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Jing Herbs, which has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California, is a formulator and manufacturer of the finest and most authentic tonic herb formulas available in the world. “Jing” was chosen as the company name from ancient Taoist text simply because it means the source, the foundation, the primal “essence” of human beings.
The company was founded and incorporated by George J. Lamoureux on 02-02-2002. With a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture from the prestigious Yo San University and an extensive background in clinical and tonic herbalism, George Lamoureux is considered one of the world’s top authorities of Taoist tonic herbalism, health, longevity, and nutrition.
George Lamoureux (founder of Jing Herbs) says, "(Herbalism) has become much too serious for a lot of people, that's not what it's meant to be. Herbalism can be a lot of fun, and it can really bring joy to your life. Don't get so stuck on dosages - play with it, experiment with it, see where it takes you. Sometimes you will make mistakes, it's not a bad thing. Lighten up a bit about it.."
A classic grounding formula (see ingredients) - unfortunately we're not allowed to say much about it, please do your research!
Please note, that dragon bone is made from ground fossilized bones which has been dug up from the earth, so is not suitable for strict vegans.
Bupleurum chinense root Properties:bitter, acrid, cool Organ Meridians:Gallbladder, Liver, Pericardium, Triple warmer Prepared Pinellia ternata rhizome Properties:acrid, warm Organ Meridians:Lung, Spleen, Stomach Zingiber officinale (fresh Ginger) rhizome Properties:acrid, slightly warm Organ Meridians:Lung, Spleen, Stomach Codonopsis pilosula root Properties:sweet, neutral Organ Meridians:Lung, Spleen Ziziphus jujuba (Red Jujube) fruit Properties:sweet, warm Organ Meridians:Spleen, Stomach Os draconis (Dragon bone) Properties:sweet, astringent, neutral Organ Meridians:Heart, Liver, Kidney Coptis chinensis rhizome Properties:bitter, cold Organ Meridians:Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach Concha ostreae (Oyster shell) Properties:salty, astringent, cool Organ Meridians:Liver, Kidney Cinnamon cassia twig Properties:acrid, sweet, warm Organ Meridians:Heart, Lung, Bladder Cinnamon cassas bark Properties:acrid, sweet, hot Organ Meridians:Heart, Kidney, Liver, Spleen Poria cocos sclerotium Properties:sweet, bland, neutral Organ Meridians:Heart, Spleen, Kidney, Lung Poria cocos paradicis (Spirit Poria) sclerotium Properties:sweet, bland, neutral Organ Meridians:Heart, Spleen, Kidney, Lung Rheum officinale (Rhubarb) rhizome Properties:bitter, cold Organ Meridians:Heart, Large Intestine, Liver, Stomach
Let’s face it. We know what needs to be done to be healthy and happy. Exercise. Eat right. Meditate more often. Take long walks in nature. Relax more often. But the truth is that life gets in the way of doing all those things we would like to do on a regular basis.
You need three elements – Vitalized Energy, Reduced Stress, and Increased Adaptability.
You’re probably already familiar with the word “Qi,” that loosely translates as “Energy.” Qi is also known as the second Treasure in the “Three Treasures” of Traditional Chinese Medicine and philosophy. The first Treasure is known as “Jing” or “Essence,” and the third Treasure is known as “Shen” or “Spirit.” Together, these Three Treasures form the foundation of health and longevity. Jing is a deep source of energy is meant to last us a lifetime and forms our basic constitution. Qi is the day-to-day energy we derive from the foods we eat and the air we breathe. Shen is our spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being; it is our connection to our higher selves, and that which makes us fully realized human beings. To be truly successful, you must have all Three Treasures protected, nourished, and balanced.
The only true state of health is perfect adaptability and capacity to manage the unrelenting physical, biological, emotional, and environmental stressors that we have to endure. This kind of stress requires assistance. The ancient sages and herbalist long ago discovered the power of herbs for maintaining homeostasis, and science is now backing that up. Assure your success in the face of life’s challenges with Jing Herbs.
50 grams per packet, 25 servings per packet.
2 grams (approximately ½ tsp.) two times per day. Mix with warm water and drink as a tea. Add to smoothies or shakes if desired.