Five Pillars of Health

  • Jing
  • Qi
  • Shen
  • Adaptability
  • Women's Balance

Jing - The First Treasure

Jing, Sunshine, and rebirth!

Spring is the season for rebirth, growth, and hope. A time to start anew with fresh energy.

And sunshine is the source energy for all that wonderful new life sprouting all around.

We see nature start to grow and flourish and provide us with beauty, food, and uplifting energy of potential.

And all that potential life and reproductive energy is stored in the seed.

In Classical Chinese Medicine, we refer to that energy as Jing or Essence.

Your Jing Essence is what will power - and empower - that rebirth in all of us.

So for the month of May, Jing Herbs wants to support that energy as we bring our renewed purpose to the world with a new perspective and appreciation for what we and world has to offer.

What is Jing?

It is the root energy of the body. It is the lifelong core energy conferred upon you at conception from your parents and it's meant to last you your lifetime. When your Jing expires, so do.

It is your genetic potential. Your constitution. Your very own storehouse of energy and potential.

In life, it manifests as your sexual and reproductive energy. Your creativity. Your physical power. Your will power. Your drive and determination. It is your potential waiting to be tapped.

It is associated with your skeletal system. You hair, teeth, and bones. Your brain is an extension of this energy as is your marrow and regenerative powers.

It is the precious gift that's
meant to be protected, nourished, and balanced.

In Western terms, Kidney/Adrenal energy is probably the closest term used to describe that core energy in the body. And when it comes to addressing or replenishing it from a Western standpoint, the options are few and far between.

We understand what it feels like to have our deep reserves of energy depleted. Words like fatigue, burnout, and exhaustion come to mind when trying to explain that.

Rest certainly helps. Reducing stress stops the leaking of energy. But neither of those take a proactive approach to really recharging your battery.

Glandular supplements can sometimes be helpful, but for many, that type of option isn’t very appealing.

Vitamins, minerals, and nutraceuticals are important for helping regular metabolic function and are important if you have drained your body of those critical metabolic molecules, but again, they don’t directly support the refueling of your depleted energy.

The two components of Jing

Your Jing energy has two aspects to it: the Yin and the Yang.

The Yin is the cooling reserves of this energy and it includes the fluids of the body.

The Yang is the warming kinetic energy that includes the action of life, the function of the organs.

Think of night time as being the Yin part of the day. Cool and calm. And the daytime is the warm part of the day with lots of action.

They are an energy system that relies on the interplay and balance of both. And depending on your constitution, you will notice which one in your life is most dominant.

Here are three Jing Essence formulas
to help you recharge and empower yourself

Restore the Heart - JingHerbs
  • Support physical energy
  • Balance of Yin + Yang
  • Longevity Tonic

 

Restore the Jing combines the power of two Yang tonics, Eucommia and Morinda, and the restorative attributes of the classic Yin tonic Rehmannia 6.

It is a perfectly balanced longevity tonic to replenish and vitalize the core energy of the body, your Jing Essence.

This formula is suitable for just about anyone at it is neither too warming nor too cooling.

It helps to sustain energy and prevent burnout.

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Also available as an extract powder
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Cistanche copy here...

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Cordyceps copy here...

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Epimedium copy here...

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Eucommia extract powder  50 grams - JingHerbs

Eucommia copy here...

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He Shou Wu copy here...

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Lycium copy here...

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Qi - The Second Treasure

Qi (Energy) Tonics

The word energy has a very simple meaning in the West…

You either have the energy to do what you want to do - or you don’t.

Classical Chinese Medicine takes a different approach; energy is viewed as having several different sources.

Qi is your day-to-day energy.

It is the energy you derive from the foods you eat and the air you breathe.

Which is more important do you think?

In fact - it's the Qi from the air you breathe that's the most important.

Don’t believe me?

Well... try not eating for five minutes. What happens? Nothing really.

Don’t breathe for five minutes? Game over.

Breath deeply!

So let’s talk about Qi energy from the perspective of breathing.

In Classical Chinese Medicine, the Lungs are the source of this energy; strengthen your Lungs and you strengthen your day-to-day energy.

