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Herbal Medicine Articles

The Si Jun Zi Tang Family: Unveiling the Herbal Continuum

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the blending of herbal formulas represents a nuanced approach to addressing complex health issues. Si Jun Zi Tang, Liu Jun Zi Tang, and Xiang Sha Liu Jun Zi Tang are three significant herbal formulations rooted in TCM, each...

Formula Exploration: Edema

Today we will have fun with formula exploration focusing on those that treat edema. Among these formulas are Wu Ling San, Wei Ling Tang, Wu Pi Yin, and Shi Pi Yin. Each of these has unique compositions and applications within the realm of TCM. This article will...

Caution for Wildcrafters: Distinguishing Hemlock from Angelica

The dangers of confusing a species of Angelica with Poison Hemlock (Conium maculatum) underscore the critical importance of accurate plant identification and awareness. Angelica and Poison Hemlock may share certain visual similarities, but their characteristics and...

Ge Gen: Unveiling the Healing Potential of an Ancient TCM Herb

Among the herbs that grace the TCM pharmacopeia, Ge Gen, known as Pueraria Radix in Latin, or kudzu root, holds a special place. With its rich history and multifaceted healing properties, Ge Gen has stood the test of time as an essential component of TCM formulas. In...