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YaoMedica tinctures are made from herbal blends used by traditional Chinese medicine. The process involves macerating the blends for 1 month in 50% alcohol. We use the same recipes physicians relied on as early as 2,000 years ago. Some traditional formulas are slightly modified to meet modern man’s needs.
Our herbs are imported from proven Chinese growers. The herbs are continuously tested to ensure that they don’t contain heavy metals, pesticides, or harmful micro-organisms.
Yaomedicatinctures only contain herbs (or rather Yao which contains herbs, minerals, or mussels) and 50% alcohol.
In case of tinctures, the herbs are macerated in 50% alcohol, or rather in a solution that’s half alcohol and half water. Mixed with water, the alcohol causes a similar reaction as boiling water, though more intense. The amount of active substances released is larger thanduring the preparation of wans.The length of maceration and method of dynamisation also play a vital part. YaoMedica tinctures are macerated for a month and dynamised each day. The amount of active substances is similar to that contained in wans, but their effect has been reported to be stronger. Tinctures resemble brews made from Chinese herbs.
We’re aware that most producers dilute the eventual macerated extract, often in a ratio of 1:1000 which turns the tincture into sort of a homeopathic medicine. We don’t wish to go down that road. Our tinctures aren’t diluted in any way after maceration.We want to offer our customers only strong and effective tinctures.
It all depends on where the herbs came from. We buy them from proven growers and take extreme care to ensure they don’t contain pesticides, heavy metals, or micro-organisms. All of our tinctures undergo laboratory testing so that we’re 100% certain they don’t contain any such substances. The creation of YaoMedica products is governed byHACCPand BIO standards.
Yes, they’re suitable for both children and drivers. When administered to children, it’s a good idea to pour 1 dcl of boiling water over the dose which makes the alcohol evaporate in about 5 minutes. We’ve conducted tests for drivers as well. If 100 drops of a tincture are administered, the blood alcohol wears off (or rather can’t be detected by a police breathalyser) after approximately 15 minutes. However, every person has a different metabolism, meaning that this information is only approximate.
If a customer suffers from serious health issues, it’s a good idea to consult an expert who’s well-versed in Chinese phytotherapy, e.g.Distributors ,or contact ourAdvisory Centre. If your problems are less severe or a tincture is administered as a preventive measure, you can choose a product yourself, simply by reading the relevant description.Due 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.cinskyherbar.cz or www.tcmencyklopedie.cz.
In the case of children, the dosage should be appropriate to their age and weight. The recommended dosage is as many drops as the child’s body weight in kilogrammes. If the child weighs 30 kg, then the daily dosage is 2x15 drops.
We recommend using tinctures on an empty stomach, i.e. at least 30 minutes before a meal or 60 minutes after a meal. Pour 0.1 dcl of hot water over the tincture, or drip the dose into a small glass of tepid water. Before you use the tincture,alwaysshake the bottle!
Yes, slight turbidity is perfectly normal. It’s a good idea to give the bottle a good shake before use.
This depends on the individual. Some patients report that their condition improved only after a few days. On average, chronic illnesses recede significantly in two or three months. A general tenet of Chinese medicine goes as follows: “A disease is treated for as many months as the years it lasted.” It’s also important to adjust your diet and overall lifestyle (if necessary).
This depends on the individual. If you notice any improvement after 2-3 months, you can use the tincture/s for a year or longer. If there’s still no improvement, a different tincture needs to be chosen. We recommend you consult our Advisory Centre about the change.
It’s recommended to use our products regularly. If you skip a dose, though, don’t worry about it and keep on taking the tincture as before.
Yes, but use them at a different time of day and always adhere to the “on an empty stomach” rule.
Keep your tinctures in the same dark bottles that they had when they were delivered to you, at room temperature. They shouldn’t be exposed to sun or high temperatures.