There are some superstar herbs for helping support this.

At the Top of the List - Astragalus.

It is the go-to herb for increasing Lung energy and vitality. It is an herb that can give you instant energy. Three to four capsules or a teaspoon or two will get you up and running in about twenty minutes or so.

You will feel that upright energy activate. Your breathing will become deeper. You will feel more energized.

Let’s talk a little bit about digestion...

Do you easily tire after meals?
Feel lethargic... Go into a "food coma"?

If so, you are not alone.

What that suggests is that your digestive power may not be strong enough to digest the food you're eating and convert it into usable energy.

You should feel MORE energized after meals - after all, you have just refueled, and should be good to go!

However, if you're not, there's a reason.

It could be weak digestion which we can help with herbal formulas like Ginseng & Longan or Restore the Digestion.

But it could also be that the foods you are eating are not compatible with your digestive constitution.

Many people love the taste of pasta, cheese, meats, and desserts.

That's all fine and dandy when you're younger and have abundant stores of Jing and Qi, but as you age, your ability to break down those types of foods becomes weaker.

Try and find what foods make you feel your best.

Cold foods tend to slow down your digestive fire; over time, it douses the flames of digestion completely and leaves you feeling bloated and full.

That is why cooked foods are generally more desirable when it comes to things such as hearty vegetables.

Eat your broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens, and other tough vegetables steamed, stir-fried, or in soups or stews. Lighter vegetables like lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, sprouts, and others are perfectly fine to eat raw.

 

Formulas for Energy
Here are our top formulas for day-to-day energy
focusing on Lung function and breathing.



(Ginseng & Longan)

Restore the Heart - JingHerbs
  • Supports daily energy, while promoting restful sleep
  • Soothes the emotions
  • Nourishes Spleen energy and helps build blood
  • Promotes healthy digestion
  • May help with light headedness upon standing

 

Activate the Qi (Ginseng & Longan) is a formula that provides energy during the day and helps you fall asleep at night.

It strengthens digestion, supports the building of blood, and has a calming effect on the emotions.

The Spleen and Stomach are the organs that are responsible for generating blood by transforming the essences from food.

When their function is compromised, the body has insufficient quantities of blood, leading to imbalances in the body, especially with the Heart.

Heart blood deficiency can lead to feeling more stress and unease. The blood building herbs in this formula start with Longan fruit, which nourishes blood and calms the Spirit, and Dong quai, which tonifies and vitalizes the blood.

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Activate the Qi extract powder 50 grams - JingHerbs
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Activate the Qi extract powder 50 grams - JingHerbs
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  • Provides boost in day-to-day energy
  • Cooling effect (As opposed to warming Asian ginseng)
  • Perfect energy tonic for those who "run warm"
  • Soothes internal heat from stress

 

American Ginseng increases day to day energy, replenishes vitality, and supports Lung function.

Even though it is grown in North America, it is a true Ginseng. However, unlike its Asian cousins, it’s actually cooling in nature rather than being warm or hot, making it a suitable energy tonic for those that are sensitive to the more warming ginsengs.

It is highly prized as an adaptogenic herb suited for those that are under stress and show signs of heat, as it will cool and vitalize at the same time.

It is also perfectly suited for woman after child birth and during menopause as it helps to maintain healthy hormone levels.

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Astragalus - JingHerbs

  • Quick boost to energy levels (~20 mins usually!)
  • Promotes a healthy immune system
  • Supports digestive function
  • Tonifies Wei Qi (Protective Qi, or external immunity)
  • Houses Upright Qi (Supports posture, and organ structure)

 

Astragalus root provides quick energy, supports the immune system, helps digestive function, and is considered one of the most important longevity tonic herbs.

Astragalus is a “qi” tonic according to Classical Chinese Medicine, as it directly supports the Lung and Spleen organs in the body.

By supporting those organs, you derive and maximize energy from the foods you eat and the air you breathe.

As an immune system tonic, Astragalus tonifies what the Chinese call "wei qi" or "protective qi" which is the energy that runs just below the surface of the skin.

