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  • AAA Bai Zhu (Raw) Spring Wind Organic

    Bai Zhu (Raw) (Rhizoma Atractylodis macrocephalae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, dries dampness, calms the fetus. Also secures the surface to stop spontaneous perspiration due to dampness causing disharmony of nutritive and protective qi.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Raw Bai Zhu is more moistening within its ability to dry dampness, and enriches Spleen and Stomach yin. We also dispense dry-fried Bai Zhu which is better for stopping loose stool and calming the fetus. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Zhu (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • AAA Chai Hu Spring Wind

    Chai Hu (Radix Bupleuri)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, cool
    Channels: Gallbladder, Liver, Pericardium, San Jiao
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also spreads Liver qi and lifts yang qi.
    Additional Notes: The Spring Wind label is the highest quality label we have.

  • 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 Huang Qin Spring Wind

    Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also calms an overheated fetus (often combined with Bai Zhu) and reduces bleeding from heat in the blood. Sedates ascendent Liver yang.
    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.

  • 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.

  • AAA Shen Qu Spring Wind

    Shen Qu (Massa Medica Fermentata)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Treats food stagnation, promotes the flow of qi, alleviates diarrhea, also good for abdominal bloating (can be used by itself, the patient briefly boils the herb cake then strains it off and drinks it like tea).
    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.

  • AAA Sheng Di Huang Spring Wind

    Sheng Di Huang (Radix Rehmanniae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, also nourishes yin and generates fluids.
    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.

  • AAA Xu Duan (Prepared) Spring Wind

    Xu Duan (Prepared) (Radix Dipsaci)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, slightly warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver and Kidneys, strengthens sinews and bones, gently invigorates blood, calms the fetus.
    Additional Notes: Preparing Xu Duan in salt directs it to the liver channels and increases its tonic properties.

  • AAA Zhi Mu Spring Wind

    Zhi Mu (Rhizoma Anemarrhenae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also enriches yin.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Ai Ye (Granule)

  • Ai Ye (Raw)

    Ai Ye (Raw) (Artemisiae argyi Folium)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Dispels cold-damp, stops pain due to cold, stops bleeding and calms the fetus. Also stops itching due to dampness (especially applied externally with other herbs to stop itch such as Di Fu Zi or Bai Xian Pi).

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  • Ba Ji Tian

    Ba Ji Tian (Morindae officinalis Radix)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Kidney yang without being too drying, augments essence, expels wind-damp. Also strengthens sinews.

  • Ba Ji Tian (Granule)

  • Bai Bian Dou (Chao)

    Bai Bian Dou (Chao) (Semen Dolichoris lablab)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears summerheat.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. Dry-fried Bai Bian Dou is good for loose stool and supporting Spleen. If raw is desired please select Bai Bian Dou (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Bian Dou (Granule)

  • Bai Bian Dou (Raw)

    Bai Bian Dou (Raw) (Semen Dolichoris lablab)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears summerheat.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Dry-fried Bai Bian Dou is good for loose stool and supporting Spleen. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Bian Dou (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Bu (Granule)

  • Bai Bu (Raw)

    Bai Bu (Raw) (Radix Stemonae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, slightly warm (or neutral)
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Strongly directs qi downward to stop all types of cough, but especially chronic and deficient cough. Also applied externally as a decoction of its raw form for head lice, fleas and bacterial vaginosis.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Use raw form externally for head lice, fleas and bacterial vaginosis. We also offer Bai Bu prepared with honey as this is standard for internal use. If needed for internal use please select Bai Bu (Zhi) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Bu (Zhi)

    Bai Bu (Zhi) (Radix Stemonae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, slightly warm (or neutral)
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Strongly directs qi downward to stop all types of cough, but especially chronic and deficient cough. Also applied externally as a decoction of its raw form for head lice, fleas and bacterial vaginosis.
    Additional Notes: This is the prepared form. We prepare our Bai Bu with honey as this is standard for internal use. Use raw form externally for head lice, fleas and bacterial vaginosis. If raw form is desired please select Bai Bu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Dou Kou (Crushed)

    Bai Dou Kou (Fructus Amomi krervanh)
    Properties: acrid, aromatic slightly warm (or neutral)
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disseminates Lung qi, awakens the Spleen, transforms damp, pierces through and disperses turbidity. Best for upper and middle Jiao turbid damp.

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  • Bai Guo (Granule)

  • Bai He

    Bai He (Bulbus Lilii)
    Properties: sweet, slightly bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes Lung yin, drains heat from the Heart, stops cough, quiets the spirit.

  • Bai He

  • Bai Hua She She Cao

    Bai Hua She She Cao (Herba Hedyotidis diffusae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cold
    Channels: Liver, Stomach, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, also promotes urination, used for a variety of cancers.
    Additional Notes: A very lightweight but bulky herb, the usually-prescribed large doses (15-30g) make bags and herb pots very full, please inform your patient.

  • Bai Hua She She Cao (Granule)

  • Bai Ji

    Bai Ji (Rhizoma Bletillae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cool, Astringent
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Restrains to stop bleeding, reduces swelling. Generates flesh when applied topically for sores, ulcers and to reduce swelling. Especially good for chronic non-healing ulcers.
    Additional Notes: Often powdered and taken at the same time as the decoction rather than directly decocting, as it makes decoctions very thick and viscous, especially in higher doses. If prescribed we will bag herb individually to be taken separately. Inform your patient. Expensive.

  • Bai Ji (Granule)

  • Bai Ji Li

    Bai Ji Li (Fructus Tribuli)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Expels wind, brightens eyes, calms ascendant Liver yang, stops itching, breaks up stagnation of qi and blood. Also dredges Liver qi and stops itching (e.g. for vaginal ‘thrush’).

  • Bai Jiang Can (Prepared)

    Bai Jiang Can (Prepared) (Bombyx batryticatus)
    Properties: acrid, salty, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Eliminates wind, drains heat, transforms phlegm, disperses clumping. Also stops itching and pain.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense the prepared form. We soak the petrified silkworms in vinegar and then bake them dry, which reduces the bad taste quite a bit. At 6g most people do not complain. Expensive.

  • Bai Jiang Cao

    Bai Jiang Cao (Herba Thlaspi)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, also harmonizes the Stomach and improves digestion. Especially good for vaginal discharge. Also stops pain (e.g. postpartum or post-operative pain) and breaks up blood stasis
    Additional Notes: This is not Patrinia, the herb most common in China.

  • Bai Jiang Cao (Granule)

  • Bai Jie Zi (Granule)

  • Bai Jie Zi Ground (Chao)

    Bai Jie Zi (Chao) (Semen Sinapis)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Mobilizes channels to eliminate phlegm by penetrating yin to restore movement to yang, transforms cold-phlegm, dissipates clumps. Also promotes movement of qi and stops pain (e.g. due to phlegm obstruction, or deeper in the yin levels of the epigastric or abdominal regions).
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form of Bai Jie Zi. We dry-fry the Bai Jie Zi as raw mustard seed can irritate the stomach. Best not decocted for too long (but a bit longer than the usual “add at end” herbs). If raw is desired (e.g. for external use) please select Bai Jie Zi (Raw) from the herbs list. If you would like us to bag seperately please write in the ‘special instructions’ text box, during checkout.

  • Bai Jie Zi Ground (Raw)

    Bai Jie Zi (Raw) (Semen Sinapis)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Mobilizes channels to eliminate phlegm by penetrating yin to restore movement to yang, transforms cold-phlegm, dissipates clumps. Also promotes movement of qi and stops pain (e.g. due to phlegm obstruction, or deeper in the yin levels of the epigastric or abdominal regions).
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form of Bai Jie Zi which can irritate the stomach. For internal decoctions please select our dry-fried Bai Jie Zi. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Jie Zi (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Mao Gen

    Bai Mao Gen (Rhizoma Imperatae)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Small Intestine, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Cools blood, stops bleeding, clears heat in the Lungs and Stomach, promotes urination. Especially indicated for nosebleeds and blood in the urine.

  • Bai Mao Gen (Granule)

  • Bai Qian

    Bai Qian (Radix Et Rhizoma Cynanchi stauntonii)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, neutral (or slightly warm)
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Directs Lung qi downward, good for any type of cough, especially for phlegm in the throat.

  • Bai Shao (Chao) Certified

    Bai Shao (Chao) (Radix Albus Paeoniae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, cool
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver blood, restrains yin, extinguishes wind, stops pain, nourishes Liver and Spleen yin. Also adjusts the nutritive and protective qi to reduce sweating.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We offer three forms of Bai Shao.
    A) Raw Bai Shao which is cooler. If raw is desired please select Bai Shao (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Dry-fried Bai Shao is better to nourish the blood, relax the Liver and stop pain.
    C) Vinegar-fried Bai Shao has much stronger pain-stopping effects. If vinegar-fried is desired please select Bai Shao (Cu) 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.

  • Bai Shao (Cu) Certified

    Bai Shao (Cu) (Radix Albus Paeoniae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, cool
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver blood, restrains yin, extinguishes wind, stops pain, nourishes Liver and Spleen yin. Also adjusts the nutritive and protective qi to reduce sweating.
    Additional Notes: This is the vinegar-fried form. We offer three forms of Bai Shao.
    A) Raw Bai Shao is cooler. If raw is desired please select Bai Shao (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Dry-fried Bai Shao is better to nourish the blood, relax the Liver and stop pain. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Shao (Chao) 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.

  • Bai Shao (Granule)

  • Bai Shao (Raw) Certified

    Bai Shao (Raw) (Radix Albus Paeoniae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, cool
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver blood, restrains yin, extinguishes wind, stops pain, nourishes Liver and Spleen yin. Also adjusts the nutritive and protective qi to reduce sweating.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We offer three forms of Bai Shao.
    A) Raw Bai Shao is cooler.
    B) Dry-fried Bai Shao is better to nourish the blood, relax the Liver and stop pain. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Shao (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Vinegar-fried Bai Shao has much stronger pain-stopping effects. If vinegar-fried is desired please select Bai Shao (Cu) 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.

