cc13 (Cherry Cocktail)

Drink cc13 often to maintain immortality.*

*Individual results may vary. –But it’s all good.

  • Helps to relax.
  • Keeps qi moving.
  • Builds rich blood to house the shen and nourish the mind.
  • You work hard; you deserve it.

Keeps practitioners sharp …….. One or 2 teaspoonful daily. Delicious.

8oz. 48 daily teaspoonfuls

16oz. 96 daily teaspoonfuls

A taste of ancient creativity

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 innovation. 1,800 years ago, herbal tonics were incredibly potent.


Today, herbal tonics are mass-produced in factories and dried herbal extract concentrates are made into pills and powders. Food  similarly prepared would be stale and lifeless at dinnertime. So too, once powerful herbs become stale and lifeless.

Created by master herbalists at the top of their game, ours is a re-creation we call cc13. It’s a complex formula handcrafted using the methods of generations past. It’s a taste of ancient creativity. The flavor, a palpable measure of potency, is extraordinarily rich and diverse.


cc13 helps to maintain proper energy levels, improve the ability to regenerate nourishing blood, and regulate the organs. This group of very potent herbs can counter the depleting results of an overly stressful lifestyle. While cc13 is especially helpful for athletes or others with unusually high mental and physical demands, this formula is suited for almost anyone.


Japanese Cornelian Cherry (Shan Zhu Yu)

“Tonifying Yang but stirring up no fire, nourishing Yin but causing no stagnation to the spleen-stomach, promoting astringency but letting no pathogen stay”.

The Herbs:

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
Mori Alba fruit/sang shen
Ganoderma mushroom/ling zhi
Cardamon fruit/sha ren
Date fruit/da zao
Citrus fruit peel/chen pi
Cinnamon bark/rou gui
Honey-bake Licorice/zhi gan cao