It helps the body fight off external pathogens that you may be exposed to. Astragalus also houses what is call "upright qi" which is the energy in the body that supports upright posture and the correct position of the organs.

Weak "upright qi" can lead to organ prolapse, slumping or slouching, and general feelings of fatigue.

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  • Promotes healthy digestion
  • Relieves food stagnation
  • May help alleviate gas and bloating
  • Promotes feeling energized after meals

 

Experience relief from gas, bloating, food stagnation, and lethargy after meals with this time tested modified classic Chinese herbal formula.

Restore the Digestion will invigorate and strengthen a weakened digestion system and restore harmony to the Spleen and Stomach giving you more day to day energy as you extract more Qi, or energy, from the foods you eat.

While nothing can replace good eating habits, this formula can assist you when time and circumstances don’t allow you to make your preferred dietary choices.

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  • Potent liquid Lung Qi and Energy tonic
  • Support endurance, and day-to-day energy
  • Superb Lung function support
  • Replenishes deep energy reserves (Kidney Essence)

 

Increase your day-to-day energy with this powerhouse of Qi and Essence. This is perhaps the most potent liquid Lung Qi tonic in the world!

Three Brothers is a powerful Lung Qi and Kidney Essence tonic designed to provide endurance, energy, and Vitality. Three Brothers utilizes three super tonic herbs that strengthen Lung function and increase Qi.

Each herb is a superstar in its own right, and together combines to provide you with the ultimate Lung Qi tonic. Cordyceps is a Super Tonic herb that nourishes Kidney Yang and strengthens Lung function.

It has been a favorite of martial artists and athletes in the East for hundreds of years. Astragalus is one of the premiere Qi tonics as it increases Lung function.

Codonopsis also is a premiere Qi tonic that supports Lung and digestive function. Codonopsis also builds Lung Yin, keeping lungs moist and protected.

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Shen - The Third Treasure

Your Gift To The Universe

Shen is commonly understood as the Soul, or Spirit, or Consciousness - it’s the most refined of the Three Treasure energies.

It manifests as the expression of the spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being of an individual.

Shen is your connection to spirit, to your higher selves, or to your concept of a higher power, and it's the most important energy in the body to cultivate and protect as it guides our lives and actions in everything we do.

In Classical Chinese Medicine, we talk about the Shen residing or being housed in the Heart. One of the clearest manifestations of this happening is that during the day when you’re active, your spirit is expressing itself.

It’s what you put forth in the world on a day-to-day basis.

At night, in the Yin part of the day, the Shen starts to retreat, it starts to come back and consolidate in the Heart and that’s why we rest at night.

When that doesn't happen…

A good example of that is somebody dealing with insomnia. Much of the time, the reason for that is agitation of the heart; the Shen doesn’t feel comfortable residing there, so it stays out. Then you can’t turn your mind off, and you get that constant thinking all the time.

That’s the most obvious sign of restless Shen

Any kind of emotional instability, any kind of disharmony, any time you feel like you’re easily frustrated or if you feel emotionally fragile or sensitive to a lot of things is a sign of Shen imbalance.

One of the huge ones that we deal with as far as impacting the Shen in our society today is stress; that not only disturbs the Shen but it also affects another organ system in the body which is the Liver and that’s a really important thing that should be addressed.

Also sadness, depression, feeling blue, when you lose a loved one, when you’re going through a divorce, you’re going through a hard time, those all really impact Shen as well.

When we talk about the emotions and the organ systems, there’s always going to be a Yin and Yang aspect.

That "joie de vivre", and love of living life

Having really good Shen and having what the French call “Joie de vivre”, that love of living. That’s kind of a Yang energy because it’s very expansive and outgoing.

On the opposite end, when you talk about things like depression, anxiety, fear and those kinds of things, that’s a very contracting energy where you go into yourself.

It’s a very stuck energy as well, not moving, self-obsessed, and focusing continually on the negative and what’s wrong, and there are specific herbs and specific formulas that can actually help the body and mind cultivate the Shen energy to alleviate those negative thoughts and feelings…

Reishi Mushroom - “The mushroom of immortality” and “herb of good fortune;” Reishi has a really good effect on the Heart, and that’s because its taste and its flavor go to the Heart meridian. It tends to take a lot of that agitation and drain it out of the Heart, so it has a very grounding, centering effect on the sympathetic nervous system.