  • Bai Wei

    Bai Wei (Radix Cynanchi atrati)
    Properties: bitter, salty, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also vents pathogens, cools the blood and facilitates urination. Specific for hot blood in the urine during or after pregnancy.
    Additional Notes: Small doses sufficient (6g).

  • Bai Xian Pi

    Bai Xian Pi (Cortex Dictamni Radicis)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, also stops itch.
    Additional Notes: Due to tendency to cause Liver injury, maximum dose should be 10g.

  • Bai Xian Pi (Granule)

  • Bai Zhi (Granule)

  • Bai Zhi Certified

    Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warm and dispersing. Very fragrant to open orifices (e.g. the nose). Also good for frontal headaches and sinus pain, in gynaecology is often used for vaginal discharge. Can be used for sores and boils to expel pus and thus reduce swelling.
    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.

  • Bai Zhu (Chao)

    Bai Zhu (Chao) (Rhizoma Atractylodis macrocephalae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, dries dampness, calms the fetus. Also secures the surface to stop spontaneous perspiration due to dampness causing disharmony of nutritive and protective qi.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form which is better for stopping loose stool and calming the fetus. Raw Bai Zhu is more moistening within its ability to dry dampness, and enriches Spleen and Stomach yin. If raw is desired please select Bai Zhu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Zhu (Granule)

  • Bai Zhu (Raw)

    Bai Zhu (Raw) (Rhizoma Atractylodis macrocephalae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, dries dampness, calms the fetus. Also secures the surface to stop spontaneous perspiration due to dampness causing disharmony of nutritive and protective qi.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Raw Bai Zhu is more moistening within its ability to dry dampness, and enriches Spleen and Stomach yin. We also dispense dry-fried Bai Zhu which is better for stopping loose stool and calming the fetus. If dry-fried is desired please select Bai Zhu (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Bai Zi Ren

    Bai Zi Ren (Semen Platycladi)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes Heart blood and yin to calm the spirit, moistens the Kidneys and Large Intestine. Also used for night sweats from yin deficiency.

  • Ban Lan Gen (Granule)

  • Ban Lan Gen (Stock Being Managed) See Below

    Ban Lan Gen (Radix Isatidis seu Baphicacanthi)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, cools the blood and benefits the throat.
    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.

  • Ban Xia (Granule)

  • Ban Xia (Jiang)

    Ban Xia (Jiang) (Rhizoma Pinelliae)
    Properties: acrid, warm, slippery, toxic
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries damp and phlegm, stops cough, directs qi downward, stops vomiting, dissipates nodules and knots.
    Additional Notes: All of the Ban Xia we dispense is prepared in the standard fashion to remove toxicity.

  • Ban Xia (Jiang) Spring Wind

    Ban Xia (Jiang) (Rhizoma Pinelliae)
    Properties: acrid, warm, slippery, toxic
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries damp and phlegm, stops cough, directs qi downward, stops vomiting, dissipates nodules and knots.
    Additional Notes: All of the Ban Xia we dispense is prepared in the standard fashion to remove toxicity.
    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.

  • Ban Zhi Lian

    Ban Zhi Lian (Radix Scutellariae barbatae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Liver, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, relieves stasis, promotes urination

  • Ban Zhi Lian (Granule)

  • Bei Huang Qi (Granule)

  • Bei Sha Shen

    Bei Sha Shen (Radix Glehniae)
    Properties:
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin, clears the Lungs, augments the Stomach, generates fluids.
    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.

  • Bei Sha Shen (Granule)

  • Bei Xie

  • Bi Xie

    Bi Xie (Rhizoma Dioscoreae hypoglaucae)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Bladder, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Expels lower Jiao dampness, separates clear from turbid. Soothes tendons and unblocks collaterals from wind-damp or damp-heat. Also clears damp-heat from the skin.

  • Bian Xu

    Bian Xu (Herba Polygoni avicularis)
    Properties: bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears damp-heat and facilitates urination.

  • Bie Jia (Powder)

    Bie Jia (Carapax Trionycis)
    Properties: salty, cold
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin, subdues yang, clears heat from deficiency, softens hardness, disperses clumping. Also invigorates blood and promotes menstruation.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Bing Lang

    Bing Lang (Semen Arecae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Large Intestine, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Expels parasites (especially tapeworm, but also most other intestinal parasites, and blood flukes), promotes movement of qi, facilitates urination, resolves phlegm and food stagnation, directs qi downward. Also used for malarial disorders.

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  • Bing Lang (Granule)

  • Bing Pian

    Bing Pian (Borneolum)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cool
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Acrid-dispersing, aromatically mobilizing and piercing, opens the orifices and disperses fire constraint.
    Additional Notes: Most often used externally in washes at doses of 1-3g. Internally the dose should be much less and given in powders (should not be heated).

  • Bo He

    Bo He (Herba Menthae Haplocalycis)
    Properties: acrid, aromatic, cool
    Channels: Lungs, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also opens orifices, vents rashes and frees Liver qi.
    Additional Notes: Use small doses and short boiling time.

  • Bo He (Granule)

  • Bo Zi Ren (Granule)

  • Bu Gu Zhi

    Bu Gu Zhi (Fructus Psoraleae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, Very warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Kidney and Spleen yang, secures essence, aids Kidneys in grasping qi, and secures the urination. Also good for diarrhea due to Spleen and Kidney yang deficiency. Can be applied externally for vitiligo (the skin is then briefly exposed to sunlight, then the herb is washed off).
    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.

  • Bu Gu Zhi (Granule)

  • Can Sha

    Can Sha (Excrementum Bombycis)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, warm
    Channels: Liver, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, expels wind. Also settles the Stomach and stops itch. Good for deficient patients as its effects are gentle and harmonious.

  • Cang Er Zi (Granule)

  • Cang Er Zi (Prepared)

    Cang Er Zi (Prepared) (Fructus Xanthii)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, warm, somewhat toxic
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Warm and dispersing. Best for unblocking sinus, but also good for toothache, sinus headache and also for painful obstruction and occipital headache.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense the prepared form which is dry-fried in order to reduce its toxicity.

  • Cang Zhu (Chao)

    Cang Zhu (Chao) (Rhizoma Atractylodis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, induces sweating to expel wind-damp, strengthens Spleen and Stomach, clears lower Jiao damp, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower Jiao, helps vision (e.g. for night-blindness or poor vision with a rough sensation in the eyes).
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. Dry- fried Cang Zhu is less sweat inducing. We also offer raw Cang Zhu. If raw is desired please select Cang Zhu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Cang Zhu (Granule)

  • Cang Zhu (Raw)

    Cang Zhu (Raw) (Rhizoma Atractylodis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, induces sweating to expel wind-damp, strengthens Spleen and Stomach, clears lower Jiao damp, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower Jiao, helps vision (e.g. for night-blindness or poor vision with a rough sensation in the eyes).
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer Cang Zhu (Chao) which is dry-fried to be less sweat inducing. If dry-fried is desired please select Cang Zhu (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Cang Zhu (Raw) Spring Wind

    Cang Zhu (Raw) (Rhizoma Atractylodis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, induces sweating to expel wind-damp, strengthens Spleen and Stomach, clears lower Jiao damp, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower Jiao, helps vision (e.g. for night-blindness or poor vision with a rough sensation in the eyes).
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer Cang Zhu (Chao) which is dry-fried to be less sweat inducing. If dry-fried is desired please select Cang Zhu (Chao) 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.

  • Cao Dou Kou (Crushed)

    Cao Dou Kou (Semen Alpiniae katsumadai)
    Properties: acrid, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms the middle Jiao, mobilizes qi, dries turbid damp, especially for clumping of cold-dampness or cold-phlegm-damp.

  • Ce Bai Ye (Granule)

  • Chai Hu

    Chai Hu (Radix Bupleuri)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, cool
    Channels: Gallbladder, Liver, Pericardium, San Jiao
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also spreads Liver qi and lifts yang qi.
    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.

  • Chai Hu (Granule)

  • Chan Tui (Granule)

  • Chan Tui (Powder)

    Chan Tui (Periostracum Cicadae)
    Properties: sweet, salty, slightly cold
    Channels: Lungs, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also stops itch, vents rashes, clears the eyes, and extinguishes wind to stop spasms.
    Additional Notes: 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. Expensive.

  • Che Qian Cao

    Che Qian Cao (Herba Plantaginis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Facilitates urination, separates clear and turbid fluids, guides damp-heat downward and out through urination. Also good for clearing heat from the eyes. The actions are the same as Che Qian Zi, except less diuretic and more cooling and antitoxic.

  • Che Qian Cao (Granule)

  • Che Qian Cao Spring Wind

    Che Qian Cao (Herba Plantaginis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Facilitates urination, separates clear and turbid fluids, guides damp-heat downward and out through urination. Also good for clearing heat from the eyes. The actions are the same as Che Qian Zi, except less diuretic and more cooling and antitoxic.
    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.

  • Che Qian Zi

    Che Qian Zi (Semen Plantaginis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Facilitates urination, separates clear and turbid fluids, guides damp-heat downward and out through urination. Also good for clearing heat from the eyes.
    Additional Notes: 10g is usually sufficient, if a higher dosage is desired the herbs tend to get excessively gelatinous. Therefore the patient should be informed that there will be a washable muslin cloth included with their herbs to be used for straining.
    As slippery, be cautious in pregnancies with a history of miscarriage.

  • Che Qian Zi (Granule)

  • Chen Pi

    Chen Pi (Pericarpium Citri reticulatae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also settles Stomach and cuts phlegm.

  • Chen Pi (Granule)

  • 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 (Granule)

  • 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.

  • Chi Shi Zi

    Chi Shi Zhi (Hallyositum rubrum)
    Properties: sweet, sour, astringent, warm
    Channels: Stomach, Large Intestine, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Binds to stop chronic diarrhea and uterine bleeding, generates flesh to assist healing of chronic sores (especially applied externally), gently augments the Stomach qi.
    Additional Notes: Use with caution in pregnancy. As this herb is a clay we provide a reusable muslin bag for straining the herbs once decocted, please inform your patient.

