Ever since humans have roamed the earth so have they used food as medicine. Human trial and error evolved into a sophisticated system for diagnosis and prescription of herbal medicine. Today there are thousands of plants, animals and minerals that comprise Chinese Herbal Medicine. Typically Chinese herbs are never used by themselves, although the media will highlight a specific herb and its magical medicinal properties, it is always best to consult with an herbal practitioner before purchasing a single herb. Herbs have been proven to work best combined in a formula. The formula can be administered the following ways:
Chinese Herbs can help a wide range of symptoms and diseases including infertility, immunity, stress, the common cold, lower back pain, whole body pain, high blood pressure, menopausal symptoms, painful menstruation, insomnia, etc. Chinese herbs have a gentle way of getting to the root of your problem and supplementing your body while also healing it.
Please tell your practitioner if you have any food allergies or if you are taking any supplements or prescription medication, so they may adjust your formula accordingly. Chinese herbs grow in nature but they are still considered a medicine, and thus may conflict with drugs you are already taking. All medical inquiries should begin with a consultation with your primary health care provider. Then consult a licensed professional before trying any herbal product. Information contained within this site is to be used at your own risk. If in doubt about using a particular herbal product, don't try it.