When you take Reishi you could literally be standing in a hurricane and you would be the eye of the storm, everything would be swirling around you in total chaos and you would be solid right in the center. That’s the kind of feeling you would get from Reishi.

A lot of times we can’t control what happens in the environment and the world, but our ability to control our reaction to it, we do have control over. And Reishi is a great herb for cultivating that emotional restraint.

Polygala, Albezia Flower - Both are important in bridging and maintaining the connection between the Heart and the Kidney energy; that’s the Shen and the Jing having a really solid connection.

The result is very rooting because we know that the Jing is the foundational energy in the body and if you think about the difference between that and the Shen which is very refined and etherea, it’s really easy for it to expand outward and upward; however, for you to remain who you are and be solid in that, having that foundation and anchor is vital.

Jing that anchors that energy in the body.

When there's a break in that connection, you’re not going to feel comfortable in your own body. In a way you might feel like an alien inside of your own skin, and it can lead to emotional instabilities and even eventually a breakdown.

When you have that connection you just feel more in the flow of life, you feel like things are just moving along and kind of going with the flow, so to speak, that “Joie de vivre” that I mentioned.

Formulas For Cultivating Strong Shen
And Living Life To It's Fullest!

Restore the Heart - JingHerbs
Peaceful Spirit copy here...
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  • Calm and grounded in as little as 30 minutes
  • Promotes free flow of energy throughout body
  • Soothing effect on the emotions
  • Haults fight-or-flight cascade of hormones

 

Challenges await us at every twist and turn in our lives. Even if they aren’t actively dangerous.

Our bodies react the same.

Our modern lives demand constant energy and focus. Whether it’s the next deadline, an important meeting, or maintaining relationships with friends and family.

As these responsibilities pile up within our minds, our fight-or-flight response is constantly triggered; persistently causing a build-up of stress hormones.

When prolonged, this cascade of stress hormones eventually becomes so dominant that your body loses its ability to manage them and return to a state of homeostasis, or balance.

All of the body's resources become depleted.

The organ most affected by constant stress is the Liver; it regulates the flow of energy in the body.

As stress constrains the Liver, the flow of energy throughout the body becomes restricted. The restriction in this flow is what causes us to feel tension and pressure while dealing with a stressful situation.

Bupleurum & Dragon Bone specifically works to calm the Liver, release the constrained energy, and re-regulate the free flow of energy in the body.

This formula stops the cascade of the fight or flight hormones in the body, helping you to feel calm and grounded in as little as 30 minutes of taking it.

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Pearl - JingHerbs

  • 8 of 9 essential amino acids (Near complete source of protein
  • Time honored, and unsurpassed, beauty tonic
  • Easy to mix in smoothies, tea, and coffee
  • Enzymatically activated, allowing readily available nutrients
  • Promotes peaceful spirit, and quiet mind

 

Pearl Powder has a time honored reputation as an unsurpassed beauty tonic.

It is said to improve irritations of the skin and to promote lustrous, clear, moist, and supple skin.

Legendary beauties of the Orient credited Pearl with keeping their youthful looks well into old age.

As if that wasn't enough, Pearl is also known to be a potent Shen tonic. It can help promote a peaceful spirit and a quiet mind. In TCM, Pearl has the capacity to clear the liver of excess heat that may cause irritability and painful eyes.

Our enzymatically activated Pearl allows all the amino acids, mineral, and nutrients to be readily available for fast assimilation.

Pearl may also enhance the activity of the powerful antioxidant SOD.

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  • Opens the Heart to joy and wonder
  • Uplifts the Spirit, and soothes the emotions
  • Masterful combination of 3 separate Shen tonics
  • Promote Shen that's vibrating at its highest quantum level
  • Ease worries, and puts a smile on your face!

 

All Shen roads lead to this formula.

Inspired by Jing Master Truth Calkins, this combination of three Shen formulas will absolutely keep your Shen vibrating at its highest quantum level.

