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The The emperor´s treasure tincture is based on Rou Fu Bao Yuan Tang, a blend used in traditional Chinese medicine.
A modernised traditional mixture that is used to support the Xin Qi (Qi Heart) function and the whole system. The Xin Qi (Qi heart) pumps blood to the vascular bed. This maintains Xue (blood) circulation and ensures a good supply of nutrients and oxygen to our body. From a Chinese medicine perspective, we can weaken the Xin Qi with emotions such as grudges, excessive desire, guilt, sadness or excessive joy. All this drains the Qi's heart. Long lying or blood loss is also adversely affected. Qi's heart decreases with age. Xue (blood) herbs are added to the mixture that with the loss of Qi, may start to stagnate and form blockages, the so-called Xue Yu (blood stasis).
|Lu Ti Gen||Rad. pyrolae|
|Huang Qi||Mongolian milkvetch, root||Rad. astragali|
|Gui Zhi||Chinese cinnamon, twig||Ram. cinnamomi|
|Gan Cao||Liquorice, root||Rad. glycyrrhizae|
|Ren Shen||Asian ginseng, root||Rad. ginseng|
|Female ginseng, root||Rad. angelicae sinensis|
|Chinese peony, root||Rad. paeoniae rubra|
|Dan Shen||Red sage, root||Rad. salviae|
|Mai Men Dong||Dwarf lilyturf, root||Rad. ophiopogonis|
|Wu Wei Zi||Magnolia-vine, fruit||Fruc. schisandrae|
|Di Huang||Adhesive rehmannia, untreated root||Rad. rehmaniae preparata|
|Rou Gui||Chinese cinnamon, bark||Cort. cinnamomi|
|Tao Ren||Plum tree, seed||Sem. persicae|
|Hong Hua||Safflower, flower||Flo. carthami tinctorii|