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Chinese Cinnamon

Chinese Cinnamon is a deciduous plant originating from southern China which is widely cultivated in southern and eastern Asia.
Chinese Cinnamon is a medium-sized plant which grows to be approximately 10-15 meters tall. Its’ bark is round and dark grey with longitudinal cracks. The inner leaf is crimson red and highly fragrant.
- Helps dissolve blood clots
- Dilates blood vessels for better circulation
Using a knife, scrape and remove the outer shell. Then peel off the inner shell from the stem.
Alternate placing the herb in shade and under sunlight for approximately 5 days. While drying, pull the ends of both sides together.
Once the shell is completely dry, tie them together.

Liquorice Root

Liqourice Root is a perennial plant with several large roots. Its trunks has trichomes (hair) and its outer shell is maroon/dark brown.
- Helps to relieve symptoms of fatigue / chronic fatigue
- Alleviates chronic muscle pain
- Reduces inflammation
- Replenishes qi (vital energy)
The liqourice Root is normally harvested in sprint, autumn, and during the monsoon season
Remove the roots and petioles, cut into long pieces. Grind and mix using special traditional technique.

Notopterygium Root

Notopterygim Root is a perennial herb native to China. Its roots and rhizome have long been used for their medicinal properties.
It is commonly found a long river banks at approximately 1500-4500 meters above sea level. It is an ideal herb for spinal diseases and pain in the upper body and the back of the head.
- Alleviates pain
- Removes wind
- Removes excess humidity
This herb typically blooms in July and is harvested between August and September. Remove the roots and soil, leave to dry.

White Peony Root

White Peony is thought to be the oldest and most important remedy in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
This beloved herb can be found in Central and Eastern Asia, from Tibet to the north of China and all the way to Siberia.
It has beautiful, large, circular, and fragrant petals. It is known for boosting liver and cardiovascular function.
- Nourishes blood
- Reduces perspirationด
- Alleviates pain and headaches
- Helps prevent liver fibrosis
- Helps prevent Anemia
For medicinal purposes, peony roots are harvested in August through October, after 4 to 5 years of growth.
The roots are cleaned and washed. The root bark is then easily removed by scraping with a bamboo knife or broken piece of porcelain.
An alternate simple method is to scrape off the root bark right after harvesting, and then boil the root for 5 to 15 minutes until the interior is soft.
After either method, the roots are dried in the sun before cutting into slices.

Root of Doubleteeth Pubescent Angelica

This is a bush-like plant which grows at elevations approximately 1200-2000 meters above sea level.
- Anti-inflammatory
- Reduces joint pain
- Relieves rheumatic pain or pain experienced in cold lower limbs
This herb is normally harvested in spring after germination.
Remove the roots and clean off sludge. Bake half, leave to sit for 2-3 days, and then dry out the rest.

Romulus Uncariae Cum Uncis

This perennial herb grows best in warm, humid climates at elevations approximately 800 meters above sea level.
- Reduces nausea, dizziness
- Rebalances your Chi
This herb is collected in spring and autumn through to winter.
Remove leaves, cut into segments, and dry in the sun.


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.
- Reduces pain and inflammation
- Reduces bruising
- Reduces swelling
Harvested when the resin dries, steam after cooling to crystalize

Gastrodia Elata

Gastrodia Elata is a saprophytic perennial herb in the Orchidaceae family. It is found in China, Nepal, Bhutan, India, Japan, North Korea, Siberia, and Taiwan at elevations of 400-3200 meters.
- Improves blood circulation
- Reduce dizziness and nausea
Based on the different harvesting time, there are two types of gastrodia herbs – Dong Ma (winter) and Chun Ma (spring).
In general the one dug up in winter when the stem perishes is considered better in medicinal properties than the one dug in spring when they germinate.
After the herb is dug up remove the smaller roots clean off the soil and wash the outer shell, leave to dry.

Fructus Arctii

Fructus Arctii is the ripe fruit of a biennial herbaceous plant of the Compositae family.
- Alleviates pain
- Removes toxins and wind
Should be harvested in spring when ripe. Dry out, clean any impurities, then leave to dry again. Grind to a powder.

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