By combining the Shen stabilizing attributes of Bupleurum & Dragon Bone, with the Shen awakening energy of Awaken the Shen, and the Shen expanding qualities of our wild-crafted Ye Sheng Reishi, the Quantum Shen Tonic masterfully gives your Shen everything it needs to flourish.

For those unfamiliar with Awaken The Shen...

No formula does a better job of opening your heart to the joy and wonder of this world than Awaken the Shen (Peaceful Spirit is the capsule version).

The chief herbs, Reishi, Albizia, Asparagus, and Polygala together put a smile on your face and melt your worries away.

Let your spirit soar and your dreams come true as you connect to your divine energy and cultivate happiness on a moment-to-moment basis.

Don’t let emotional distress, sadness, and feeling blue get you down any longer.

Cultivate your Shen...Stabilize your Shen...Awaken your Shen!

Ideal for: Anyone who wants to rocket their Shen to the fourth dimension!

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  • Crafted from organic Reishi fruiting body, and cracked cell Reishi spores
  • Raw extraction process, never heated above 118F
  • Adaptogenic and logevity tonic
  • Support and regulate immune function
  • Opens the Heart, calms the Spirit, and connects you to your higher self

 

Raw Reishi extract! This finely crafted Raw Reishi extract, from organic Reishi fruiting body and cracked cell Reishi spores, is a Shen lover's delight as well as a raw extract!

That's right. This extract uses technology that assures potency and maintains the integrity of the high vibration Shen constituents as it is never heated above 118 degrees F.

Reishi mushroom (also known as Ganoderma) is considered perhaps the greatest single herb in the Chinese pharmacopeia.

Often referred to as the “mushroom of immortality” or the “herb of good fortune,” this raw extract, when consumed on a regular and long term basis will, according to Shen Nong, “lighten the body and prevent aging, extend one's life, and make one an immortal."

It is an adaptogenic and longevity herb that helps to support and regulate immune function, protect the cardio vascular system, and support and protect the liver. But perhaps its greatest function is that of a Shen tonic.

It is unrivaled in its ability to open the Heart, calm the Spirit, and connect you to your higher self. It enhances wisdom and supports spiritual evolution and insight.

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  • Adaptogenic and logevity tonic
  • Support and regulate immune function
  • Promotes cardiovascular health
  • Support, and Promote Liver health
  • Opens the Heart, calms the Spirit, and connects you to your higher self

 

Reishi mushroom (also known as Ganoderma) is considered perhaps the greatest single herb in the Chinese pharmacopeia.

Often referred to as the “mushroom of immortality” or the “herb of good fortune,” this Ye Sheng (wild crafted) extract, when consumed on a regular and long term basis will, according to Shen Nong, “lighten the body and prevent aging, extend one's life, and make one an immortal."

It is an adaptogenic and longevity herb that helps to: support and regulate immune function, protect the cardio vascular system, and support and protect the liver.

But perhaps its greatest function is that of a Shen tonic. It is unrivaled in its ability to open the Heart, calm the Spirit, and connect you to your higher self. It enhances wisdom and supports spiritual evolution and insight.

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Adaptability

Want to change
how stress affects you?

Your body is always working hard to maintain balance to keep you healthy and thriving.

It uses a system of hormones to tell your organs what to do during every second of the day.

When you are continually dealing with stress, this self regulation mechanism becomes compromised and its ability to keep you in balance suffers drastically.

Our modern lives demand constant energy and focus, which in turn causes a build-up of stress hormones.

This cascade of stress hormones eventually becomes so dominant, that your body loses its ability to turn them off.

Your immune, digestive, reproductive, and cardiovascular systems don’t get the attention they deserve because stress is using up all the resources!

Imagine for a moment what would happen if you didn’t maintain your car, never had the oil changed, and never washed it or cleaned it out…

How quickly would it show signs of wear and tear?

Your body ends up with similar wear and tear, some of which you can’t see until years later.

The good news is that there is a class of herbs called adaptogens that help your body re-regulate and find its balance.

Adaptogens have the capacity to reboot your body’s “hormone computer” system to bring you back into balance and health.

