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Female Ginseng

Female Ginseng is a herb from the family Apiaceae and are normally 40-100 centimeters tall. The stalk is straight with minor grooves with large cylindrical roots and stems underground.
Female Ginseng requires shade and coolness to grow and is most commonly found in temperate zones approximately 2,000-9,000 meters above sea level.
Benefits
- Improves overall blood circulation
- Helps dilate blood vessels/blockages
- Remedy for menstrual pain
- Aids with pre-menstrual syndrome
- Treats menstrual disorders, irregular menstrual cycles
- Treats menstrual clots
- Helps with hot flashes for women during menopause
Harvest
It has a cultivation period of 2-3 years and can be harvested towards the end of spring. Simply pluck the leaves, remove the stem, and wash off the soil.
Expose to fire till it hardens.

Safflower

Originating in the Middle East, the safflower is a highly branched, herbaceous, thistle-like annual plant.
Plants are 40-130 centimeters tall. It has a short life-expectancy, high drought tolerance and grows well in areas with elevations below 1,000 meters. The optimum temperature for Safflower to blossom is 24-32 degrees Celsius.ง
Benefits
- Improves blood circulation
- Dilates blood vessels
- Reduces pain, swelling, and bruising
- Aids with symptoms of arthritis
Harvest
Safflowers have a cultivation period 80-120 days before harvest.
Safflowers can be picked once its colour changes from yellow to red. Dry out in a shaded area.ง

Myrrh

Myrrh is a deciduous shrub which grows to be approximately 4 meters tall. It often grows on limestone and is most common in the Arabian and African regions.
When the stems of this plant cracks or is slit, it produces a yellowish/brownish rubber that hardens when dried out.
Benefits
- Improves blood circulation
- Pain relief
- Reduce muscle swelling
- Ideal for treating injuries resulting from falling
Harvest
Normally harvested in June, July, and November.
Peel off the outer shell and remove impurities.

Wild Ginger

Wild Ginger has been used as a herbal remedy for over 2000 years. It is of the Aristolochia family and is coming found at 1200- 2100 meters above sea level.
Benefits
- Treat and alleviate pain symptoms
- Removes gas, humidity
Harvest
Commonly harvested during the summer as it ripens.
Simply clean, remove sludge, and store in a clean dry area.

Baikal Skullcap

Baikal Skullcap is a species of flowering plant in the Lamiaceae family. It can be found in Siberia, Mongolia, eastern regions of Russia, China, and Korea.
The root is brownish yellow with a reddish line running through its center.
Benefits
- Detoxes
- Boosts immunity
- Stops bleeding
- Reduces intercostal muscle pain
Harvest
This herb is normally harvested in November-December. Remove roots and soil.
After drying, remove the thick shell.

Radix Clematidis

Grows in elevations of 160 to 1000 meters, its roots have been used widely in traditional medicine to treat various symptoms of muscle pain and bone degeneration.
Benefits
- Removes excess gas and humidity
- Relieves pain
- Remedies leg and arm numbness
Harvest
Usually harvest during spring. Simply remove sludge and dry.

Borneolum

Borneal is from the Dipterocarpaceae family and is an upright plant which grows to be approximately 70 meters. Once the resin is sublimated it turns into a clear crystal.
Benefits
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Reduces bruising
- Reduces swelling
Harvest
Harvested when the resin dries, steam after cooling to crystalize

Fabaceae

Fabaceae, or legumes, grow to approximately 40-90 cm. tall. They are an upright plant with yellowish roots.
The flower head is flat approximately 2.4-5.5 cm. wide and is commonly found at 300 to 2700 meters above sea level.
Benefits
- Reduces pain and swelling
- Reduces bruising
Harvest
This plant can be harvested all year round.
After cleaning and drying, grind it into a powder.

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