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Lion’s Tail (Kuang Ye De Da Jia)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Lion’s tail is known for its medicinal and mild psychoactive properties. It has traditionally been used to treat tuberculosis, jaundice, high blood pressure, diabetes, and as a compress to treat snake bites. South...
Cacao (Qiaokeli)

Cacao (Qiaokeli)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Cacao is best known for its lovely flavor and for being a superfood. Highly nutritious it contains a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, polyphenols, flavonoids, and flavanols. Collectively these...
Lion’s Mane (Hou Tou Gu)

Lion’s Mane (Hou Tou Gu)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Lion’s mane is especially useful for supporting the brain, heart, and gut. It helps protect against dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and damage to the nervous system, including strokes and physical injuries....
Pomegranate (Shi Liu)

Pomegranate (Shi Liu)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Pomegranates have been used for thousands of years. They are mentioned in Greek, Hebrew, Buddhist, Islamic, and Christian writings and mythology. Written records dating back to 1500 BCE mention pomegranate as a remedy...
Fennel (Xiao Hui Xiang)

Fennel (Xiao Hui Xiang)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Fennel is highly nutritious and full of antioxidants that support digestive function, ease sore throats, promote lactation, and soothe female disorders including menstrual cramping and menopausal symptoms such as hot...
Coconut (Ye Zi)

Coconut (Ye Zi)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Coconuts are full of lauric acid, the important saturated fatty acid that increases good-HDL that helps regulate cholesterol levels in blood. Coconuts are also a good source of potassium and electrolytes. Lactose-free,...
Poria (Fu Ling)

Poria (Fu Ling)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Poria is a type of mushroom. It looks like a small coconut or potato. Poria is used to boost immune function, calm anxiety, and support sleep. It also has antitumor properties. Next to licorice, it is the most...
Cayenne (La Jiao)

Cayenne (La Jiao)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Cayenne is best known for supporting heart and digestive health. It is also useful for treating arthritic pain, circulatory disruptions, skin disorders, and reducing the risk of cancer. It is also a popular remedy for...
Honey / Royal Jelly (Feng Wang)

Honey / Royal Jelly (Feng Wang)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Honey is a natural sugar substitute that also happens to pack a punch nutritionally. It contains minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants that support heart health, build strength, ease cold and flu symptoms, and...
Frankincense (Ru Xiang)

Frankincense (Ru Xiang)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. In the West, frankincense is best known as incense used in many sacred ceremonies, an essential oil used to help ease pain and anxiety, and as a perfume. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is respected as a Blood...
Myrrh (Mo Yao)

Myrrh (Mo Yao)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Myrrh, an amber to black colored resin, is a sacred medicinal used for thousands of years as an incense, to help stop bleeding, and to embalm mummies. If you are seeking to help your spirit locate the divine, myrrh is...
Cedar (Xue Song)

Cedar (Xue Song)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Cedar is an ancient healing tree associated with many sacred rites and healing powers by many cultures the world over. Native American peoples used it to treat a wide variety of conditions, including coughs, fevers,...
Cardamom (Bai Dou Kou – Amomum)

Cardamom (Bai Dou Kou – Amomum)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Cardamom is especially known for its aromatic and digestive properties. It can help soothe indigestion, nausea, constipation, bloating, and calm stomach ulcers. It has detoxification and diuretic properties that help...
Codonopsis Root (Dang Shen)

Codonopsis Root (Dang Shen)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Codonopsis is an excellent blood tonic, helping to cleanse and build both red and white blood cells. Often used as a less expensive and gentler herb than ginseng. Codonopsis tonifies the lungs, boosts immunity, and...
Orange/Orange Peel (Chen Pi, Qing Pi, Zhi Shi)

Orange/Orange Peel (Chen Pi, Qing Pi, Zhi Shi)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Unripe, bitter, or sweet orange peels are excellent herbs for tonifying and moving stagnant Qi (Energy). They are four times more nutritious than the actual orange fruit we eat. Orange peels are often used in formulas...
Lycium/Goji Berry (Gou Qi Zi)

Lycium/Goji Berry (Gou Qi Zi)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Lycium is best known in the West as a powerful blood tonic rich in nutrients and antioxidants that help prevent or treat a wide range of ailments from cancer to anxiety. It helps support immune function and counters...
Oats/Oat Straw (Yan Mai)

Oats/Oat Straw (Yan Mai)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Oats are well known for their high nutritional value, supporting heart health, improving digestion, supporting weight loss, and regulating blood sugar. Oat straw tea and extract is well known for aiding sleep,...
Watercress (Dou Ban)

Watercress (Dou Ban)

Hi , you are not enrolled in this Health Session. Watercress is a “food as medicine” plant. It can help build and cleanse the blood reducing the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making this...