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Chinese herbs and plants for health

In the extensive natural and traditional pharmacy that Chinese medicine has bequeathed us, there is a group of Chinese plants that have become one of the most precious.

It is made up of the category of Chinese herbs, known as but yak, or tonic remedies, which are considered by the Chinese as “superior herbs.”

One of the basic ideas of Traditional Chinese Medicine is to learn to keep the body healthy, prevent disease, prolong life, and strengthen vitality.

These herbs have an important activity as stimulants of the glands and vital organs, strengthening at the same time the three basic systems that most depend on the secretions of vital essence: brain activity, immunity ( increase the defenses ) and sexual potency.

Types of Chinese plants and herbs

  • Ran sheen: It is known as ran sheen, but in the West we know it as ginseng. It is ideal for replenishing energy, strengthening immunity, increasing blood supply to the brain, slowing down aging and fighting weakness.
  • Shi Chuang Tzu: It is a tonic considered as Yang, which stimulates and boosts the energy of the kidneys while being very effective for male and female sexual insufficiency.
  • Shoo Di Huang: Helps to purify and nourish the blood, stimulating hormonal secretions and promoting kidney activity, while toning the small and large intestines.
  • Gou Jib Tzu: Improves the quality of both semen and blood, and is a longevity tonic. It is a good calming of the nervous system and of the heart, and strengthens both the back and the knees, at the same time that it reinforces the treatment of diabetes and helps against impotence.
  • Du Jung: Lowers blood pressure and strengthens both liver and kidneys, relieving low back pain. Helps calm the baby during pregnancy and prevent miscarriages. Like ran sheen, it is a sex tonic for men.
  • Dang Guy: Promotes circulation by toning the spleen, liver and blood. In women it corrects menstrual disorders, as well as being a good sedative for nervous tension, strengthening muscular endurance.

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