They reduce the feelings of stress when they arise, provide access to energy during the day, increase mental function, increase endurance and tolerance, and help us to sleep at night.

While adaptogens can’t remove our stress entirely, they are able to improve how your body reacts to internal and external stressors.

This is because adaptogens have the ability to provide a defensive response to stress, allowing a more clear-headed analysis of what may be bothering you.

Your Body Needs The Proper GAS…

When we face a stressor, whether physical or mental, our body goes through what’s called general adaptation syndrome (GAS).

GAS is a three-stage response: alarm, resistance, and exhaustion.

1. The Alarm stage is what's most commonly referred to as the “fight or flight” response. It refers to the initial symptoms the body experiences when under stress.

Your heart rate increases, your adrenal gland releases cortisol (a stress hormone), and you receive a boost of adrenaline, increasing energy.

2. The Resistance stage is where our bodies begin to repair itself from the impacts of stress.

Once the initial “fight or flight” feelings pass over, our body enters the second stage of GAS.

Our adrenal glands release smaller amounts of cortisol, and your hormone levels, heart rate, and blood pressure begin to normalize.

However, while in this state of recovery, we remain on high alert. Our body will continue to excrete small amounts of the stress hormone cortisol, and our blood pressure remains elevated.

If the stressors are dealt with then, we can recover, and our body can naturally return to the pre-stressed state.

However, if you continue to remain under stress, you reach...

3. The Exhaustion stage, when our body gets used to constant stress…

Eventually, the elevated levels of stress hormones and high blood pressure become your norm.
In the exhaustion stage, you may think you've become better at dealing with the stress, but in reality your body has adjusted to tell you this is normal.

However, look for these symptoms:

  • Fatigue
  • Burnout
  • Always feeling blue
  • Excessive worry
  • Decreased stress tolerance

It may be your body telling you it's time to get a handle on the stress in your life…

Stop Stressing, Start Adapting

Great Adaptor - JingHerbs
  • Formulated with 7 potent adaptogenic herbs
  • Promotes balance, homeostasis in the body
  • Fortify your success in facing life's challenges
  • Regulates stress hormones to a normal level

 

This formula contains seven adaptogenic herbs, including superstars Rhodiola, Eleuthero, Reishi, and Gynostemma, which help reset the body’s endocrine system and bring your body and stress hormones back into balance.

The only true state of health is perfect adaptability and capacity to manage the unrelenting physical, biological, emotional, and environmental stressors that we have to endure.

This kind of stress requires assistance that only this class of herbs can provide. The ancient sages and herbalist long ago discovered the power of herbs for maintaining homeostasis, and science is now backing that up.

Assure your success in the face of life’s challenges with the Great Adaptor.

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Eleuthero root, also known as Siberian Ginseng, is a supreme adaptogenic herb that also enhances physical and mental endurance.

It nourishes the Kidneys and is beneficial for anyone experiencing general weakness or lack of vitality.

It is a favorite herb of athletes as it enhances oxygenation metabolism and circulation of blood.

Eleuthero has a positive effect on the metabolic state through maintenance of normal glucocorticoid activity of the adrenal glands and increased brain catecholamine neurotransmitter formation, both important for energy production and motivation of physical activity.

This herb is well known as an adaptogen to help with better withstanding stress during adverse conditions.

The adrenal gland becomes exhausted during periods of chronic stress leading to reduced output of hormones.

Eleuthero reduces the adverse effects of chronic stress on the adrenal glands helping to preserve its healthy function.

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Hidden from the world for hundreds of years...

In the mountainous regions of southern China where it grows wild...

This tonic herb is hailed as "The Herb Of Immortality."

Folklore from distant regions spoke of an energizing tonic used in a small village in the Fanjing Mountain.

Revered as a rejuvenating general health elixir, it's said members of that village regularly lived to 100 years of age as a result of drinking this tea.

The Herb of Immortality

The earliest known reference of its use dates back to 1406. Since then, modern scientific studies have shown its legend is no myth:

Dr. Tsunematsu Takemot, a Japanese scientist and herbal medicine research specialist, came across it when looking for solutions to stress-induced diseases.