  • Chi Xiao Dou

    Chi Xiao Dou (Semen Phaseoli)
    Properties: sweet, sour, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Clears damp edema and fire, dispels blood stasis, reduces swelling and clears fire toxins.
    Additional Notes: Very large doses (over 30g) should be avoided in pregnancy.

  • Chi Xiao Dou (Granule)

  • 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 Bei Mu (Crushed)

    Chuan Bei Mu (Bulbus Fritillariae cirrhosae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cool
    Channels: Heart, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Cools, moistens, directs Lung qi and Heart fire downward, relieves constraint, disperses knotted phlegm-heat.
    Additional Notes: Slightly expensive.

  • Chuan Lian Zi (Granule)

  • Chuan Lian Zi (Prepared)

    Chuan Lian Zi (Prepared) (Fructus Toosendan)
    Properties: bitter, cold, slightly toxic
    Channels: Liver, Small Intestine, Stomach, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for abdominal pain. Be aware that it can make loose stool worse. Good for intestinal parasites.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense the prepared form. We prepare our Chuan Lian Zi with vinegar which helps negate its effect on loose stools, while also increasing its pain-stopping ability.

  • 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 (Granule)

  • 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 Xin Lian

  • Chuan Xin Lian (Granule)

  • 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).

  • Chuan Xiong (Granule)

  • Chun Gen Bai Pi

    Chun Gen Bai Pi (Cortex Ailanthi)
    Properties: bitter, astringent, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Stomach, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, cools heat, binds the Intestines, halts chronic vaginal discharge due to damp-heat, stops bleeding, kills parasites (especially roundworms, apply externally for pruritic dermatosis).

  • Chun Gen Pi (Granule)

  • Ci Shi

    Ci Shi (Magnetitum)
    Properties: acrid, salty, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Sedates and calms the spirit, weighs down the yang while nourishing the true yin, improves hearing and vision. Also aids Kidneys in grasping qi.

  • Ci Wu Jia (Granule)

  • Cooking Pot (Pick Up Only)

  • Cool Stress Tincture

    Bulk Discounts Apply:

    Order 5 – 9: 10% Discount

    Order 10+: 15% Discount

    You can download our tincture usage guide by clicking on the link below.
    Herb Grove Tincture Usage Guide (Std)

  • Custom Tincture

    Ordering a Custom Tincture:

    1. Navigate to the shop and select ‘Pills and Tinctures’ in the drop down.
    2. Choose the product ‘Custom Tincture’ and order 12 or more. Order 20 or more to receive a 10% discount.
    3. Go to checkout and copy and paste your desired herbs and dosages (as per a raw prescription)
    4. Once ordered you will receive an email confirming your order and the production time as per the next step.

    We now have a tincture production date which is fortnightly starting from Friday the 10th of May 24. This means that if you can time your orders right you can reduce production time for custom tinctures to 2 weeks. Custom tincture orders are accepted up until the end of the day prior to the scheduled date.

  • Cystitis Tincture

    Bulk Discounts Apply:

    Order 5 – 9: 10% Discount

    Order 10+: 15% Discount

    You can download our tincture usage guide by clicking on the link below.
    Herb Grove Tincture Usage Guide (Std)

  • Da Fu Pi

    Da Fu Pi (Pericarpium Arecae)
    Properties: acrid, slightly warm
    Channels: Large Intestine, Small Intestine, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for fluid retention and abdominal bloating. Promotes ovulation.

  • Da Fu Pi (Granule)

  • Da Huang (Granule)

  • Da Huang (Jiu)

    Da Huang (Jiu) (Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Purges clumped-heat in the Intestines, cools the blood, removes blood stasis.
    Additional Notes: This is the prepared form. We prepare our Da Huang with wine, soaking it and then baking it dry. This moderates the cold purgative effect and makes it more suitable for weaker patients. A good standard dose is 10g. This will be suitable for most people. If raw is desired please select Da Huang (Raw) from the herbs list. Do not use in pregnancy or during lactation.

     

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  • Da Huang (Powdered)

  • Da Huang (Raw)

    Da Huang (Raw) (Radix Et Rhizoma Rhei)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Purges clumped-heat in the Intestines, cools the blood, removes blood stasis.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We most commonly dispense the wine-prepared form as it is easier on the patient. If the prepared form is desired please select Da Huang (Jiu) from the herbs list. Do not use in pregnancy or during lactation.

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  • Da Qing Ye

    Da Qing Ye (Folium Isatidis)
    Properties: bitter, very cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Strongly cools heat toxin at the blood level, very cold, also dissipates maculae or other skin eruptions.

  • Da Qing Ye (Granule)

  • Da Zao

    Da Zao (Fructus Jujubae)
    Properties: sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies qi and blood, generates fluids, harmonizes the Spleen and moderates the toxic effects of other herbs. Also gently calms the spirit.
    Additional Notes: One date weighs 4 grams.

  • Da Zao (Granule)

  • Da Zao Spring Wind

    Da Zao (Fructus Jujubae)
    Properties: sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies qi and blood, generates fluids, harmonizes the Spleen and moderates the toxic effects of other herbs. Also gently calms the spirit.
    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.

  • Dai Zhe Shi

    Dai Zhe Shi (Haematitum)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Relies on heaviness to suppress and direct downward rebellious qi (e.g. for belching, vomiting, hiccup and acute wheeze), while cooling Liver fire. Also stops bleeding.

  • Dan Dou Chi

    Dan Dou Chi (Semen Praeparatum Sojae)
    Properties: sweet, slightly bitter, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also good for stifling sensations in the chest (with Shan Zhi Zi) and for helping lurking pathogens to resolve (e.g. in combination with Xiao Chai Hu Tang).

  • Dan Nan Xing

    Dan Nan Xing (Rhizoma Arisaematis, processed with bile)
    Properties: bitter, cool
    Channels: Liver, Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Moistening, transforms phlegm-heat, extinguishes wind to stop convulsions, spasms and tremors.
    Additional Notes: 3-6g is sufficient.

  • Dan Shen (Granule)

  • 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.

  • Dan Zhu Ye

    Dan Zhu Ye (Herba Lophatheri)
    Properties: sweet, bland, cold
    Channels: Heart, Small Intestine, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also eliminates irritability and stops rough painful urination.

  • Dan Zhu Ye (Granule)

  • Dang Gui (Granule)

  • Dang Gui Plus Tincture

    Bulk Discounts Apply:

    Order 5 – 9: 10% Discount

    Order 10+: 15% Discount

    You can download our tincture usage guide by clicking on the link below.
    Herb Grove Tincture Usage Guide (Std)

  • 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.

  • Dang Gui Wei (Granule)

  • Dang Shen

    Dang Shen (Radix Codonopsis)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Lung and Spleen qi to support the middle Jiao.
    Additional Notes: Currently also expensive.

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    Dang Shen (Radix Codonopsis)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Lung and Spleen qi to support the middle Jiao.
    Additional Notes:
    Chao Dang Shen is more expensive due to the weight lost in cooking.

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  • Dang Shen (Granule)

  • Deng Xin Cao

    Deng Xin Cao (Medulla Junci)
    Properties: sweet, bland, slightly cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat in the heart and Lungs and directs it downward, unblocks fluid pathways, leads heat downward and out through urine. Also gently unblocks flow of qi and blood and can be used for insufficient lactation.

  • Di Fu Zi

    Di Fu Zi (Fructus Kochiae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, cold
    Channels: Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Stops itch, removes damp-heat, unblocks painful urination, clears wind-heat affecting the eyes and head.

  • Di Fu Zi (Granule)

  • Di Gu Pi

    Di Gu Pi (Cortex Radicis Lycii)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency. Best for yin deficient heat with sweating, also cools the blood and clears heat from the Lungs.

  • Di Gu Pi (Granule)

  • Di Long

    Di Long (Lumbricus)
    Properties: salty, cold
    Channels: Bladder, Liver, Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Drains heat, extinguishes wind, stops spasms and convulsions, calms wheezing, unblocks the collaterals, facilitates urination. Also good for high blood pressure.

  • Di Long (Granule)

  • Di Yu (Granule)

  • Di Yu (Raw)

    Di Yu (Raw) (Radix Sanguisorbae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Large Intestine, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Cools heat in the blood, stops bleeding (especially lower body), resolves toxicity, restrains and inhibits. Also generates flesh if applied externally, so often used for burns.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer Di Yu Tan (charred Di Yu) which reduces its cold nature and greatly increases its astringent inhibiting qualities for a stronger blood-stopping effect. If charred is desired please select Di Yu (Tan) from the herbs list.

  • Di Yu (Tan)

    Di Yu (Tan) (Radix Sanguisorbae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Large Intestine, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Cools heat in the blood, stops bleeding (especially lower body), resolves toxicity, restrains and inhibits. Also generates flesh if applied externally, so often used for burns.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. Charring Di Yu reduces its cold nature and greatly increases its astringent inhibiting qualities for a stronger blood-stopping effect. If raw is desired please select Di Yu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Di Yu Tan (Granule)

  • Ding Xiang

    Ding Xiang (Flos Caryophylli)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms the middle, directs Stomach qi downward, treats hiccups, fortifies Kidney yang.
    Additional Notes: Small doses sufficient (1-2g).

  • Ding Xiang (Granule)

  • Dong Gua Pi

    Dong Gua Pi (Exocarpium Benincasae)
    Properties: sweet, bland, cool
    Channels: Lungs, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Gently and harmoniously facilitates urination and clears heat. Helps with weight loss.

  • Dong Gua Ren (Ground)

    Dong Gua Ren (Semen Benincasae)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Large Intestine, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Facilitates removal of pathogenic water and clears heat from the Lungs and Intestines. Loosens phlegm and promotes the discharge of pus (e.g. in lung abscess or intestinal abscess). Also good for vaginal discharge from damp-heat.

