invigorates blood

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  • AAA Chuan Xiong Spring Wind

    Chuan Xiong (Rhizoma Chuanxiong)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Liver, Gallbladder, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for headaches in larger doses (especially lateral headaches involving Liver and Gallbladder).

  • AAA San Leng Spring Wind

    San Leng (Rhizoma Sparganii)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for food stagnation, and good for reducing blood stagnation without overly invigorating blood.

  • Chi Shao (Cu)

    Chi Shao (Cu) (Paeonia Radix rubra)
    Properties: sour, bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also cools Liver blood and is good for rashes, sores and abscesses.
    Additional Notes: This is the vinegar prepared form which is better for stopping pain. We also offer raw. If raw is desired please select Chi Shao (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Chi Shao (Raw)

    Chi Shao (Raw) (Paeonia Radix rubra)
    Properties: sour, bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also cools Liver blood and is good for rashes, sores and abscesses.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer vinegar prepared Chi Shao which is better for stopping pain. If vinegar prepared is desired please select Chi Shao (Cu) from the herbs list.

  • Chi Shao (Raw) Spring Wind

    Chi Shao (Raw) (Paeonia Radix rubra)
    Properties: sour, bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also cools Liver blood and is good for rashes, sores and abscesses.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer vinegar prepared Chi Shao which is better for stopping pain. If vinegar prepared is desired please select Chi Shao (Cu) from the herbs list.
    The Spring Wind label on this herb indicates that you are selecting our highest quality herbs available. To read more about Spring Wind herbs visit our partnered businesses page.

  • Chong Wei Zi

    Chong Wei Zi (Semen Leonuri)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Liver, Unknown
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for eyes and headaches.
    Additional Notes: Don’t exceed 15g per day.

  • Chuan Niu Xi

    Chuan Niu Xi (Radix Cyathula)
    Properties: bitter, sour, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Kidney
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood. More moving than Huai Niu Xi.

  • Chuan Niu Xi Spring Wind

    Chuan Niu Xi (Radix Cyathula)
    Properties: bitter, sour, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Kidney
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood. More moving than Huai Niu Xi.
    The Spring Wind label on this herb indicates that you are selecting our highest quality herbs available. To read more about Spring Wind herbs visit our partnered businesses page.

  • Chuan Xiong

    Chuan Xiong (Rhizoma Chuanxiong)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Liver, Gallbladder, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for headaches in larger doses (especially lateral headaches involving Liver and Gallbladder).

  • Dan Shen Certified

    Dan Shen (Radix Salviae miltiorrhizae)
    Properties: bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Heart, Pericardium, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also tonifies blood and stops pain while cooling and calming the spirit.
    Additional Notes: The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Dang Gui Tou (Chao) Certified

    Dang Gui (Chao) (Radix Angelicae sinensis)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies blood, invigorates the blood, regulates menstruation, stops pain. Also moistens the Intestines and treats cough by moistening the Lungs.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We offer three forms of Dang Gui.
    A) Raw Dang Gui. If raw is desired please select Dang Gui (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Dry-fried Dang Gui is warmer and less moistening, also less blood invigorating, so better for use in pregnancy if needed.
    C) Charred Dang Gui stops bleeding. If charred is desired please select Dang Gui (Tan) from the herbs list.
    The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Dang Gui Tou (Raw) Certified

    Dang Gui (Raw) (Radix Angelicae sinensis)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies blood, invigorates the blood, regulates menstruation, stops pain. Also moistens the Intestines and treats cough by moistening the Lungs.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We offer three forms of Dang Gui.
    A) Raw Dang Gui, while nourishing blood and moving blood, is the best form for moistening the Intestines and the Lungs.
    B) Dry-fried Dang Gui is warmer and less moistening, also less blood invigorating, so better for use in pregnancy if needed. If dry-fried is desired please select Dang Gui (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Charred Dang Gui stops bleeding. If charred is desired please select Dang Gui (Tan) from the herbs list.
    Additional Notes: The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Dang Gui Tou (Tan) Certified

    Dang Gui (Tan) (Radix Angelicae sinensis)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies blood, invigorates the blood, regulates menstruation, stops pain. Also moistens the Intestines and treats cough by moistening the Lungs.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. We offer three forms of Dang Gui.
    A) Raw Dang Gui. If raw is desired please select Dang Gui (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Dry-fried Dang Gui is warmer and less moistening, also less blood invigorating, so better for use in pregnancy if needed. If dry-fried is desired please select Dang Gui (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Charred Dang Gui stops bleeding. If charred is desired please select Dang Gui (Tan) from the herbs list.
    The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Dang Gui Wei

    Dang Gui Wei (Radix Angelicae sinensis)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, tonifies blood, regulates menstruation, stops pain. Also moistens the Intestines and treats cough by moistening the Lungs.
    Additional Notes: Dang Gui Wei is more blood invigorating and less tonifying than Dang Gui Tou.

