The lotus flower produces edible seeds which you can eat cooked or raw. Lotus seeds are harvested in August and September and then dried in the sunlight. Lotus seeds are valued for its nutritional and healing properties in Chinese medicine for thousands of years, and are used in many recipes as well as herbal formulas. […]

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Dragon Eye Fruit, also known as “Longan”, is the Chinese Miracle Fruit with a 3000+ years reputation of being used by the Chinese Herbalists as a major blood tonic (an herb that builds blood), an energy tonic to increase vitality, and a beauty tonic to enhance the beauty of the skin. It is recorded in […]

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Goji berries, also known as wolfberry in Traditional Chinese Medicine, have been traditionally regarded as a longevity, strength-building, and sexual potency food of the highest order due to its densely packed nutrition profile. With its rich nutrients, mild-tangy taste and recent popularity, the goji berry has become a well-known “super” fruit worldwide. However, they have […]

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Jujube dates originated in China and is the most valuable part of the plant Ziziphus zizyphus, which is also known as jujube, Chinese date or red date. This small, red round fruit has edible skin and a sweet flavor and is a very nutritious and therapeutic food praised in classics of Chinese herbal medicine. Jujube […]

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Why is Hormonal Balance so important in achieving an excellent quality of life? Hormones act upon every single cell in our bodies. For women, the impact of hormonal balance is significantly real. They affect our skin, our moods, our mestrual cycle, our libido, our reproductive system, our vitality, to name a few… when they are […]

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