  • Dong Gua Zi (Granule)

  • Du Huo (Granule)

  • Du Huo Certified

    Du Huo (Radix Angelicae pubescentis)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Best for painful obstruction in the lower body, dispels lurking wind in the Kidney and Du channels. Stops pain and is good for exterior wind-cold-damp. Also helps with shao yin headache and toothache.
    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.

  • Du Zhong (Granule)

  • Du Zhong (Prepared)

    Du Zhong (Prepared) (Cortex Eucommiae)
    Properties: sweet, slightly acrid, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver and Kidneys, strengthens sinews and bones, calms the fetus.
    Additional Notes: Our Du Zhong is prepared in accordance with traditional practice which involves dry-frying, thus strengthening the Kidney tonification.

  • Du Zhong (Prepared) Spring Wind

    Du Zhong (Prepared) (Cortex Eucommiae)
    Properties: sweet, slightly acrid, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver and Kidneys, strengthens sinews and bones, calms the fetus.
    Additional Notes: Our Du Zhong is prepared in accordance with traditional practice which involves dry-frying, thus strengthening the Kidney tonification.
    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.

  • E Jiao (Granule)

  • 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.

  • E Zhu (Granule)

  • Endo Tincture

    Bulk Discounts Apply:

    Order 5 – 9: 10% Discount

    Order 10+: 15% Discount

    Steve worked with the Endometriosis Association for twenty-five years. This tincture is the result of that experience. Most often this tincture should form a “baseline treatment” in conjunction with acupuncture or herbal decoction which will address attention to the individual patient’s situation.

    The drops should be used everyday, 3 droppers-full in water AM & PM.

    You can download our tincture usage guide by clicking on the link below.
    Herb Grove Tincture Usage Guide (Std)

  • Fan Xie Ye

    Fan Xie Ye (Folium Sennae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Drains downward and guides out stagnant heat in the Intestines.
    Additional Notes: 2g for a mild laxative effect, 5-9g for a strong purge. Use as a tea. If must be used in decoction, add at the end. If prescribed we will bag seperately to be added at the end of decoction or used as a tea. Do not use in pregnancy.

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  • Fan Xie Ye (Granule)

  • Fang Feng

    Fang Feng (Radix Ledebouriellae)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, slightly warm
    Channels: Bladder, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Warm and releases the exterior. Less drying than most wind-expelling herbs. Also good for itch (in combination with Jing Jie), diarrhea, intestinal cramping and left-sided period pain.
    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.

  • Fang Feng (Granule)

  • Fen Fang Ji (Granule)

  • Fo Shou

    Fo Shou (Fructus Citri sarcodactylis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, slightly warm
    Channels: Liver, Lungs, Stomach, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for cutting phlegm to settle Stomach and stop cough.

  • Fo Shou Pian/Gan (Granule)

  • Fu Ling

    Fu Ling (Sclerotium Poriae)
    Properties: sweet, bland, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Spleen, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen, eliminates dampness, calms the heart spirit.

  • Fu Ling (Granule)

  • Fu Ling Pi

    Fu Ling Pi (Sclerotii Poriae)
    Properties: sweet, bland, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Spleen, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Clears fluid retention under the surface.

  • Fu Ling Spring Wind

    Fu Ling (Sclerotium Poriae)
    Properties: sweet, bland, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Spleen, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen, eliminates dampness, calms the heart spirit.
    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.

  • Fu Pen Zi

    Fu Pen Zi (Fructus Rubi)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, slightly warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Augments the true yin of the Kidneys, contains the urine, secures the essence. Also assists yang and improves the vision.

  • Fu Pen Zi (Granule)

  • Fu Ping

    Fu Ping (Herba Lemnae Seu Spirodelae)
    Properties: acrid, cold
    Channels: Bladder, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat. Strongly promotes sweating, however is also good for fluids retained just under the surface. Promotes urination.

  • Fu Shen

    Fu Shen (Sclerotium Pararadicis Poriae)
    Properties: sweet, bland, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Spleen, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: More strongly calms the spirit than Fu Ling.

  • Fu Shen (Granule)

  • Fu Xiao Mai

    Fu Xiao Mai (Fructus levis Tritici)
    Properties: sweet, salty, cool
    Channels: Heart
    Key Characteristics: Augments Heart qi, inhibits the Heart fluids, clears heat from the pores and interstices and thus stops spontaneous sweating and night sweats.

  • Fu Xiao Mai (Granule)

  • Gan Cao (Chao)

    Gan Cao (Chao) (Radix Glycyrrhizae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: All 12 (Primarily the Lungs, Heart, Spleen, Stomach)
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, moistens the Lungs, moderates urgency and toxicity, drains fire (especially from the throat). Also reduces spasms and stops pain (especially when used with Bai Shao). Used as an antidote for many toxic substances (especially when combined with Lu Dou and Jin Yin Hua).
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We offer three forms of Gan Cao.
    a) Raw Gan Cao is cooler and more antitoxic. Located under Gan Cao (Raw) in the herbs list.
    b) Dry-fried Gan Cao is warmer and more tonifying.
    c) Honey prepared is warmer and even more tonifying than other forms, better augments Heart and Spleen qi. Located under Gan Cao (Zhi) in the herbs list.

  • Gan Cao (Granule)

  • Gan Cao (Raw)

    Gan Cao (Raw) (Radix Glycyrrhizae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: All 12 (Primarily the Lungs, Heart, Spleen, Stomach)
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, moistens the Lungs, moderates urgency and toxicity, drains fire (especially from the throat). Also reduces spasms and stops pain (especially when used with Bai Shao). Used as an antidote for many toxic substances (especially when combined with Lu Dou and Jin Yin Hua).
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We offer three forms of Gan Cao.
    a) Raw Gan Cao is cooler and more antitoxic.
    b) Dry-fried Gan Cao is warmer and more tonifying. Located under Gan Cao (Chao) in the herbs list.
    c) Honey prepared Gan Cao is warmer and even more tonifying than other forms, better augments Heart and Spleen qi. Located under Gan Cao (Zhi) in the herbs list.

  • Gan Cao (Raw) Spring Wind

    Gan Cao (Raw) (Radix Glycyrrhizae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: All 12 (Primarily the Lungs, Heart, Spleen, Stomach)
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, moistens the Lungs, moderates urgency and toxicity, drains fire (especially from the throat). Also reduces spasms and stops pain (especially when used with Bai Shao). Used as an antidote for many toxic substances (especially when combined with Lu Dou and Jin Yin Hua).
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We offer three forms of Gan Cao.
    a) Raw Gan Cao is cooler and more antitoxic.
    b) Dry-fried Gan Cao is warmer and more tonifying. Located under Gan Cao (Chao) in the herbs list.
    c) Honey prepared Gan Cao is warmer and even more tonifying than other forms, better augments Heart and Spleen qi. Located under Gan Cao (Zhi) in 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.

  • Gan Cao (Zhi)

    Gan Cao (Zhi) (Radix Glycyrrhizae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: All 12 (Primarily the Lungs, Heart, Spleen, Stomach)
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Spleen qi, moistens the Lungs, moderates urgency and toxicity, drains fire (especially from the throat). Also reduces spasms and stops pain (especially when used with Bai Shao). Used as an antidote for many toxic substances (especially when combined with Lu Dou and Jin Yin Hua).
    Additional Notes: This is the honey prepared form. We offer three forms of Gan Cao.
    a) Raw Gan Cao is cooler and more antitoxic. Located under Gan Cao (Raw) in the herbs list.
    b) Dry-fried Gan Cao is warmer and more tonifying. Located under Gan Cao (Chao) in the herbs list.
    c) Honey prepared Gan Cao is warmer and even more tonifying, better augments Heart and Spleen qi.

  • Gan Jiang (Chao)

    Gan Jiang (Chao) (dry Rhizoma Zingiberis)
    Properties: acrid, hot
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms Spleen, transforms thin mucous, unblocks channels, revives the yang, also stops bleeding due to deficient cold (especially if prescribed as Pao Jiang).
    Additional Notes: This is dry-fried Gan Jiang, we do not dispense raw. Dry-frying reduces the pungency making it easier on the patient. The effect remains the same. We also offer Pao Jiang which you can find in 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.

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  • Gan Jiang (Granule)

  • Gan Song

    Gan Song (Radix Et Rhizoma Nardostachydis)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, warm
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for awakening the appetite.

  • Gao Ben

    Gao Ben (Radix et Rhizoma Ligustici)
    Properties: acrid, warm
    Channels: Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Warm and releases the exterior. Particularly good for vertex headaches and headaches related to toothache. Leads into Du channel and so can be used for fibroids or vaginal pain from internal wind-damp.

  • Gao Ben (Granule)

  • Gao Liang Jiang

    Gao Liang Jiang (Rhizoma Alpiniae officinarum)
    Properties: acrid, hot
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms the Stomach, disperses cold, stops pain and directs rebellious qi downward. Very good for epigastric pain due to cold, also helps hiccups, belching, nausea and vomiting of clear fluids.

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  • Gao Liang Jiang (Granule)

  • Ge Gen

    Ge Gen (Radix Puerariae)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, cool
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also lifts qi to stop diarrhea, lifts fluids to stop thirst, vents rashes and reduces high blood pressure as well as alcohol craving (if the latter is the most desired action, Ge Hua is better).

  • Ge Gen (Granule)

  • Gou Ji

    Gou Ji (Rhizoma Cibotii)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver and Kidneys, expels pathogenic wind, dampness and cold. Also stabilizes Kidneys in cases of urinary incontinence and vaginal discharge from Kidney deficiency.

  • Gou Qi Zi (Granule)

  • Gou Qi Zi Certified

    Gou Qi Zi (Fructus Lycii)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Lungs, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Liver blood, enriches yin of Kidneys and Lungs, mildly tonifies Kidney yang. Also benefits essence and brightens the eyes.
    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.

  • Gou Teng

    Gou Teng (Ramulus Uncariae cum Uncis)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Extinguishes wind and stops spasms, drains Liver heat, settles Liver wind, pacifies Liver yang. Also releases wind-heat from the the exterior.

