This is an eloquent blend of nine classic Chinese tonic herbs known to invigorate the spleen and may assist in proper lymphatic ‘flow’. These herbs have been traditionally used to support immune function, digestive health, regulation of blood sugar, building of the blood and increasing red & white blood cells. This formula makes an absolutely delicious hot or cold tea and can make for the perfect afternoon elixir. When taken around 4-6pm (bladder/kidney organ clock) the cleansing effects may become more apparent. The important spleen Qi herbs in this formula have been traditionally used in Taoist herbology to aid in metabolism / weight management, help break up accumulations and stagnation in the middle jiao (abdominal area) and are known to be very beneficial, especially for women. For proper spleen function is pivotal in transforming the Qi of the food we eat in to blood, thus transporting nourishment to the organ systems. The primary herbs used are also recognized to be very effective in transforming dampness — so it can be highly beneficial for individuals whom follow a living (raw) food lifestyle. As strong digestive fire rises in the sea of Qi, it may nourish and activate all higher energy systems. When Qi flows freely we are vital and evolve.
Ingredients: (Astragalus, Codonopsis, Poria, White Atractylodes, Rehmannia, Eleuthero, Jujube, Turkey Tail, Tangerine Peel)
Ingredients: Astragalus root, Codonopsis root, Poria fruiting body, White Atractylodes rhizome, (Prepared) Rehmannia root, Eleuthero root, **Turkey Tail fruiting body, Jujube date, Tangerine Peel.
**Dual Extract Standardized 30% Polysaccharides
Net Wt. 100 grams — 100 servings
Suggested Use: Mix around 1 tsp into a cup of hot water for the perfect instant tea. Blend into any smoothie, elixir, coffee drink, spice up your favorite foods, or take directly by the spoonful. Store in a cool dry place. Keep jar for future use.
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