Adaptogens are not cutting-edge science and technology. In fact, they could describe all substances in Chinese herbal medicine.
Read the science behind Concealing Dragon and Lulling Tiger, two medicinal teas custom-blended to optimize your health.
Scientific research supports the long-standing role of licorice root in Chinese medicine for reducing inflammation.
Scientific research supports the long-standing role of cinnamon in Chinese medicine for heart health.
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Cordyceps are a new nutraceuticals trend. But the history of Cordyceps in Chinese medicine goes back a long way.
How/when to use Chinese herbalism seems to be a source of confusion.
Ginger has been in the Chinese medicine toolkit for centuries. Now Western research shows how it might work.
Western study provides confirmation of the Chinese herbalists view on honey.
Nutraceuticals are not a new idea. In fact, nutraceuticals and Chinese medicine are linked by many common principles.