Herbs and Teas

Two Tigers

A Highly Concentrated
Glycerin Herbal Extract.
Suitable For Both Women And Men.
8 oz. . . . . . 48 daily teaspoons

Dang Gui Root – Naturally rich in vitamins and nutrients including vitamin A, B12, E, folates, and niacin. It can dilate blood vessels, control muscle spasms, and increase the blood supply to various organs and areas of compromised accessibility. -And where blood flows, healing can occur. It contains antioxidants helpful in reversing the signs of aging.

Eucommia Bark – The primary tonic herb to strengthen structural competency in general and particularly at the lower back, knees, and ankles. It increases strength and flexibility in ligaments and tendons. As a longevity herb, it can enhance vital energies and increases the essence (jing) while decreasing blood pressure.

Sha Ren Gastrointestinal tonic. Impacts the digestive system to efficiently process all the ingredients in Two Tigers.

Royal Jelly – The exclusive food of the queen bee. Often referred to as the longevity food since the queen bee, although genetically identical to worker bees, outlives them by a factor of 40 to 1. This mysterious food contains the greatest known concentration of natural source pantothenic acid, the anti-aging vitamin, which reverses imbalances in the body’s chemistry.

Vegetable Glycerin – This is the preservative.

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712 Ortho tea concentrate

        16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons

Main objective: To speed physical recovery from a hard workout and prepare the body for the next hard work out.

Description of main ingredient: Rhodiola Rosea/Zhi Hong Jing Tian is a popular plant in traditional medical systems in Eastern Europe and Asia with a reputation for stimulating the nervous system, decreasing depression, enhancing work performance, eliminating fatigue, and preventing high altitude sickness… Rhodiola rosea has been categorized as an adaptogen by Russian researchers due to its observed ability to increase resistance to a variety of chemical, biological, and physical stressors. Its claimed benefits include antidepressant, anticancer, cardio-protective, and central nervous system enhancement. Research also indicates great utility in asthenic conditions (decline in work performance, sleep difficulties, poor appetite, irritability, hypertension, headaches, and fatigue) developing subsequent to intense physical or intellectual strain. The adaptogenic, cardiopulmonary protective, and central nervous system activities of Rhodiola rosea have been attributed primarily to its ability to influence levels and activity of monoamines and opioid peptides such as beta-endorphins. –From the web

Rhodiola Rosea/Zhi Hong Jing Tian
Nature and flavor: Sweet; cold.
Channel entry: Spleen, lung. Actions and Indications:

Fortifies the spleen and boosts qì for Spleen qì vacuity. As a single medicinal for spleen qì vacuity – fatigue, lack of strength, etc. Boosts qì to engender the blood. Also used for Lung heat cough.

712 Ortho contains:
In addition to Honey-fried Herba Rhodiolae Roseae/Zhi Hong Jin Tian:

Confirmed over millennia, the traditional Chinese medical experience is that the following herbs can each contribute to increase the movement of blood in areas stressed with extreme demands including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones. And also reduce inflammation, moderate pain, and replenish core energy. They repair and they reinforce…

Radix Ligusticum Wallichi/Chuan Xiong, Rhizoma Corydalis/Yan Hu Suo, Cortex Albizziae/He Huan Pi, Cortex Eucommiae/Du Zhong, Radix Dipsaci/Xu Duan, Radix Salvia Miltiorrhiza/Dan Shen, Flos Chrysanthemi/Ju Hua, Fructus Amomi/Sha Ren, Fructus Foeniculi/Xiao Hui Xiang, Cortex Cinnamomi/Rou Gui, Gumni Olibanum/Ru Xiang.

e35 and cc13 tea concentrates

Ancient people relentlessly experimented with the preparation of herbs for food and medicine. There were powerful results from peculiar herbal preparation methods during thousands of years of creativity. But that was then. Today, methods which do not lend themselves to high profit mass-manufacturing techniques are of no interest to entrepreneurs. And so the super-potent formulations remain out of sight. Here is a taste of that ancient creativity…

Tonics are typically used for the repair and maintenance of normal physiology. Herbs like the ones in e35 and cc13 are some of the most concentrated sources of vitality of any plant-life found on our planet. There are no herbs contained within e35 or cc13 that are rare or unusual to the practitioner of traditional Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. What is unusual is the complexity of the time-consuming, handcrafted preparation method – one that we did not ourselves invent, only re-create. This is the reason that e35 and cc13 possess the higher level of preserved essence – essence that was experienced by the Chinese elite 1800 years ago. According to traditional Chinese experience, formulas like these are able to increase energy production through normal, healthy channels, improve the body’s ability to regenerate healthy and capable cells and to nourish and regulate the organs of the body. A tea is made by adding one teaspoonful to water. When appropriate, e35 or cc13 can be served to patients before or after acupuncture to elevate the treatment. These tonics can counter the depleting results of an overly stressful lifestyle and are suited for almost anyone. They are especially helpful for athletes or others with unusually high mental and physical demands.