  • Gou Teng (Granule)

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  • Gu Jing Cao (Granule)

  • Gu Jing Zi

    Gu Jing Cao (Scapus Et Inflorescentia Eriocaulonis)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also good for brightening the eyes and headaches involving the eyes.

  • Gu Sui Bu

    Gu Sui Bu (Radix Drynariae)
    Properties: bitter, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies Kidneys, strengthens and repairs the bones, directs floating yang downward.
    Additional Notes: The name means “mender of shattered bones”.

  • Gu Sui Bu (Granule)

  • Gu Ya (Chao)

    Gu Ya (Chao) (Fructus Germinatus Oryzae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Gently reduces food stagnation while strengthening the Spleen and improving the appetite.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense dry-fried Gu Ya as it better strengthens the Spleen. A good one to choose when the patient is avoiding wheat or gluten (even though once sprouted the gluten content of grains is minimal).

  • Gua Lou (Granule)

  • Gua Lou Pi Certified

    Gua Lou Pi (Pericarpium Trichosanthis)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Cools and transforms phlegm-heat, frees the flow of qi through the chest, disperses constrained knots.
    Additional Notes: 12-15g is the most common dosage.
    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.

  • Gua Lou Ren (Granule)

  • Gua Lou Ren (Ground)

    Gua Lou Ren (Semen Trichosanthis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moistens both Lungs and Large Intestine, cools and transforms phlegm. Also promotes healing of sores such as breast abscesses. Some use its slippery nature to help the urethra.

  • Gua Lou Shi

  • Gui Ban (Powder)

    Gui Ban (Plastrum Testudinis)
    Properties: salty, sweet, cold
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Strongly nourishes yin of the Liver and Kidneys, subdues the yang, strengthens the bones and unblocks the Ren channel. Also nourishes and cools blood while tonifying the Heart.
    Additional Notes: Expensive. 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.

  • Gui Zhi

    Gui Zhi (Ramulus Cinnamomi)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, warm
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Warm and releases the exterior, also good for dizziness and palpitations due to thin mucous, and peripheral circulation.

  • Gui Zhi (Granule)

  • Hai Feng Teng

    Hai Feng Teng (Caulis Piperis kadsurae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, slightly warm
    Channels: Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Dispels wind-dampness, opens the collaterals, stops pain.

  • Hai Fu Shi

    Hai Fu Shi (Pumice)
    Properties: salty, cold
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Transforms stubborn phlegm, cools phlegm-heat in the Lungs, treats painful urinary dribbling by opening the upper source of fluid metabolism (ie. the Lungs).

  • Hai Ge Ke (Powder)

  • Hai Jin Sha (Powder)

    Hai Jin Sha (Spora Lygodii)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Bladder, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Stops painful urination, expels stones, reduces jaundice.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Hai Piao Xiao (Crushed)

    Hai Piao Xiao (Endoconchae Sepiae Seu Sepiellae)
    Properties: salty, astringent, slightly warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Stops bleeding, secures the essence, dries dampness, reduces gastric acidity. Also promotes healing (e.g. applied externally as a powder for damp rashes and sores).

  • Hai Piao Xiao (Granule)

  • Hai Tong Pi

    Hai Tong Pi (Cortex Erythriniae)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Spleen, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Very good to stop pain from wind-damp (especially lower back and knees). Also promotes urination and stops itching.

  • Han Lian Cao

    Han Lian Cao (Herba Ecliptae)
    Properties: sweet, sour, cool
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin of the Liver and Kidneys, cools heat, stops bleeding, blackens the hair. When stopping bleeding use with Nu Zhen Zi.

  • Han Lian Cao (Granule)

  • He Huan Hua

    He Huan Hua (Flos Albiziae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Relieves constraint, calms the spirit, regulates the qi, invigorates the collaterals. Also unbinds the Stomach and brightens the eyes.

  • He Huan Pi

    He Huan Pi (Cortex Albiziae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Relieves constraint, calms the spirit, regulates the qi, invigorates the blood. Also dissipates swelling and reduces abscesses, mildly stops pain and reconnects the sinews.

  • He Huan Pi (Granule)

  • He Shou Wu (Granule)

  • He Ye

    He Ye (Folium Nelumbinis)
    Properties: bitter, slightly sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, resolves summerheat, raises clear yang, stops bleeding.

  • He Ye (Granule)

  • He Zi (Crushed)

    He Zi (Fructus Chebulae)
    Properties: bitter, sour, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Directs Lung qi downward, transforms phlegm to stop cough, benefits the throat, restrains the Spleen and Intestinal qi to stop chronic diarrhea.

  • He Zi (Granule)

  • Hei Zhi Ma

    Hei Zhi Ma (Semen Sesami nigrum)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin, tonifies Liver and Kidneys, lubricates the Intestines. Also nourishes blood and extinguishes wind to stop headaches, dizziness and numbness (e.g. from blood or yin deficiency).

  • 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.

  • Hong Hua (Granule)

  • Hong Jing Tian

  • Hong Jing Tian (Granule)

  • Hong Teng

    Hong Teng (Caulis Sargentodoxae)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Large Intestine, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, reduces abscesses, stops pain, invigorates blood, disperses stasis. Like any vine, it enters the collaterals.

  • Hou Po

    Hou Po (Cortex Magnoliae officinalis)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Regulates the middle Jiao qi and directs downward in action, disperses fullness, dries damp, reduces phlegm, settles wheeze and cough.

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  • Hou Po (Zhi) Spring Wind

    Hou Po (Cortex Magnoliae officinalis)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Regulates the middle Jiao qi and directs downward in action, disperses fullness, dries damp, reduces phlegm, settles wheeze and cough.
    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.

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  • Hu Huang Lian

    Hu Huang Lian (Rhizoma Picrorrhizae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Liver, Stomach, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Bitter, so clears heat from both excess and deficiency, cools the blood, dries dampness. Especially for steaming bones and childhood nutritional impairment.

  • Hu Lu Ba

    Hu Lu Ba (Semen Trigonellae)
    Properties: bitter, very warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies primal yang, drives out cold and damp from the lower Jiao, treats pain from cold-type bulging disorders.

  • 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.

  • Hu Zhang (Granule)

  • Hua Jiao

    Hua Jiao or Chuan Jiao (Pericarpium Zanthoxyli)
    Properties: acrid, hot, slightly toxic
    Channels: Kidneys, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms the middle, disperses cold, stops pain from cold, kills parasites (especially roundworms), tonifies Mingmen fire. Also good externally as part of a wash for vaginal itching (usually together with Ai Ye, Huang Bai, She Chuang Zi, Bai Xian Pi, and Ku Shen).
    Additional Notes: Do not use internally during pregnancy.

  • Hua Rui Shi

    Hua Rui Shi (Ophicalcitum)
    Properties: sour, Astringent, neutral
    Channels: Liver
    Key Characteristics: Stops bleeding, disperses blood stasis.
    Additional Notes: Do not use in pregnancy.

  • Hua Shi (Granule)

  • Hua Shi Cao (Granule)

  • Huai Hua Mi (Chao)

    Huai Hua Mi (Chao) (Flos Immaturus Sophorae)
    Properties: bitter, cool
    Channels: Liver, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, clears heat, stops bleeding. Also cools Liver and brightens the eyes.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We offer both raw and dry-fried Huai Hua Mi, the latter is less cold but goes directly into the blood and is better at stopping bleeding. The raw and dry-fried forms are often combined. If raw is desired please select Huai Hua Mi (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Huai Hua Mi (Granule)

  • Huai Hua Mi (Raw)

    Huai Hua Mi (Raw) (Flos Immaturus Sophorae)
    Properties: bitter, cool
    Channels: Liver, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, clears heat, stops bleeding. Also cools Liver and brightens the eyes.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer dry-fried Huai Hua Mi, which is less cold but goes directly into the blood and is better at stopping bleeding. The raw and dry-fried forms are often combined. If dry-fried is desired please select Huai Hua Mi (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • 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.

  • Huai Niu Xi (Granule)

  • Huang Bai (Chao)

    Huang Bai (Chao) (Cortex Phellodendri)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also drains Kidney fire and resolves fire toxins, especially for damp-heat in the lower burner and legs.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We offer four forms of Huang Bai.
    A) Raw. If raw is desired please select Huang Bai (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Bai is dry-fried to be easier on your digestion.
    C) Jiu Chao Huang Bai is wine-fried for upper burner fire and skin. If wine-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Jiu) from the herbs list.
    D) Huang Bai Tan is charred making it best for stopping bleeding due to blood heat. If charred is desired please select Huang Bai (Tan) from the herbs list.

  • Huang Bai (Granule)

  • Huang Bai (Jiu)

    Huang Bai (Jiu) (Cortex Phellodendri)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also drains Kidney fire and resolves fire toxins, especially for damp-heat in the lower burner and legs.
    Additional Notes: This is the wine-fried form. We offer four forms of Huang Bai.
    A) Raw. If raw is desired please select Huang Bai (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Bai is dry-fried to be easier on your digestion. If dry-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Jiu Chao Huang Bai is wine-fried for upper burner fire and skin. If wine-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Jiu) from the herbs list.
    D) Huang Bai Tan is charred making it best for stopping bleeding due to blood heat. If charred is desired please select Huang Bai (Tan) from the herbs list.

  • Huang Bai (Powdered)

  • Huang Bai (Raw)

    Huang Bai (Raw) (Cortex Phellodendri)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also drains Kidney fire and resolves fire toxins, especially for damp-heat in the lower burner and legs.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We offer four forms of Huang Bai.
    A) Raw.
    B) Chao Huang Bai is dry-fried to be easier on your digestion. If dry-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Jiu Chao Huang Bai is wine-fried for upper burner fire and skin. If wine-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Jiu) from the herbs list.
    D) Huang Bai Tan is charred making it best for stopping bleeding due to blood heat. If charred is desired please select Huang Bai (Tan) from the herbs list.
    E) Huang Bai (Powdered) can be used internally, however is best for external use such as creams or ointments.