Results showed compounds similar to those found in Panax ginseng(1), a known herbal tonic in China for over 2,000 years.

Called saponins or ginsenosides (which give ginseng its health producing properties), they are well-known biologically active compounds.

In fact, some of them even looked to be identical...

The Benefits Just Kept Coming

Encouraged by results in Japan, the Chinese government appointed Dr. Jiаliu Liu, M.D and a team of researchers to investigate.

They found аdарtоgеnic compounds in addition to mоrе thаn 100 different saponins, and went on to say:

"This herb from my native southern China that I believe possesses the most wide-ranging benefits for human health and wellness of any plant yet discovered. This may seem like a bold statement, but having studied this remarkable tonic herb for more than twenty years, I can assure you that there is strong scientific support to back up my passion for [it]"(1) - Dr. Jialiu Liu, M.D.

To date, over 180 UNIQUE saponins have been found in Gynostemma, along with a myriad of other beneficial compounds(2).

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Women's Balance

How Did Imbalance
Become The Accepted Norm?

If ever there was a reason to be upset...

A complete refusal to acknowledge the pain, cramps, hot flashes, and intense emotions that accompany a Yin deficiency by a whole field of medicine sounds like a pretty good one to me.

I'll sort of explain what I'm getting at here.

Have you heard of the concept of Yin and Yang?

In Classical Chinese Medicine Yin and Yang represent two universal, and opposing energies.

Their interaction is said to be what creates all of the energy in the universe, which is known as Qi.

What's important is to maintain a balance between the two.

If something is Yin, you can expect it to be a sort of more feminine, cooling, fluid, and healing, or a sort of condensing, contracting, collecting, and introspective type of energy.

In contrast, Yang refers to something that's sort of high energy, fiery, lots of movement, more masculine, and expanding outward type of energy.

Without that delicate balance between the two, anybody can succumb to suffering symptoms of excess, or deficiency.

If one has a Yin excess or a Yang deficiency, they will more often feel cold, reclusive, and more prone to feelings of sadness.

Excessive Yang, or a Yin deficiency, makes a person feel the opposite; no matter how may layers you strip off, there's no escape from the heat.

The Yin And Yang Of Hormonal Balance

Hormones are chemical messengers inside our bodies that give instructions for our organs to operate as they should normally. They work in a delicate balance, and are interconnected, and affected by one another.

For a woman, it's natural for hormone levels to shift during the menstrual cycle, spike during pregnancy, and then take a deep dive before entering menopause.

In Classical Chinese Medicine, hormonal balance is closely tied to the concept of Yin and Yang.

Although Yin and Yang may be opposite in nature, they depend on one another; one could even say they are a part of each other.

While menopause is a part of the natural cycle of things, and something that all women will face at some point in their life…

There's no reason to suffer through:

  • The hot flashes…

  • The night sweats…

  • The mood swings…

  • The irritability…

Tonic Herbs To Clear Excessive Internal Heat

Restore the Heart - JingHerbs
  • Clears excess internal heat from the body
  • Perfect for those with insomnia, irritability, and dryness
  • Promotes cooling and fluid generation
  • Dual prepared + raw formulation maximizes potency

 

Cooling and replenishing, Winter Yin is modified classic formula featuring American Ginseng that is popular for those experiencing hot flashes, night sweats, and adrenal exhaust.

This fast acting formula clears excess internal heat from the body and replenishes what the Chinese call “Jing” or “Essence.”

Rehmannia, literally translated as “the kidney’s own food,” is the Chief herb in this formula and both the prepared and raw versions are used to maximize its replenishing and heat clearing/cooling properties.

Winter Yin is perfect for anyone experiencing heat related symptoms during menopause such as insomnia, irritability, and dryness.

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The Liver is the organ system responsible
for the smooth flow of blood and Qi in the body.

It also allows for the free flow of our emotions.

In terms of the five elements, the Liver / Gallbladder corresponds to Wood; the associated season is Spring.

Ensuring that Qi and emotions can flow smoothly within the body allows for the birth of new ideas and visions.

Consider for a moment, if you will, a piece of wood, or more specifically, a branch from a tree.