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e35 – A little more yang than cc13

Astragalus/huang qi, Angelica Sinensis/dang gui,   Eucommia/du zhong, Spatholobi/Ji Xue Teng, Lycii fruit/gou qi zi, Ginseng root/ren shen, Polygoni Multiflori/he shou wu, Schisandra/wu wei zi, Longan/long yan rou, Cardamon/sha ren, Cinnamom/rou gui, fresh Ginger/sheng jiang & Dandilion/pu gong ying, honey-baked licorice/zhi gan cao, Date/da zao, Royal Jelly/Seng Ru Jing. In a base of mineral-rich sea vegetables and microalgae. Some herbs altered by the prolonged exposure to the enzymes from fresh-pressed Hordei Vulgaris Germinantus/mai ya (sprouted barley) and other plant enzymes. And 16-20% alcohol to preserve it. -No need to refrigerate even after opening. 375ml (12.5 fl. oz.). . . . . 75 daily teaspoons – 16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons

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cc13 – A little more yin than e35

Cornus fruit/shan zhu yu, Schisandra fruit/wu wei zi, Ligustrum fruit/nu zhen zi, Longan fruit/long yan rou, Lycii fruit/gou qi zi, Cratagus fruit/shan zha (hawthorn), Mori Alba fruit/sang shen, Morinda root/ba ji tian, Honey-baked Licorice root/zhi gan cao, Cardamon fruit/sha ren, Date fruit/da zao, Citrus fruit peel/chen pi, Cinnamon bark/rou gui. In a base of mineral-rich sea vegetables and microalgae. Some herbs altered by the prolonged exposure to the enzymes from fresh-pressed Hordei Vulgaris Germinantus/mai ya (sprouted barley) and other plant enzymes. And 16-20% alcohol to preserve it. -No need to refrigerate even after opening. 375ml (12.5 fl. oz.). . . . . 75 daily teaspoons – 16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons


Black Pearl Juice:

Radix Polygoni Multiflori/He Shu Wu, Cortex Eucommia/Du Zhong, Radix Morinda/Ba Ji Tian, Fructus Zizyphi Jujubae/Da Zao, Radix Ginseng/Ren Shen, Cortex Cinnamomi/Rou Gui. 16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons

Therapeutic actions

As one the premiere tonic herbs, Radix Polygoni Multiflori/He Shu Wu, promotes longevity and enhances yin, blood, and essence.

Pattern discrimination

Premature aging issues

Intestinal DTX:

Cortex Magnolia/Hou Po, Radix Aucklandiae Lappae /Mu Xiang, Radix Bupleurum/Chai Hu, Immature Bitter Orange/Zhi Shi, Radix Angelica Sinensis/Dang Gui, Persica Seed/Tao Ren, Herba Taraxicum/Pu Gong Ying, Rhizoma Zingerberis Recens/Sheng Jiang, Herba Mentha/Bo He. 16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons

Therapeutic actions

Intestinal detox, revitalize GI energetics

Pattern discrimination

Toxic intestine syndrome

Qi Serum:

Radix Astragalus/Huang Qi, Fructus Schisandrae/Wu Wei Zi, Radix Salvia Miltiorrhizae/Dan Shen, Fructus Arillus longan/Long Yan Rou, Radix Polygoni Multiflori/Hou Shuo Wu, Rhizoma Poligonati/Huang Jing, Rhizoma Zingerberis/Gan Jiang, Honey-baked Licorice/Gan Cao, Fructus Amomi/Sha Ren, Herba Mentha/Bo He. 16 oz. . . . . 96 daily teaspoons

Therapeutic actions

Promotes a Calm, Focused, Power

Pattern discrimination

This is a Yoga, Qi Gong, and meditation formula

These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.