According to current EU legislation, this website can no longer present statements which might give the impression that our herbs or mushrooms have any kind of medicinal effect, even though traditional Chinese medicine has existed for thousands of years and been tried by numerous patients. We’re also unable mention any effects confirmed by contemporary scientific studies. Nevertheless, we trust in the common sense of our customers. Detailed information on herbs and fungi can be looked up online in publicly accessible sources. For example, valuable information is available on www.tcmencyklopedie.cz.
The poetically named Nose Breeze tincture is based on Bi Yan Wan, a traditional blend administered by Chinese medicine.
The blend has been typically used to maintain a free flow of Fei Qi (lung Qi energy) in the nasal region. Fei Qi can become blocked for many reasons, most often due to an incursion of pathogenic Qi, wind-cold or wind-heat.
Tongue: normal or thin, with a white (cold) or yellow (heat) furring
Pulse: may be pathology-free, or, if a nasal pathology is associated with an acute invasion, superficial and tight (cold), or superficial and rapid (heat)
|Cang Er Zi||Siberian cocklebur, fruit||Fruc. xanthii|
|Xin Yi Hua||magnolia, buds||Flos magnoliae|
|Fang Feng||siler, root||Rad. ledebouriellae|
|Lian Qiao||weeping forsythia, fruit||Fruc. forsythiae|
|Ye Ju Hua||Japanese catnip, flower||Flos chrysanthemi indici|
|Wu Wei Zi||magnolia-vine, fruit||Fruc. schisandrae|
|Jie Geng||balloon flower, root||Rad. platycodi|
|Bai Zhi||Dahurian angelica, root||Rad. angelicae dahuricae|
|Zhi Mu||Anemarrhena rhizome, rootstock||Rhiz. anemarrhenae|
|Jing Jie||schizonepeta (common chaste-tree/vitex-mustard)||Herb. schizonepetae|
|Gan Cao||Chinese liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|