothing Liver Qi and clearing Liver Fire. The occurrence of Liver Fire is mostly generated by long time Liver Qi Stagnation, so Relaxed Wanderer is widely...
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ChinaHerbs Con Rong Pian
Cong Rong Pian is a laxative formula. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that Qi deficiency leads to intestinal conduction weakness, while Yang Deficiency leads to intestinal loss of warmth and weak bowels movement, prolonging bowel movements and forming constipation. Cong Rong Pian nourishes Liver and Kidney Yang, Essence and Blood, regulates Qi, moistens...
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ChinaHerbs Nourish Blood
Nourish Blood was first published in Yan Yonghe’s “Formulas for Benefiting Health” in the Song Dynasty and was completed in 1253 AD. Mainly treat anaemia, anxiety and palpitation, dizziness and vertigo, forgetfulness, depression, immune deficiency and insomnia which are caused by Heart and Spleen, Qi and Blood Deficiency Syndrome....
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ChinaHerbs Clear Toxic Heat
Clear Toxic Heat is originated from “Golden Mirror of Medicine” edited by Wu Qian in the Qing Dynasty. Because this formulation is composed of five herbs, which has the effect of eliminating carbuncle and detoxification, it is named “Wu Wei Xiao Du Yin“....
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ChinaHerbs Consolidate Qi
Consolidate Qi was released from “Tai Ping Formulas of welfare dispensary” issued by the state in the Song Dynasty of China, which was made by adding strengthening Spleen and removing Dampness herbs to the Four Gentlemen Formula. It is an important formulation for the treatment of chronic...
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ChinaHerbs Calm Shein
Calm Shen is an adjusted formula from the ancient recipes “Suan Zao Ren Tang”. It is suitable for stress-related insomnia, anxiety, palpitation and irritability. Chinese medicine believes that insomnia is a problem in the Heart. The Shen (spirit) does not stay at home (Heart)...
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ChinaHerbs Merry Life Formula
Merry Life Formula comes from “Tai Ping Formulas of welfare dispensary” published by emperor’s pharmacy of the Song Dynasty in 1106 AD. Because it is a common prescription for the treatment of mental disorders including depression and moodiness, it was named...
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ChinaHerbs Wen Dan Tang
Wen Dan Tang comes from Chen Yan’s “Diseases of three causes and formula”, published in 1174 AD in the Song Dynasty. It has the effect of regulating Qi, resolving Phlegm, harmonizing Stomach and Gallbladder. It is indicated for the treatment of various...
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ChinaHerbs Expel Stasis
Expel Stasis is originated from the “Correction on Errors in Medical Classics” by Wang Qingren from Qing Dynasty in 1830 AD. It has the effect of promoting Blood circulation and removing Blood Stasis, moving Qi and relieving pain. Wang Qingren’s formulation was originally intended...
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ChinaHerbs Tonic Yang
Tonic Yang originated from the “Essentials of the Golden Chamber” written in the late Eastern Han Dynasty in China. It has more than 1,800 years of clinical use in history. It is the basic prescription for replenishing Kidney Qi and Kidney Yang. The...
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ChinaHerbs Relieve Nasal Passage
Relieve Nasal Passage is the basic treatment for chronic sinusitis and is a combination of Tonic Defensive Qi, which supplements Wei Qi, and Xanthium Tea, which clears the sinus Wind-Heat. Chinese medicine believes that sinusitis is congestion of Heat in the sinuses. If the body lacks Qi and is unable to get rid of Evil, it will...
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ChinaHerbs Warm Cold Limbs
Warm Cold Limbs comes from “Treatise on Febrile Diseases” written by Zhang Zhongjing in the late Eastern Han Dynasty in China. It is for the treatment of Blood Deficiency and Cold Condense in the Meridians. Because of the Cold Evil Coagulation, the blood flow is insufficient, the Yang can not...
R 190.00
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