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Herbcures - Raw Herbs

All our herbs are naturally derived and imported from China under the control of the European Herbal Practitioners Association (EHPA) and British Herbal Medicine Regulatory Working Group (HMRWG).

Generally we prescribe a mixture of herbs depending on our patient's illness. However, we can also sell single herb to customers too, main common herbs:


Astraglus (Huang Qi)

Strengthen the body's immune system. Help against sleepiness, diarrhoea, creates an appetite. It is also commonly used to help Aids patient.

 

Cinnamon

Helps to clear obstruction in the channels and collaterals, and it's also used to treat colds and headaches caused by influenza.

 

Cloves

Digestive problems, helping the muscle lining of the digestive tract to relax; kill intestinal parasites, intestinal worms and other digestive ailments; anti-microbial properties against fungi and bacteria.

 

Codonopsis Pilosulae (Dang Shen)

Strengthen the immune system; lower blood pressure; raise blood sugar. Suitable for chronic fatigues; high blood pressure; pale complexion; loss of appetite; exhaustion after childbirth or surgery; body bloating; facial swelling and hypoglycaemia.

 

Fennel

This herb is commonly used for cooking, but it can be used to get rid of nasty gas problems, increase your appetite.

 

Ginseng

Strengthen the body's immune system. Help against sleepiness, diarrhoea, creates an appetite. It is also commonly used to help Aids patient.

 

Licorice

Helps to heal bronchitis and stomach problems like cramps, ulcers, and colic.

 

Licorice

Helps to heal bronchitis and stomach problems like cramps, ulcers, and colic

 

Ophiopogon (Mai Dong)

Moisten the lungs, stop cough and treat laryngitis; dispels heat from the heart to relieve irritability, improve contraction of heart muscle; protect heart muscle and anti-arrhythmia; improve toleration of lack of oxygen; improve immune system

Below is a list of herbs that we use for treatment of a wide range of medical conditions. They are usually combined into 8 to 15 herbs, which depends on each individual's clinical condition.

   
 
 
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  Acanthopanax Giraldii (Wu Jia Pi)
 
Acanthopanax Giraldii   Applications: Muscles, tendons and joints pain are due to deficiency of liver and kidney (edema). This includes pain and weakness to the lower back, knee, bone and ligaments.
 
 
  Achyranthes Bidentata (Wu Jia Pi)
 
Achyranthes Bidentata   Applications: Deficiency of kidney and liver - weakness and pain of the lower back, knee and legs; Urinary disorder - difficult in urination, pain in the urethra and include urine with blood; Spitting blood, nose bleeds, headache and dizziness; Abdominal pain after giving birth or trauma to the abdomen; Blood-stasis syndrome such as amenorrhea and irregular menstruation.
 
 
  Agrimony Pilosa (Xian He Cao)
 
  Applications: helps to restrain all type of bleeding, diarrhoea, kill intestinal worms, detoxifies and stop dysentery. Large doses may cause nausea and vomiting.
 
 
  Alisma Aquatica-Plantago (Ze Xie)
 
  Applications: Infrequent urination, edema, urinary disorder, diarrhoea, leukorrhea and kidney yin deficiency.
 
 
  Allium Macrostemon (Xie Bai)
 
  Applications: Stagnation of cold phlegm and damp blocking of Yang Qi in the chest: symptoms include pain in the chest, difficult breathing and fullness; Stagnation of stomach Qi: symptoms include nausea, intestinal cramping and diarrhoea.
 
 
  Allium Tuberosum (Jiu Zi)
 
  Applications: Deficiency of kidney Yang and instability of Kidney Qi. Symptoms include: impotence, frequent urination, enuresis, leukorrhea, pain of the lower back and knees.
 
 
  Alpinia Oxyphylla (Yi Zhi Ren)
 
  Applications: Deficiency of kidney Qi with symptoms: impotence and enuresis. Cold spleen and kidney with symptoms include: abdominal pain, diarrhoea and vomiting. Symptoms of poor appetite and profuse saliva due to cold deficiency of the centre.
 
 
  Pinus Sp (Hu Po)
 
  Applications: Infrequent urination, burning urination and retention of urine. Abdominal pain and amenorrhoea are the symptoms of blood stasis in the lower abdomen. Other symptoms are: Agitation, convulsion, epilepsy, excessive dreaming, insomnia and palpitation.
 
 
  Amomum Villosum (Sha Ren)
 
  Applications: Stagnation of Qi and Damp in the centre. Symptoms include: pain and distension in the abdomen, vomiting, diarrhoea and vomiting. And other illnesses that cause diarrhoea and vomiting.
 
 
  Andrographis Paniculata (Chuan Xin Lian)
 
  Applications: Sort throat and eczema; Urinary heat syndromes; Headache causes by seasonal febrile disease; Dysentery and diarrhoea cause by damp heat; Lung heat with symptoms include cough and asthma
 
 
  Anemarrhena Asphodeloides (Zhi Mu)
 
  Applications: Fever (early stage), which is not accompanied by chills, thirst and large pulse. This is due to heat in the Qi stage of febrile disease; Deficiency of Yin with symptoms includes: cough, fever and diabetic syndrome.
 
 
  Angelica Dahurica (Bai Zhi)
 
  Applications: Boils, carbuncles, sinus discharge and painful swelling; Common cold with headache the symptoms of wind-cold; Headache and facial pain, the symptoms of fire (Yang Ming Fire) syndrome; Leucorrhoea due to damp-cold.

Large doses could cause drying of body fluids
 
 
  Apocynum Venetum (Luo Bu Ma)
 
  Applications: Hypertension and Edema. And Headache, restlessness, insomnia and vertigo are symptoms of Liver heat (Liver Yang) and internal wind.
 
 
  Prunus Armeniaca (Ku Xing Ren)
 
  Applications: All types of lung distress, and constipation because of dry intestines. A large doses can be toxic due to the presence of amygdalin.
 
 
  Armillaria Mellea (Mi Huan Jun)
 
  Applications: Numbness of limbs and difficult of movement of the extremities; General fatigue; Pain due to wind damp; Convulsions, Epilepsy and Spasms that are symptoms of internal wind agitation; Headache and Vertigo due to preponderance of Liver Yang.
           
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