RhubarbRadix et Rhizoma Rhei (also known as rhubarb root or Da Huang) is a herbaceous perennial plant in the knotweed family Polygonaceae that is closely related to edible rhubarb. While it is commonly used as an ornamental garden plant, it is one of the key herbs used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to restore metabolism, dispel stasis, and eliminate toxins, particularly those that have accumulated in the intestines. It considered a "yin-within-yin herb" that pushes out the old to create the new, expeling old filth in order to quiet the five yin organs.

Carrots of many colorsPacked with essential vitamins and minerals, carrot juice is one of the best fresh vegetable juices to consume. Because of this it is often used as a foundational juice in many combinations of freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices that are used to provide essential nutrients. Carrots are well known for containing high levels of vitamin A, which is needed for a healthy immune system and to promote good eyesight. When combined with juiced watermelon and lemon, the healing benefits of carrots are enhanced to produce an all natural detoxifying, rejuvenating, and alkalizing thirst quencher.

Ziziphus JujubaSemen Ziziphi Spinosae (also known as zizyphus seed, Suan Zao Ren, or sour jujube seed) is one of the most commonly used herbal substances in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is derived from the same Suan Zao or Zizyphus Jujuba plant that also produces Dao Zao, or jujube fruit, a commonly used Qi tonic. Semen Ziziphi Spinosae is actually the seed of the jujube fruit, and it is considered one of the most useful sedative herbs in the Chinese medicine pharmacopoeia.

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angelica sinensisRadix Angelica Sinensis, commonly known as Angelica root, is one of the more well known and widely used herbs in the world. It is considered part of the superior class of herbs and is found in many classical Chinese tonic herbal formulas that tonify or strengthen the blood and invigorate its circulation to moisturize, repair, and nourish the body. For at least 20 centuries, it has been used in the treatment of a wide variety of blood-related ailments, particularly anemia. And because it has been found to be especially useful in gynecological conditions, it has garnered the moniker "The Female Ginseng". 


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