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We start with the raw herbs. Earthy and straight from the mountainside. We use traditional selection criteria to ensure that we aren't just getting the best plants, but also the best parts of each plant. We utilize strict selection criteria for all approved suppliers. This implements strict quality control from raw materials to finished products ensuring quality, safety and consistency as the foundation to our company. 

Authenticity criteria and standardized chemical constituents are strictly set forth through: Expert analysis, PRC Pharmacopoeia standards, through independent TCM pharmaceutical standards, with further testing done by a third party laboratory.

The Best Herbs on the Planet!


All raw materials are stored in humidity and temperature-controlled warehouses. Thin Liquid Chromatography qualitative analysis, High Performance Liquid Chromatography qualitative and quantitative analysis are conducted on raw herbs and finished products. 

Consistency of herbal tea is demonstrated through the presence of the active constituents of the herbs used. Through these testing procedures we rigorously test for pesticides and heavy metal contents to ensure the highest product and safety standards. We identify and standardize these constituents providing consistent results you can rely on. 

We go one step further: Sulfur Free


Traditionally herbs were dried in the sun. This sun drying also acted as a pesticide that eliminated bugs, bacteria, mold, and fungus.  Sulfur also prevents oxidization of the plant material, preventing it from breaking down and decomposing. This is a time consuming process however, so modern manufacturers decided to fumigate herbs with sulfur to eliminate pests. This is effective for killing bugs, but its also harmful to humans.  Sulfur can aggravate asthma and allergies. Because it can't be oxidized and broken down, the body has a very difficult time digesting the herbal material resulting in toxic undigested impurities. You can see in the picture above how sulfur discolors the herbs

We insure that our herbs are free from sulfur and sulfites. This prevents allergic and asthmatic reactions to the herbs.  We strive to provide the absolute purist herbs you can possibly obtain.

Enlighten Tea (逍遙散)

What's in your Enlighten Tea?


Bai Shao (Radix Paeoniae Alba)

This herb is expert to alleviate pain by emolliating liver and it's a commonly used herb for those above-mentioned pains due to liver-blood deficiency and tendon dystrophy...

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Bo He (Herba Menthae)

Bo He has the action of dispersing exterior pathogen and has certain extent action of including sweating because of strong pungent taste having dispersing effect. So it is usually used for treating common cold caused by wind-heat and warm diseases at the defense system...

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Dang Gui (Radix Angelicae Sinensis)

It is an essential herb to tonify blood and indicated for all kinds of blood deficiency syndromes, especially for blood deficiency with blood stasis because it is skilled in tonifying blood. For sallow complexion, vertigo and palpitation caused by blood deficiency, it is combined with other blood-tonifying and symptoms-suiting herbs...

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Chai Hu—(Radix Bupleuri)

It has the actions of expelling the pathogens and releasing exterior, especially being effective to high fever, no matter cold or heat type due to external pathogens attack, such as the modern single or compound injection made by Chai Hu that used widely to treat fever due to external contraction...

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Bai Zhu (Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae)

It is praised as "the most important herb of spleen qi tonifying and spleen invigorating", because it can tonify qi and invigorate spleen. It is especially indicated for poor appetite, loose stool, diarrhea, phlegm-fluid, edema, and leukorrhagia due to spleen deficiency with dampness stagnation, because it can dry dampness, induce diuresis too...

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Fu Ling (Poria)

It can induce diuresis and drain dampness to eliminate the pathogens, and invigorate spleen to reinforce healthy. Its property is mild, tonic but not stagnant, and diuretic without consumption. It is an essential herb for inducing diuresis and alleviating edema...

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Gan Jiang (Rhizoma Zingiberis)

It is one of the main herbs of warming middle energizer for its actions of warming the middle and dispersing cold, invigorating spleen and reinforcing yang and indicated for both excess and deficiency cold syndromes. For excess cold syndrome, it can be used singly or combined with other interior-warming herbs...

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Gan Cao (Radix Glycyrrhizae)

It is indicated for various syndromes of cough and dyspnea, including deficiency and excess, cold and heat types, and with or without sputum, because it can relieve cough, dispel phlegm and relieve dyspnea. For cough and dyspnea due to wind-cold attacking lung, it is combined with wind-cold-dispelling, lung-ventilating and dyspnea-relieving herbs...

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