Scientific Name: Angelica sinensis Considered a female ginseng, Chinese Angelica is used in TCM for a range of conditions including women’s health.Continue reading "Don Quai"
Scientific Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Used for both ceremonial uses and in a variety of TCM treatments said to have properties of anti inflammatory, arrest coughing, suppress coughing, improve steatosis of liver, regulate menses.Continue reading "Hibiscus"
Scientific Name: Epimedium grandiflorum Used for men’s sexual health.Continue reading "Horny Goat Weed"
Scientific Name: Artemisia princeps Used in TCM and Western Herbalism for sleep and dreaming.Continue reading "Japanese Mugwort"
Scientific Name: Platycodon grandiflorus The root of this species is used extensively as an anti- inflammatory in the treatment of coughs and colds.Continue reading "Korean Bellflower"
Scientific Name: Morinda officinalis Mulberry leaf is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).Continue reading "Mulberry"
Scientific Name: Artemisia absinthium Wormwood is most commonly recognized as an ingredient of absinthe, as well as a flavoring agent for other alcoholic beverages. Wormwood is highly psychotropic, and also exhibits antibacterial activity.Continue reading "Wormwood"
Scientific Name: Hedychium flavescens Stimulant, tonic, antirheumatic.Continue reading "Yellow Ginger"
Scientific Name: Glycyrrhiza glabra Common flavor additive in food, beverages, and tobacco. It has been used to treat gastrointestinal conditions such as gastric ulcers, chronic gastritis and dyspepsia.Continue reading "Cultivated Licorice"
Scientific Name: Bupleurum falcatum Bupleurum has been used in Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years as a “liver tonic” This plant has also been found to possess antidepressant properties.Continue reading "Bupleurum"