  • Huang Bai (Tan)

    Huang Bai (Tan) (Cortex Phellodendri)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also drains Kidney fire and resolves fire toxins, especially for damp-heat in the lower burner and legs.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. We offer four forms of Huang Bai.
    A) Raw. If raw is desired please select Huang Bai (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Bai is dry-fried to be easier on your digestion. If dry-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Jiu Chao Huang Bai is wine-fried for upper burner fire and skin. If wine-fried is desired please select Huang Bai (Jiu) from the herbs list.
    D) Huang Bai Tan is charred making it best for stopping bleeding due to blood heat.

  • Huang Jing

    Huang Jing (Rhizoma Polygonati)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Kidneys, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies qi, nourishes yin, augments the essence.

  • Huang Jing (Granule)

  • Huang Lian (Granule)

  • Huang Lian (Prepared)

    Huang Lian (prepared) (Rhizoma Coptidis)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness.
    Additional Notes: This is the prepared form, we do not dispense raw. We soak and drain the Huang Lian repeatedly to reduce its bitterness, then dry-fry it with ginger juice, making it quite easy on the stomach. Small doses (3-6g) are usually sufficient.

  • Huang Qi (Chao)

    Huang Qi (Chao) (Radix Astragali)
    Properties: sweet, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Raises the yang qi, tonifies Spleen and Lung qi, stops sweating, facilitates urination, promotes discharge of pus, generates flesh.
    Additional Notes: This is the Chao form. We dispense three types of Huang Qi:
    A) Raw: Which is best for promoting urination and stopping sweating as it goes to the surface of the body. If raw is desired please select Huang Qi (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Qi: Huang Qi prepared by soaking in water and a bit of rice-wine, which increases its tonification.
    C) Mi Zhi Huang Qi: Honey-prepared Huang Qi which induces the Huang Qi to travel internally and specifically tonify and raise the qi of the middle burner. If desired please select Huang Qi (Mi Zhi) 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.

  • Huang Qi (Mi Zhi)

    Huang Qi (Mi Zhi) (Radix Astragali)
    Properties: sweet, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Raises the yang qi, tonifies Spleen and Lung qi, stops sweating, facilitates urination, promotes discharge of pus, generates flesh.
    Additional Notes: This is the Mi Zhi form. We dispense three types of Huang Qi:
    A) Raw: Which is best for promoting urination and stopping sweating as it goes to the surface of the body. If desired please select Huang Qi (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Qi: Huang Qi prepared by soaking in water and a bit of rice-wine, which increases its tonification. If desired please select Huang Qi (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Mi Zhi Huang Qi: Honey-prepared Huang Qi which induces the Huang Qi to travel internally and specifically tonify and raise the qi of the middle burner.
    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.

  • Huang Qi (Mi Zhi) Spring Wind

    Huang Qi (Mi Zhi) (Radix Astragali)
    Properties: sweet, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Raises the yang qi, tonifies Spleen and Lung qi, stops sweating, facilitates urination, promotes discharge of pus, generates flesh.
    Additional Notes: This is the Mi Zhi form. We dispense three types of Huang Qi:
    A) Raw: Which is best for promoting urination and stopping sweating as it goes to the surface of the body. If desired please select Huang Qi (Raw) from the herbs list.
    B) Chao Huang Qi: Huang Qi prepared by soaking in water and a bit of rice-wine, which increases its tonification. If desired please select Huang Qi (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Mi Zhi Huang Qi: Honey-prepared Huang Qi which induces the Huang Qi to travel internally and specifically tonify and raise the qi of the middle burner.
    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.

  • Huang Qi (Raw)

    Huang Qi (Raw) (Radix Astragali)
    Properties: sweet, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Raises the yang qi, tonifies Spleen and Lung qi, stops sweating, facilitates urination, promotes discharge of pus, generates flesh.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We dispense three types of Huang Qi:
    A) Raw: Which is best for promoting urination and stopping sweating as it goes to the surface of the body.
    B) Chao Huang Qi: Huang Qi prepared by soaking in water and a bit of rice-wine, which increases its tonification. If desired please select Huang Qi (Chao) from the herbs list.
    C) Mi Zhi Huang Qi: Honey-prepared Huang Qi which induces the Huang Qi to travel internally and specifically tonify and raise the qi of the middle burner. If desired please select Huang Qi (Mi Zhi) 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.

  • Huang Qin

    Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also calms an overheated fetus (often combined with Bai Zhu) and reduces bleeding from heat in the blood. Sedates ascendent Liver yang.

  • Huang Qin (Granule)

  • Huo Ma Ren (Granule)

  • Huo Xiang

    Huo Xiang (Herba Agastaches, Herba Pogostemonis)
    Properties: acrid, slightly warm, very fragrant
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Releases the exterior, harmonizes the middle, transforms dampness, alleviates nausea. Very fragrant herbs are always useful when the tongue coat is thick as it breaks up damp, be sure to also use Ban Xia or Hou Pou to direct that damp downwards.

  • Huo Xiang Guang (Granule)

  • Huo Xiang Spring Wind

    Huo Xiang (Herba Agastaches, Herba Pogostemonis)
    Properties: acrid, slightly warm, very fragrant
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Releases the exterior, harmonizes the middle, transforms dampness, alleviates nausea. Very fragrant herbs are always useful when the tongue coat is thick as it breaks up damp, be sure to also use Ban Xia or Hou Pou to direct that damp downwards.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Ji Guan Hua

    Ji Guan Hua (Flos Celosia cristatae)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, cool
    Channels: Liver, Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, restrains and inhibits to stop many types of bleeding, as well as vaginal discharge. Can also be used as a wash externally for vaginal itch and discharge.

  • Ji Li (Granule)

  • Ji Nei Jin (Chao)

    Ji Nei Jin (Chao) (Endothelium Comeum Gigeriae Galli)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Bladder, Small Intestine, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Reduces all types of food stagnation, secures the essence to stop enuresis, dissolves stones (e.g. biliary or urinary).
    Additional Notes: We only dispense Chao Ji Nei Jin (dry-fried with vinegar) as this reduces its unpleasant odor and increases its ability to unbind the Stomach and reduce food stagnation.

  • Ji Nei Jin (Chao) (Granule)

  • Ji Su San

  • 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 (Granule)

  • 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.

  • Jiang Can (Granule)

  • Jiang Huang (Granule)

  • Jie Geng (Granule)

  • Jie Geng Certified

    Jie Geng (Radix Platycodi)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Lifts qi, soothes the throat, releases the exterior, transforms phlegm, expels pus.
    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.

  • Jin Qian Cao

    Jin Qian Cao (Herba Desmodii)
    Properties: sweet, bland, neutral
    Channels: Bladder, Gallbladder, Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Promotes urination, expels stones, clears damp-heat jaundice.
    Additional Notes: Should use at least 15g, but be aware this makes the script quite bulky, therefore patients may need more water.

  • Jin Qian Cao (Granule)

  • Jin Yin Hua

    Jin Yin Hua (Flos Lonicerae)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, vents and disperses wind-heat and warm pathogens. Also gently tonifies deficiency, enriches the blood and alleviates thirst.
    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.

  • Jin Yin Hua (Granule)

  • Jin Ying Zi

    Jin Ying Zi (Fructus Rosae laevigatae)
    Properties: sour, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Bladder, Kidneys, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Binds the lower Jiao to secure the essence, contains urination, halts chronic diarrhea.

  • Jing Jie (Granule)

  • Jing Jie (Raw)

    Jing Jie (Raw) (Herba Seu Flos Schizonepetae)
    Properties: acrid, aromatic, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Releases the exterior. Can be used for both wind-heat and wind-cold and venting heat in the blood.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. When charred Jing Jie can stop bleeding and is good for rashes and itch (in combination with Fang Feng). If charred form is desired please select Jing Jie (Tan) from the herbs list.

  • Jing Jie (Tan)

    Jing Jie (Tan) (Herba Seu Flos Schizonepetae)
    Properties: acrid, aromatic, slightly warm
    Channels: Lungs, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Releases the exterior. Can be used for both wind-heat and wind-cold and venting heat in the blood.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. When charred Jing Jie can stop bleeding and is good for rashes and itch (in combination with Fang Feng). If raw form is desired please select Jing Jie (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Jing Jie Tan (Granule)

  • Ju He

    Ju He (Semen Citri reticulatae)
    Properties: bitter, neutral
    Channels: Unknown
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for lumps and cysts (e.g. breasts and ovaries).

  • Ju Hong

    Ju Hong (Exocarpium Citri reticulatae rubrum)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for coughs.

  • Ju Hong (Granule)

  • Ju hua (Granule)

  • Ju Hua Certified

    Ju Hua (Flos Chrysanthemi Morifolii)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also brightens the eyes, calms the Liver, extinguishes wind and is antitoxic (Ye Ju Hua is more antitoxic if this quality is most desired).
    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.

  • Jue Ming Zi

    Jue Ming Zi (Semen Cassiae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cool
    Channels: Liver, Kidneys, Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also moistens bowels, stops headaches behind the eyes, calms the Liver and reduces cholesterol.

  • Jue Ming Zi (Granule)

  • Ku Shen

    Ku Shen (Radix Sophorae flavescentis)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Bladder, Heart, Liver, Large Intestine, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also disperses wind, kills parasites, stops itch and promotes urination. Often used externally for itch (in combination with Bai Xian Pi and Di Fu Zi).