When that part of the tree is strong and flexible, it nourishes the growth of the tree.

Our Liver provides us with the same qualities.

When happy and in balance the Liver supports us in return; it's the system responsible for our Vision on all levels, our mood and clarity of mind, and supports the tendons - giving us our own strength and flexibility.

Wood is controlled by Metal which is the element associated with the Lungs.

The Metal element, along with the Lungs, is heavily involved in purity - and the Lung system is a big part of our immune system and function as well.

While we should try to separate ourselves from things like toxins and harmful chemicals with detoxification, too much focus exclusively on detoxification can hinder the overall growth.

When each organ system is nourished and in balance then each is capable of cleansing and restoring itself.

In nature, for instance, the minerals in the soil are necessary for healthy growth; an overabundance of these same minerals, and the soil becomes inhabitable.

Without a proper supply of those minerals, trees can often look misshapen, have discolored leaves, or grow to be frail.

In this way Metal gives Wood the ability to express its true potential.

Nourish the Liver, and Let the Qi Flow Free

Experience the end of hormone related irritability and imbalances!

As Liver is the organ most responsible for maintaining normal blood hormone levels.

By regulating and supporting Liver function, Bupleurum & Tang Kuei, and Bupleurum & Peony both help to alleviate PMS and Menopause related symptoms.

Stress, diet, environment, and aging can all lead to Liver constraint, hormone imbalance, and their associated symptoms.

Harmonize your hormones naturally with herbs, and get back to feeling like yourself again!

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Dr George Has Dedicated His Life To This
So You Don’t Have To!

Let me tell you a bit about my dear friend Dr George and why he deserves your trust:

After having a profound experience with Reishi mushroom over 30 years ago, he discovered that health and healing was his path.

He went on to earn a doctorate in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine at the prestigious Yo San University.

Dr. George studied the Taoist healing arts with his teachers Daoshing and Maoshing Ni. The Ni brothers shared the wisdom and family tradition of an unbroken line of physicians dating back 38 generations!

He has spent the last 25 years dedicated to the principles of protecting, nourishing, and balancing Essence, Energy, and Spirit for thousands of clients who have sought his expertise. He has become one of the world’s top authorities of Taoist tonic herbalism, health, longevity, and nutrition.

Dr George Has Dedicated His Life To Helping You Achieve Balance, Health, and Longevity.

After having a profound experience with Reishi mushroom over 30 years ago, Dr. George discovered that health and healing was his path.

He went on to earn a doctorate in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine at the prestigious Yo San University.

Dr. George studied the Taoist healing arts with his teachers Daoshing and Maoshing Ni. The Ni brothers shared the wisdom and family tradition of an unbroken line of physicians dating back 38 generations!

He has spent the last 25 years dedicated to the principles of protecting, nourishing, and balancing Essence, Energy, and Spirit for thousands of clients who have sought his expertise. He has become one of the world’s top authorities of Taoist tonic herbalism, health, longevity, and nutrition.

Dr George Has Dedicated His Life To Helping You Achieve Balance, Health, and Longevity.

Have Questions?

Jing Herbs and Dr. George are there to help!

We are located at:
533 S Los Angeles St
Suite 502
Los Angeles, CA 90013
U.S.A.

Give us a call:
877-679-5464
213-873-4488
Or reach out to us by email:
info@JingHerbs.com

Customer Support Hours:
Monday to Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Closed Weekends and Holidays

Have Questions?

Jing Herbs and Dr. George are there to help!

We are located at:
533 S Los Angeles St
Suite 502
Los Angeles, CA 90013
U.S.A.

Give us a call:
877-679-5464
213-873-4488
Or reach out to us by email:
info@JingHerbs.com

Customer Support Hours:
Monday to Friday
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Closed Weekends and Holidays

Refrences:

  1. “History of Jiaogulan.” Majestic Herbs, https://www.majesticherbs.com/history-of-jiaogulan/.
  2. Chen, Po-Yen, et al. “New Dammarane-Type Saponins from Gynostemma Pentaphyllum.” Molecules (Basel, Switzerland), MDPI, 8 Apr. 2019, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6480664/.