Concentrated Chinese herbal tea concentrate
An extract of Ginsengs, Schisandra, Astragalus, Chinese kudzu, Lo Han Kuo, Bitter Orange,
Chinese Blackberry, and Chinese Licorice.
Take a moment, still your energy and enjoy a
Take Energizing Tea now and feel energetic in a half hour. It is the perfect answer to combat fatigue and/or caffeine withdrawal. In addition to a quick energy boost, this delicious tea improves the body's ability to handle stress by promoting overall health. Enjoy a caffeine free energy boost everyday that guarantees improvement in both physical and mental performance without consuming excess calories or caffeine. Energizing Tea is a Traditional Chinese Herbal formula. It improves digestive strength and increases your metabolism, key factors in supporting any weight loss program. It works to boost in the morning, especially after a restless night. It is great in the late afternoon or early evening when you are tired after a full day. Unlike coffee, Energizing Tea will not keep you awake when you need a good night's sleep. It is a great beverage to balance the energy of those experiencing ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder).
Panax ginseng, Siberian ginseng, Schisandra, Astragalus, and Ginger increase Qi circulation and are balanced by the cool flow of energy from the Kudzu and Lo Han Kuo to the spleen, lungs, pancreas, stomach, kidneys, liver, heart, and muscles. The Bitter Orange regulates the Qi flow which allows you to feel your energy increase over a long period of time. Finally, the Chinese Blackberry and Licorice direct the Qi for maximum benefit. For chronic low energy, Kidney Enhancer is strongly recommended.
Directions for use Simply mix 1 dropper full (30 ml.) of your concentrate with hot or cold water or your favorite beverage.
Reduce serving for children: 1 to 5 drops for children under 5 years, 10 drops for ages 5 to 10, 15 to 20 drops for ages 10 to 18.
Well balanced Chinese herbal formulas normally do not have any contraindications to other supplements such as vitamins, but help and enhance the total function of nutrients and other medications.
Documentation of Individual Herbs
The information is not intended as medical advice, but only as education and as a guide in working with your health care professional.
Organ Affinity: Spleen, Lungs.
Effects: Boosts energy, immunity and sexuality. Strengthens male reproductive organs and adrenal glands. Improves the body's ability to handle stress.
Indications: Energy deficiency, weak pulse, asthma due to "empty" lungs, diabetes, heart palpitations, lack of appetite.
Remarks: Regulates blood pressure and blood sugar, promotes secretions of sexual hormones in men and women and promotes blood production.
Organ Affinity: liver & kidney.
Effects: Antirheumatic, analgesic, diuretic, tones ligaments and tendons.
Indications: Rheumatism and arthritis, cramps, liver and kidney deficiencies, weak lower back and legs.
Remarks: Strong antirheumatic. Improves sexual vitality. Good adaptogen. Used to treat cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. Improves physical and mental performance. Promotes overall health.
Effects: Astringent, tonic to kidneys, demulcent, antidiarrhoeic, antitussive.
Indications: Chronic coughs, asthma, thrush, profuse perspiration, spermatorrhoea, nocturnal emissions, profuse and frequent urination, chronic diarrhea.
Remarks: It is both astringent and demulcent. Excellent fluid balancer. Beautifies the skin. Strengthens liver function and the immune system.
Effects: Tonifies; diuretic, impedes perspiration, promotes suppression of abscess.
Indications: Energy deficiency, fatigue, prolapsed rectum, womb or other organs, profuse sweating, stubborn abscess, facial swelling, diabetes.
Remarks: Used as a cardiotonic, lowers blood pressure and blood sugar, improves circulation in flesh and skin. Strengthens immune system by stimulating white cell activity and production of interferon. Chinese herbalists use it to improve digestion and metabolism.
Effects: Diaphoretic, cooling, dilator of arteries and veins.
Indications: Alcohol craving, "hangover", treatment of glaucoma, headache, functional heart problems.
Remarks: Tonic for reduction of alcohol craving. Diadzin in kudzu blocks enzymes which cause alcohol poisoning (hangover). Helps with headache by improving blood flow to the brain.
Effects: Antipyretic, moist, calming and relaxing.
Indications: Digestive tract problems, sore throats, coughs, headache and tension.
Remarks: Effective for elimination of constipation, diarrhea or other digestive problems. Relaxes digestive tract. Relieves tension and helps reduce headache.
Effects: Regulates energy; stomach ache, anti-diarrhea, expectorant.
Indications: Dyspepsia, undigested food in stomach and intestinal tract, abdominal fullness and pain, constipation, diarrhea, oppression in chest due to phlegm.
Remarks: Bitter orange purges, helps heal digestive tract. The minor amount of the naturally occurring Synephrine combined with other phyto-nutrients in bitter orange may account for the decongestant effect. Nobiletin in bitter orange presents chemopreventation against certain cancers.
Effects: Kidney tonic, astringent.
Indications: Kidney deficiency, impotence, spermatorrhoea, premature ejaculation, urinal incontinence, bed wetting.
Remarks: Improves vision in liver and kidney deficient symptoms. A recent Japanese study indicated antiinflammatory effects and help with allergies.
Effects: Tonic; antipyretic, antidote, demulcent to lungs; expectorant; analgesic.
Indications: "Empty" spleen and stomach; blood and energy deficiency, toxic excess; swollen and sore throat; coughs; asthma; acute abdominal pains.
Remarks: Most common Chinese herb. Has benefits for all organs. Good tasting; slows and prolongs the effects of strong tonic prescriptions; emollient in peptic ulcers.
The Three Treasures: Jing, Shen, Qi describe three
concepts of energy and underly the philosophy on which the "Three Treasures Teas" were developed.
The Three Treasures Teas: Sixteen formulas to balance and
harmonize your body.