Chinese herbal tonic compared to the traditional ways of cooking raw herbs
Chinese herbal tonic compared to the traditional herbal formula cooking method
Herbal tonic is a little different from the traditional ways of preparing and cooking herbs on a stove top. Because a tonic is herbs combining some types of alcohol. It works better for certain conditions and should be careful if you cannot tolerate too much alcohol or drink too often.
Watch the video below explained by Rob Wulforst, a Chinese herbalist, and licensed acupuncturist. He also discussed some traditional ways of processing or preparing the Chinese herbal formulas by adding certain herbs to modify the function of the formula.
Dampness is a common body type in Chinese medicine especially in summer time. It makes you tired, feel heavy and puffy all the time. This article shows you how to reverse the dampness and regain health.
10 tea mix ideas to try including herbal teas and Chinese teas. Have fun making your own tea drinks with mix and match of loose tea, fruit and flowers.
Chinese medicine’s view of weight loss and the cause of obesity. Rob Wulforst talks about the myth, common causes and ways to lose weight in the video.
This video is about Chinese herbal preparation methods and popular forms to take, including powder, granule, syrup, pill, tea and so on. There are also various ways of processing the herbs to modify the function.
This video by Rob Wulforst explains the difference of the Chinese herbal tonics and the traditional ways of cooking formula on a stove top. Also discuss adding different herbs to modify the function.
Here is a simple DIY project to mix your own herbal bath soak or foot soak. It is also a nice spa gift for relaxation and self-care.
San Huang San is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that is very strong in clearing heat and reduce dampness. Use externally as a paste or alcohol rub, it can reduce inflammation or swelling of muscle injury in a very short time.
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Here are 9 tips on sleeping better naturally, including the use of the Chinese herbs and lifestyle change. There are too much stimulant and stress in our society now, but insomnia can really hurt your health in the long run if we don't correct the problem.
In the video, Rob shows how the Wu Jia Pi wine looks like after 3 months of brewing. He also answers questions about the herbal formula and making Wu Jia Pi herbal wine at home.