The tea comes in loose raw herb form and is meant to be made as a decoction. Each bag of tea makes approximately 8 cups of strong tea when following our tea making instructions.
Ingredients: gui zhi (cinnamon twig), ban xia (pinellia), fu ling (poria), gan cao (licorice root), gan jiang (ginger), huang qi (astragalus), chai hu (bupleurum), fang feng (siler root), and echinacea.
Tea making instructions: Using a pot made of glass, pottery, porcelain or stainless steel, combine one bag of herbs and 9 cups cold water. Soak the herbs for 30 min. Bring herbs to a boil on high, then lower heat and simmer covered for 90 minutes. Strain the liquid into a large container, preferably not aluminum or iron.
Prevention (standard dose) = 1 cup 2x/day
Each bag lasts 2-3 days depending on dose.
The powdered granule herb form. One bottle contains 100g of the granule mix. Standard dose is 1 tsp. 2x/day mixed in with liquid.
Ingredients: yu xing cao (houttuynia), xing ren (apricot seed), gui zhi (cinnamon twig), shi gao (gypsum), gan cao (licorice root), da zao (jujube), gan jiang (ginger), she gan (belamcanda), and zi wan (aster root).
Mild to moderate symptoms (standard dose): 1 tsp 2x/day
Moderate to severe symptoms: 1 tsp 3x/day
100 grams lasts 6-9 days depending on dose.