  • E Zhu

    E Zhu (Rhizoma Curcumae zedoariae)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for food stagnation, and good for reducing blood stagnation without overly invigorating blood.

  • Hong Hua

    Hong Hua (Flos Carthami)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood. Good for poor circulation through the extremities, especially in combination with Ji Xue Teng. Small doses also gently tonify blood.

  • Hu Zhang

    Hu Zhang (Radix Et Rhizoma Polygoni cuspidati)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Liver, Gallbladder, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also clears damp-heat and phlegm, and is anti-toxic.

  • Huai Niu Xi

    Huai Niu Xi (Radix Achyranthis bidentatae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Kidney
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood. More tonifying than Chuan Niu Xi.
    Additional Notes: The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Ji Xue Teng

    Ji Xue Teng (Caulis Milletiae Seu Spatholobi)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also tonifies blood and enters collaterals to stop pain.

  • Ji Xue Teng Spring Wind

    Ji Xue Teng (Caulis Milletiae Seu Spatholobi)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also tonifies blood and enters collaterals to stop pain.
    The Spring Wind label on this herb indicates that you are selecting our highest quality herbs available. To read more about Spring Wind herbs visit our partnered businesses page.

  • Ling Xiao Hua

    Ling Xiao Hua (Flos Campsis)
    Properties: sweet, sour, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also expels lurking fire at the blood level, cools blood and expels wind.

  • Liu Ji Nu

    Liu Ji Nu (Herba Artemisiae anomalae)
    Properties: bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for food stagnation.

  • Lu Lu Tong

    Lu Lu Tong (Fructus Liquidambaris)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for opening sinus, fallopian tubes and milk ducts.

  • Mo Yao (Raw)

    Mo Yao (Resina Myrrhae)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, excellent for pain, has a bad aftertaste.

  • Pian Jiang Huang

    Pian Jiang Huang (Rhizoma Curcumae longae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for expelling wind so particularly good for shoulder pain.

  • Ru Xiang (Raw)

    Ru Xiang (Resina Olibani)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, excellent for pain, has a bad aftertaste.

  • San Leng

    San Leng (Rhizoma Sparganii)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for food stagnation, and good for reducing blood stagnation without overly invigorating blood.

  • Su Mu

    Su Mu (Lignum Sappan)
    Properties: sweet, salty, neutral, slightly acrid
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also stops pain and is good for external injuries.

  • Tao Ren

    Tao Ren (Semen Pruni)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also moistens bowels.

  • Wa Leng Zi (Powder)

    Wa Leng Zi (Concha Arcae)
    Properties: sweet, salty, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for gastric acid and reflux.

  • Wang Bu Liu Xing (Prepared)

    Wang Bu Liu Xing (Prepared) (Semen Vaccariae)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for promoting lactation and bringing on periods.

  • Wu Ling Zhi (Powder)

    Wu Ling Zhi (Feces Trogopterori Seu Pteromi)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also excellent for pain in combination with Yan Hu Suo.
    Additional Notes: We dispense this as a powder rather than the original pellets. Please tell your patient that as this is a powdered herb the bag should be opened slowly to stop the powder from escaping. For best results open the bag upside down inside the pot with a small amount of water in the bottom and once the bag is removed quickly close the lid.

  • Xue Jie

    Xue Jie (Sanguis Draconis)
    Properties: sweet, salty, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also generates flesh, most often applied externally (but can be used internally in pills and powders in small doses).

  • Yan Hu Suo (Prepared)

    Yan Hu Suo (Prepared) (Corydalis Rhizome)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood. Excellent for pain. We prepare ours with vinegar as this enhances the ability to stop pain.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense the prepared version of this herb.

  • Yi Mu Cao

    Yi Mu Cao (Herba Leonuri)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, slightly cold, antitoxic
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Bladder, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also good for heavy periods from clotting, if used at 15-20g, as it helps to contract the uterus, pushing out the clots which are causing the bleeding.

  • Yu Jin

    Yu Jin (Tuber Curcumae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also helps Gallbladder, and is good for qi constraint (i.e depression) especially in combination with Mei Gui Hua.

  • Ze Lan

    Ze Lan (Herba Lycopi)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, slightly warm, Aromatic
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Invigorates the blood, also moves fluids at the blood level and has a mild effect on fluid retention, good for pain in the mid-back.

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