  • Ku Shen (Granule)

  • Ku Shen (Powdered)

  • Lai Fu Zi (Granule)

  • Lai Fu Zi Ground (Chao)

    Lai Fu Zi (Chao) (Semen Raphani)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Transforms phlegm, reduces food stagnation, promotes the flow of qi in the Lungs, Spleen and Large Intestine.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. We primarily dispense dry-fried Lai Fu Zi as raw Lai Fu Zi causes vomiting (and is used specifically for emesis).
    In any case, be aware that this herb (while great for what it does) has a penetrating odour that is very noticeable, so patients may need to be warned that they may turn heads if carrying it home. Small doses (3-6g) are sufficient. If raw is desired please select Lai Fu Zi (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Lai Fu Zi Ground (Raw)

    Lai Fu Zi (Raw) (Semen Raphani)
    Properties: acrid, sweet, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Transforms phlegm, reduces food stagnation, promotes the flow of qi in the Lungs, Spleen and Large Intestine.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We primarily dispense dry-fried Lai Fu Zi. Raw Lai Fu Zi causes vomiting and is used specifically for emesis.
    In any case, be aware that this herb (while great for what it does) has a penetrating odour that is very noticeable, so patients may need to be warned that they may turn heads when carrying it home. Small doses (3-6g) are sufficient. If dry-fried is desired please select Lai Fu Zi (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Li Zhi he

    Li Zhi He (Semen Litchi)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, warm
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for pain, and for lumps and cysts (e.g. testicles, breasts and ovaries).

  • Lian Qiao

    Lian Qiao (Fructus Forsythiae)
    Properties: bitter, slightly acrid, cool
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, reduces abscesses and knotted clumps, cools the Heart and frees constraint.

  • Lian Qiao (Granule)

  • Lian Qiao Qing Spring Wind

    Lian Qiao (Fructus Forsythiae)
    Properties: bitter, slightly acrid, cool
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, reduces abscesses and knotted clumps, cools the Heart and frees constraint.
    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.

  • Lian Xu

    Lian Xu (Stamen Nelumbinis)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies and stabilizes the Spleen, Heart and Kidneys, calms the spirit, stops diarrhea, stabilizes the essence. Also used for excessive uterine bleeding and vaginal discharge. Re-connects Heart and Kidneys. More strongly astringent than lotus seeds but otherwise similar in action.

  • Lian Zi

    Lian Zi (Semen Nelumbinis)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies and stabilizes the Spleen, Heart and Kidneys, calms the spirit, stops diarrhea, stabilizes the essence. Also used for excessive uterine bleeding and vaginal discharge. Re-connects Heart and Kidneys.

  • Lian Zi (Granule)

  • Lian Zi Xin

    Lian Zi Xin (Plumula Nelumbinis)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also calms the spirit upset by heat, stops bleeding and binds the essence.
    Additional Notes: Use small doses as quite bitter.

  • 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.

  • Ling Zhi (Granule)

  • Ling Zhi (Red)

    Ling Zhi (Red) (Ganoderma)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Calms the spirit while augmenting qi and blood. Also tonifies Lungs and transforms phlegm.

  • Liu Huang (Powder)

    Liu Huang (Sulphur)
    Properties: sour, hot, toxic
    Channels: Kidneys, Large Intestine, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Kills parasites (especially scabies and tinea), resolves toxicity, stops itching.
    Additional Notes: Only use externally. We do not have prepared Liu Huang and thus it should not be used internally.
    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.

  • 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.

  • Long Chi (Crushed)

    Long Chi (Dens Draconis)
    Properties: Astringent, cool
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Calms the spirit, cools heat, suppresses childhood convulsions.

  • Long Dan Cao

    Long Dan Cao (Radix Gentianae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, drains excessive Liver fire and clears lower Jiao damp-heat, especially around the genitals (in which case this herb is essential).

  • Long Dan Cao (Granule)

  • Long Gu (Granule)

  • Long Gu (Powder)

    Long Gu (Os Draconis)
    Properties: sweet, Astringent, neutral
    Channels: Heart, Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Calms with heaviness, binds with astringency, secures the normal qi.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Long Gu Duan (Granule)

  • Long Yan Rou

    Long Yan Rou (Arillus Longanae)
    Properties: sweet, warm
    Channels: Heart, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies blood, tonifies the qi, calms the spirit. Also augments Heart and Spleen.
    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.

  • Lu Dou

    Lu Dou (Semen Phaseoli Munginis)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Heart, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clear summerheat, alleviates thirst, resolves toxicity. Antidote to poisoning from herbs (e.g. aconite) often used in combination with Gan Cao.

  • Lu Gen

    Lu Gen (Rhizoma Phragmitis)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Drains fire, also generates fluids, promotes urination and encourages rashes to surface.
    Additional Notes: Effective doses start at 15g but that makes the bags quite bulky, warn the patient they’ll need to add more water.

  • Lu Jiao Jiao

    Lu Jiao Jiao (Gelatinum Cornu Cervi)
    Properties: sweet, salty, warm
    Channels: Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies yang, nourishes essence and blood, stops bleeding.
    Additional Notes: Very Expensive.

  • Lu Jiao Shuang (Granule)

  • Lu Jiao Shuang (Powder)

    Lu Jiao Shuang (Comu Degelatinum Cervi)
    Properties: sweet, salty, slightly warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Heart, Pericardium
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies yang, however is not cloying or hard to digest, in fact is specific for patients with loose stool.
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • 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.

  • Lu Lu Tong (Granule)

  • Lu Rong

  • Lu Xian Cao

    Lu Xian Cao or Lu Han Cao (Herba Pyrolae)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, warm
    Channels: Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Dispels wind-dampness, tonifies Kidneys, stops bleeding. Also helps Kidneys grasp qi, nourishes the Heart to stop sweating. Can be used for palpitations with night sweats.

  • Luo Shi Teng

    Luo Shi Teng (Caulis Trachelospermi)
    Properties: bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Liver
    Key Characteristics: Dispels wind-damp, invigorates the collaterals, cools the blood. Also reduces swelling (e.g. breast abscess) and painful obstruction of the throat.

  • Ma Bo

    Ma Bo (Fructificatio Lasiosphaerae seu Calvatiae)
    Properties: acrid, neutral
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, light and dispersing, best for throat disorders due to wind-heat.

  • Ma Chi Xian

    Ma Chi Xian (Herba Portulacae)
    Properties: sour, cold, slippery
    Channels: Large Intestine, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, also good for colicky pain that persists after bowel movements (e.g. in dysentery), hot vaginal discharge. Also cools blood, clears damp-heat, stops bleeding and hot painful urinary dribbling.

  • Ma Chi Xian (Granule)

  • Ma Chi Xian (Powdered)

  • Mai Men Dong (Granule)

  • Mai Men Dong Certified

    Mai Men Dong Certified (Tuber Ophiopogonis Japnici)
    Properties: sweet, slightly bitter, slightly cold
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach, Heart (Lungs)
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin of the Stomach, Spleen, Heart and Lungs, clears heat, quiets irritability. Also moistens the Intestines.
    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.

  • Mai Ya

    Mai Ya (Fructus Germinatus Hordei)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Reduces food stagnation due to starches and fruits, facilitates the flow of Liver qi, softens areas of hardness, improves the appetite. Gently calms the spirit. Also used for all types of lumps and cysts.

  • Mai Ya (Granule)

  • Man Jing Zi

    Man Jing Zi (Fructus Viticis)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, cool
    Channels: Bladder, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat. Best for headaches and eye pain, but also stops joint pain (mild effect).

  • Man Jing Zi (Granule)

  • Mang Xiao

    Mang Xiao (Natrii Sulfas)
    Properties: salty, bitter, very cold
    Channels: Stomach, Large Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Softens hardened clumping of stool by drawing fluids into the intestine. Clears heat, drains fire. Also good for red swollen painful eyes, or red swollen lesions including breast problems (e.g. mastitis).
    Additional Notes: Do not decoct, add to decocted liquid at the end. Do not use during pregnancy. If prescribed we will bag separately to be added at the end of decoction.

  • Mang Xiao (Granule)

  • Mao Dong Qing (Granule)

  • Mei Gui Hua

    Mei Gui Hua (Flos Rosae rugosae)
    Properties: sweet, slightly bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also gently harmonizes blood and relieves constraint (i.e depression) especially in conjunction with Yu Jin.

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  • Mi Meng Hua

    Mi Meng Hua (Flos Buddleiae Immaturus)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Liver
    Key Characteristics: Gently drains fire, useful for brightening the eyes.

  • Ming Fan

    Ming Fan (Alumen)
    Properties: sour, astringent, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Liver, Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Restrains damp and resolves toxicity; also generates flesh and transforms putrefaction.
    Additional Notes: Only use externally. Often added to Huang Bai, Ku Shen, She Chuang Zi, Bai Xian Pi, and Ai Ye as a wash for vaginal itch.

  • Mo Yao (Granule)

  • 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.

  • Mu Dan Pi (Granule)

  • Mu Dan Pi (Raw)

    Mu Dan Pi (Raw) (Cortex Radicis Moutan)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cool
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, also moves blood, clears yin-deficient heat, clears Liver fire, drains pus and reduces swelling.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Use our charred form for stopping bleeding due to blood heat. If charred is desired please select Mu Dan Pi (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.

  • Mu Dan Pi (Tan)

    Mu Dan Pi (Tan) (Cortex Radicis Moutan)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cool
    Channels: Heart, Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Cools the blood, also moves blood, clears yin-deficient heat, clears Liver fire, drains pus and reduces swelling.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. Use our charred form for stopping bleeding due to blood heat. If raw is desired please select Mu Dan Pi (Raw) 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.

  • Mu Gua

    Mu Gua (Fructus Chaenomelis)
    Properties: sour, slightly warm
    Channels: Liver, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Transforms dampness, harmonizes Spleen and Stomach, alleviates cramping (especially calves but also intestinal) from contracting tendons and sinews. Also reduces food stagnation.

  • Mu Gua (Granule)

  • Mu Hu Die

    Mu Hu Die (Oroxyli Semen)
    Properties: sweet, bland, cool
    Channels: Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Gently frees Liver qi and moistens Lungs to help the voice.

  • Mu Li (Powder)

    Mu Li (Concha Ostreae)
    Properties: salty, Astringent, cool
    Channels: Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Secures deficiency leading to leakage and loss, stops sweating. Softens hard masses or nodules due to constrained heat and phlegm. Augments yin deficiency with floating yang leading to disorders in the channels of the Heart, Liver and Kidneys. Calms the spirit, absorbs acidity and alleviates pain (e.g. gastric acid).
    Additional Notes: 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.

