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      Four Gentlemen Teapills
    Four Gentlemen Teapills,四君子汤

    Four Gentlemen Teapills
    ( 四君子汤 )


    It is a regarded classic Chinese herbal formula for supplementing Spleen Qi energy and promoting the digestive function.

    Category: HealthCare
    Herbal Medicine
    TCM


    Indication Si Jun Zi Tang is the basic Chinese herbal formula that supports Spleen Qi.

    Ingredients Radix Codonopsis Pilosulae (Dang Shen)
    Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae (Bai Zhu)
    Sclerotium Poriae Cocos (Fu Ling)
    Radix Glycyrrhizae Preparata (Zhi Gan Cao)


    100g / Bottle



    Four Gentlemen Teapills
    Codonopsis pilosula (党参)
    dangshen1.jpgdangshen2.jpgdangshen3.jpg Codonopsis pilosula (Chinese: 党参; pinyin: dǎngshēn), also known as dang shen or poor man's ginseng, is a perennial species of flowering plant native to Northeast Asia and Korea and usually found growing around streambanks and forest openings under the shade of trees.

    The roots of C. pilosula (radix) are used in traditional Chinese medicine. The roots are harvested from the plant during the third or fourth year of growth and dried prior to sale.

    The plant is shrubby and dense and has a tendency to climb, producing heart shaped leaves, light green five pointed bell shaped flowers with prominent yellow or light purple veins. The plant can grow up to 8-10 feet in height with roots 1-3 cm thick.

    Dried Codonopsis pilosula root The root is also used as a gentler and more economical substitute for Panax ginseng.

    Varieties

    • Codonopsis pilosula var. handeliana - (Chinese: 闪毛党参)
    • Codonopsis pilosula var. modesta - (Chinese: 素花党参)
    • Codonopsis pilosula var. volubilis - (Chinese: 缠绕党参)



    Panax pseudoginseng (Tianqi) (田七)
    Sanqi1.jpgSanqi3.jpgSanqi2.jpgPanax notoginseng is a species of the genus Panax. The scientific names for the plant commonly used are either Panax notoginseng or Panax pseudoginseng, and is most commonly referred to as notoginseng. The herb is also referred to as pseudoginseng, and in Chinese it is called 田七 (Tiánqī), Tienchi ginseng, san qi or sanchi, three-seven root, and mountain paint. Notoginseng belongs to the same scientific genus as Asian ginseng. In Latin, the word panax means "cure-all", and the family of ginseng plants is one of the most well-known herbs. Panax pseudoginseng is not an adaptogen like the better known Panax species, but it is famous as a hemostatic herb that both invigorates and builds blood.

    Notoginseng grows naturally in China and Japan. The herb is a perennial with dark green leaves branching from a stem with a red cluster of berries in the middle. It is both cultivated and gathered from wild forests, with wild plants being the most valuable. The Chinese refer to it as "three-seven root" because the plant has three branches with seven leaves each. It is also said that the root should be harvested between three and seven years after planting it.

    It is classified in Chinese medicine as warm in nature, sweet and slightly bitter in taste, and nontoxic. The dose in decoction for clinical use is 5-10 g. It can be ground to powder for swallowing directly or taking mixed with water: the dose in that case is usually is 1-3 grams. In the Bencao Gangmu (Compendium of Materia Medica, 1596 A.D.) it is stated: "On account of the fact that sanqi is a herb belonging to the blood phase of the yang ming and jue yin meridians, it can treat all diseases of the blood." Notoginseng is a herb that has been used in China quite extensively since the end of the 19th century.[3] It has acquired a very favorable reputation for treatment of blood disorders, including blood stasis, bleeding, and blood deficiency. It is the largest ingredient in 云南白药 (Yunnan Bai Yao), a famous hemostatic proprietary herbal remedy that was notably carried by the Viet Cong to deal with wounds during the Vietnam war.

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