Every year around this time, we begin to notice the transition from summer to fall. Cooler and damp weather can increase our likelihood of getting sick. Under normal circumstances, we are taking measures to get build a strong immune system and ready for the flu and cold season. With COVID, this … [Read more...] about Strengthening your Immunity during COVID
Chinese herbs may seem exotic to those of us new to herbal medicine, but they are indeed more common in Western culture than we realize! Of course, there are many herbs that are unfamiliar to us, like Rehmannia and Gentiana, but there are so many that you probably use on a regular basis in your own … [Read more...] about Using Kitchen Ingredients as Chinese Herbs
Here's what you've all been waiting for! An easy, restorative, nourishing and delicious soup that supports the immune system, balances our yin and yang and touches on all five of the Five Flavors. The 3 key, must-have ingredients you need to make this soup are turmeric, ginger and garlic. I've … [Read more...] about Part 2: Food As Medicine: Restorative Turmeric, Ginger, Garlic and Noodle Soup
We know many of you, like us, are seeking information to stay balanced in the weeks ahead. Many of you have reached out to us with questions about how to keep healthy and strengthen your immune system. With this in mind, we will go live on our Facebook page at 12 noon EST with important information … [Read more...] about Facebook Live for our Community!
Yin Qiao Used for early stages of common cold Mild to moderate sore throat, nasal congestion, slight fever, headache, achiness in upper back Effective for upper respiratory viruses Can take preventatively as well Gan Mao Ling Anti Viral herbal formula Good at first signs of … [Read more...] about New Golden Flower Products – Yin Qiao and Gan Mao Ling
It’s that time of year again! That time where EVERYONE seems to be getting sick with the common cold, flu and worse. Conventional medicine has few options to treat these maladies and we all suffer through the runny nose, sneezing, fatigue and sore throat. But you don’t have to! No one really has … [Read more...] about Tips for Avoiding Colds and Flu