  • Mu Li Duan (Granule)

  • Mu Tong (Granule)

  • Mu Xiang (Granule)

  • Mu Xiang (Raw)

    Mu Xiang (Raw) (Radix Auklandiae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for abdominal pain.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We also offer a prepared form for use when there is loose stool. If you would like the prepared form, please select Mu Xiang (Wei) from the herbs list.

  • Mu Xiang (Wei)

    Mu Xiang (Wei) (Radix Auklandiae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for abdominal pain.
    Additional Notes: This is the prepared form. We prepare our Mu Xiang by dusting it with glutinous rice flour and then dry-frying. Use our prepared Mu Xiang when there is loose stool. If you desire the raw form, please select Mu Xiang (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Mu Zei Cao

    Mu Zei Cao (Herba Equiseti Hiemalis)
    Properties: sweet, bitter, neutral
    Channels: Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also good for eyes (e.g. superficial visual obstruction and pterygium), stops bowel bleeding.

  • Nan Sha Shen

    Nan Sha Shen (Adenophorae Radix)
    Properties: sweet, cool, slightly bitter
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin of the Lungs and Stomach, clears heat, generates fluids, stops cough and also expels phlegm.

  • Niu Bang Zi (Chao)

    Niu Bang Zi (Chao) (Fructus Arctii)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat. Best for sore throats, also vents rashes and moistens the Intestines.
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. Use our dry-fried form if the patient has loose stool. If raw is desired please select Niu Bang Zi (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Niu Bang Zi (Granule)

  • Niu Bang Zi (Raw)

    Niu Bang Zi (Raw) (Fructus Arctii)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat. Best for sore throats, also vents rashes and moistens the Intestines.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. Use our dry-fried form if the patient has loose stool. If dry-fried is desired please select Niu Bang Zi (Chao) from the herbs list.

  • Nu Zhen Zi (Granule)

  • Nu Zhen Zi (Prepared)

    Nu Zhen Zi (Prepared) (Fructus Ligustri lucidi)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cool (or neutral)
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Nourishes yin of Liver and Kidneys, cools heat, brightens the eyes, blackens the hair. To stop bleeding, usually used with Han Lian Cao.
    Additional Notes: We only dispense the prepared form. To prepare we soak the Nu Zhen Zi in wine, then steam it. This greatly increases the tonifying effect while preventing the intensely yin nature of the herb from impacting on the digestion.

  • Nuo Dao Gen Xu

    Nuo Dao Gen Xu (Radix Oryzae glutinosae)
    Properties: sweet, neutral
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Stops heat from deficiency and night sweats due to yin deficiency.
    Additional Notes: 15g is usual dose.

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  • Ou Jie (Granule)

  • Ou Jie (Raw)

    Ou Jie (Raw) (Nodus Rhizomatis Nelumbinis)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Stops bleeding, removes blood stasis, but also astringent.
    Additional Notes: This is the raw form. We most commonly dispense charred Ou Jie. To make charred Ou Jie we wash the lotus nodes thoroughly as they are often quite dirty, then we char which is better to stop bleeding while reducing somewhat its stasis-removing effects. In this form it is very useful for bleeding in pregnancy due to blood stasis. Usual dose 15-30g. If you would prefer the charred version please select Ou Jie (Tan) from the herbs list.

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    Ou Jie (Tan) (Nodus Rhizomatis Nelumbinis)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Stops bleeding, removes blood stasis, but also astringent.
    Additional Notes: This is the charred form. We wash the lotus nodes thoroughly as they are often quite dirty, then we char them which is better to stop bleeding while reducing somewhat its stasis-removing effects. In this form it is very useful for bleeding in pregnancy due to blood stasis. Usual dose 15-30g. If you would prefer the raw version please select Ou Jie (Raw) from the herbs list.

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  • Pang Da Hai

    Pang Da Hai (Sterculiae Semen)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Gently cools and moistens the throat and Intestines for hoarseness, sore throat and phlegm heat cough.
    Additional Notes: Usually taken as a tea, putting one, two or three pieces in a cup and pouring boiling water over them. If giving to your patient as a tea select the herb and dosage in your prescription and then inform us in the ‘special instructions’ tab located at checkout that you would like it bagged separately.

  • Pao Jiang

    Pao Jiang (Blast-Fried Rhizoma Zingiberis)
    Properties: bitter, astringent
    Channels: Heart, Lungs, Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Warms the middle, stops diarrhea, consolidates yang, stops bleeding due to yang deficiency.

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  • Pei Lan Ye

    Pei Lan Ye (Herba Eupatorii)
    Properties: acrid, neutral
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dispels middle Jiao turbid damp, unbinds the Stomach, releases the exterior, useful when the patient complains of a metallic or sticky sweet taste in the mouth. Additional Notes: Do not use for a prolonged time.

    Pei Lan Ye is in short supply due to Covid-19. We have some in stock however we are managing our stock levels as Pei Lan Ye will likely be relied on heavily for treatment and prevention in the coming months(and supply is short worldwide). Contact us for more details.

  • Pei Lan Ye (Granule)

  • Pi Pa Ye

    Pi Pa Ye (Folium Eriobotryae)
    Properties: bitter, cool
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Directs qi downward to stop cough and settle the Stomach, stops nausea and vomiting.

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  • 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.

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  • Pu Gong Ying

    Pu Gong Ying (Herba Taraxaci cum Radice)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cold
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins. Specific for mastitis. Also good for red eyes and painful urinary dribbling from damp-heat.

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  • Pu Huang (Raw)

    Pu Huang (Raw) (Pollen Typhae)
    Properties: sweet, acrid, neutral, slippery
    Channels: Liver, Heart, Pericardium, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Stops bleeding, removes blood stasis, promotes urination (e.g. in hot painful urinary dribbling).

  • Qian Cao Gen

    Qian Cao Gen (Radix Rubiae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Cools blood, stops bleeding, removes blood stasis. Also disperses wind-damp to help painful joints. Can cool Liver and transform phlegm to treat chronic stubborn cough with pain in the chest from Liver heat affecting Lungs.

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  • Qian Hu

    Qian Hu (Radix Peucedani)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, slightly cold
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Directs qi downward, helps Lung qi disseminate to expel wind-heat, directs fire downward to dissolve phlegm.

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  • Qian Nian Jian

    Qian Nian Jian (Rhizoma Homalomenae)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Strengthens sinews and bones, dispels wind-damp painful obstruction. Slightly toxic.
    Additional Notes: Slightly Toxic.

  • Qian Shi

    Qian Shi (Semen Euryalis)
    Properties: sweet, astringent, neutral
    Channels: Kidneys, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Tonifies and restrains the Spleen and Kidneys, eliminates dampness and stops vaginal discharge.

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  • Qiang Huo

    Qiang Huo (Radix Et Rhizoma Notopterygii)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, aromatic, warm
    Channels: Bladder, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Warm and releases the exterior, also good for joint pain, leads into Taiyang and Du channels, so best for occipital headaches.
    Additional Notes: Expensive.

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  • Qin Jiao

    Qin Jiao (Radix Gentianae macrophyllae)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, slightly cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dispels wind-damp (but less drying than most herbs for this), stops tidal fever and steaming bone disorder. Clears heat from deficiency, moistens the Intestines and unblocks bowels.

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  • Qin Pi

    Qin Pi (Cortex Fraxini)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, dries dampness, also benefits the eyes and binds the Intestines (as it has a constricting effect, useful in damp-heat diarrhea, dysentery or ulcerative colitis).

  • Qing Dai (Powder)

    Qing Dai (Indigo Naturalis)
    Properties: salty, very cold
    Channels: Liver, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat, eliminates toxins, drains Liver fire, drains Lung heat, dispels summerheat and extinguishes wind to stop tremors and childhood fright wind.
    Additional Notes: Also applied externally. Should be added as a powder after decoction since it does not dissolve. Small doses (1.5 -3g). If prescribed we will bag separately to be added after cooking please inform your patient.

  • Qing Hao

    Qing Hao (Herba Artemisiae annuae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also clears summerheat and deficient fevers with steaming bones. Cools the blood and stops bleeding, checks malarial disorders causing alternating chills and fever.
    Additional Notes: Tends to cause loose stool if digestion is weak. Most effective if not cooked too long. If this is a key herb in the formula please write ‘bag separately’ in the special instructions box during checkout, and inform your patient to add to decoction towards the end of cooking.

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  • Qing Hao Spring Wind

    Qing Hao (Herba Artemisiae annuae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also clears summerheat and deficient fevers with steaming bones. Cools the blood and stops bleeding, checks malarial disorders causing alternating chills and fever.
    Additional Notes: Tends to cause loose stool if digestion is weak. Most effective if not cooked too long. If this is a key herb in the formula please write ‘bag separately’ in the special instructions box during checkout, and inform your patient to add to decoction towards the end of cooking.
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  • Qing Pi

    Qing Pi (Pericarpium Citri reticulatae viride)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, warm
    Channels: Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moves qi, also good for breast distention and lumps.

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  • Qing Xiang Zi

    Qing Xiang Zi (Semen Celosiae)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Liver
    Key Characteristics: Strongly clears fire from Liver to brighten eyes and direct qi downward, also good for eye pain, hypertension and dilating the pupil (if pathologically contracted).

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    Qu Mai (Dianthi Herba)
    Properties: bitter, cold, slippery
    Channels: Bladder, Heart, Small Intestine
    Key Characteristics: Cools heat, directs downward, invigorates blood, leads heat and fire in the heart and Small Intestine down and out through the urine. Can also be used for blood stasis causing amenorrhea.
    Additional Notes: Do not use in pregnancy.

  • Quan Xie (Crushed)

    Quan Xie (Buthus Martensis)
    Properties: salty, acrid, neutral, toxic
    Channels: Liver
    Key Characteristics: Strongly extinguishes Liver wind, stops spasms and pain. Tracks down wind, unblocks the collaterals and treats stubborn headaches. Also attacks and resolves fire toxicity in the case of toxic sores, swellings and scrofula.
    Additional Notes: We grind the scorpions when dispensed. Few complain of the taste. Expensive.

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