As low as 1 Teaspoon (5 droppers full) per day for small and sensitive individuals.
As high as 2 Tablespoons per day for larger and robust individuals.
Herbs can be taken at one time or dosed several times per day.
Average dose is 1 Tablespoon (15 droppers full) per day.
These herbs are most often taken mixed with a cup of hot water (like a cup of tea), but they can also be mixed with cold water or taken as an undiluted shot!
Ginger Root / Sheng Jiang
Albizzia Bark / He Huan Pi
Siegesbeckia Herb / Xi Xian Cao
Chinese Quince Fruit / Mu Gua
Gentianae Macrophyllae / Qin Jiao
Cyperus Rotundus / Xiang Fu
Oyster shell / Mu Li
Dodder Seed / Tu Si Zi
Eucommia Bark / Du Zhong
Loranthus Stem / Sang Ji Sheng
Angelica Pubescentis Root / Du Huo
Notopterygium Root / Qiang Huo
Millettia Vine / Ji Xue Teng
Polygonum Stem / Ye Jiao Teng
Peach Seed / Tao Ren
Turmeric Root / Yu Jin
Salvia Root / Dan Shen
Schefflera Arboricola / Qi Ye Lian
Safflower / Hong Hua
Achyranthes Bark / Huai Niu Xi
Peony Root / Bai Shao
Angelica Root / Dang Gui
Bupleurum Root / Chai Hu
Morinda Root / Ba Ji Tian
Drynariae Rhizome / Gu Sui Bu
Vaccaria Seed / Wang Bu Liu Xing
Cinnamon Bark/ Rou Gui
Corydalis / Yan Hu Suo
Cat's Claw/ Uncaria
Valerian Root / Valeriana Officinalis
Ginseng Root / Ren Shen
White Willow Bark / Salix Alba
Cramp Bark / Viburnum Opulus
Devil’s Claw / Harpagophytum Procumbens
Frankincense Oil / Boswellia
Licorice Root / Gan Cao
Organic Cane Alcohol (20%)
Reduction in pain, reduced stiffness, improved range of motion, prolonged intervals before/in between pain symptoms.*
Back pain, neck pain, knee pain, etc (basically any kind of joint pain), tendonitis, sprains and strains, partial tears, repetitive stress injuries, muscle aches, post workout soreness, acute pain, chronic pain, arthritis.*
If in doubt, always consult your doctor or a licensed health care provider before taking any medications, over-the-counter drugs, supplements or herbs.