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Researches by scientists throughout the world have provedthat these herbs can be used for the diseases indicated.Kindly go towww.nutrihuang.comto read whatdoctors in various countries and userssay about these products.We are proud to introduce these products to youBe One of the Many who says a Big “THANK YOU”
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1) 5-Elements:
Traditionally used for symptomatic relief of problems related to:
1). Lethargy2). Poor immunity3). Sleep problem (Insomnia)
Polygonum MultiflorumSemen Sinalpis AlbaPoria Cocos Wolf Fructus Schisandra ChinensisRadix Salvia Miltiorrhiza
Overall TCM Pathology
Promotes healthy kidney, liver, spleen, heart and lungs for the purposes of 
Restorative Immunology
.Supports the cardiovascular system, promotes healthy blood pressure and blood flow as well ashealthy cholesterol level. Promotes healthy bones and women’s vitality. Promotes uninterrupted sleep(for those who suffer from insomnia). Prevents excessive perspiration. Increases red blood cell production. For breathlessness.
1. Radix Polygonum MultiflorumFunction of the herb:
To tone up liver and kidney and replenish their vital essence
Treat fatty liver, increase red blood cells and reduce blood fats
Exert same effect as adrenoticortical hormone
 Nourish blood
For aching back and knee
Treat tiredness and exhaustion
Protect heart from damage from free radicals
Anti aging
Improve immune system through its antioxidant effect
Treat cholesterol problem
Retard and treat arteriosclerosis (hardening of blood vessels)
Protect liver 
Regulate blood
Increase red blood cell production
Polygonum Multiflorum: Research shows that "The extract of the root of Polygonum multiflorumexhibited a significant antioxidant activity assessed by the DPPH radical scavenging activity in vitro.The bioassay-guided fractionation of the extract yielded a stilbene glucoside, (E)-2,3,5,4'-tetrahydroxystilbene-2-O-beta-d-glucopyranoside (1) as an active constituent responsible for theantioxidant property. Compound 1 demonstrated a moderate DPPH radical scavenging activity (IC50,40 microM), while the corresponding deglucosylated stilbene 2 exhibited a much higher activity"(IC50, 0.38 microM).
“The radical scavenging effects of stilbene glucosides from Polygonummultiflorum” Arch Pharm Res 2002 Oct;25(5):636-9.2. Perilla FrutescensFunction of the herb:
Used as anti-asthmatic herb
Expectorant for chronic bronchitis
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Chronic systemic inflammation can inflict degenerative effects throughout the body. A primary causeof this destructive cascade is the production of cell-signaling chemicals known as inflammatorycytokines. Along with these dangerous cytokines, imbalances of hormone-like messengers called prostaglandins also contribute to chronic inflammatory processes. The body needs fatty acids tosurvive and is able to make all but two of them: linoleic acid, in the omega-6 family and linolenicacid, in the omega-3 family. These two fatty acids must be supplied by the diet and are thereforeconsidered essential fatty acids (EFAs). Perilla is rich in linolenic/alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).Since alpha-linolenic acid or ALA cannot be manufactured by the body it must be obtained from food.ALA, as well as the fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), belongs to a group of fatty acids called omega-3 fatty acids. EPA and DHA are found primarily in fishwhile ALA is highly concentrated in plants like perilla. Once ingested, the body converts ALA toEPA and DHA, the two types of omega-3 fatty acids more readily used by the body. If we canconsume sufficient ALA then intake of EPA and DHA is optional.Omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation and most omega-6 fatty acids tend to promoteinflammation. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce inflammation and help prevent certainchronic diseases such as lung disease like asthma and arthritis. These essential fatty acids are highlyconcentrated in the brain and appear to be particularly important for cognitive"The leaves of Perilla frutescens Britton (Labiatae) are one of the most popular garnishes in Japan,used as an antidote for fish and crab meat allergy or as a food colorant. The present study wasconducted to evaluate its anti-allergic effect and to identify its active constituents using mice ear- passive cutaneous anaphylaxis (PCA)-reaction. 48 hr after the cutaneous injection of anti-ovalbuminserum into the ears of mice, ovalbumin and evansblue dye were intravenously injected. Perilla wasextracted with boiling water, and intraperitoneally injected 15 min before ovalbumin-treatment. Thirtymin after ovalbumin-treatment, the ears were removed and the colorant in the ear was colorimetricallyquantitated. Perilla extract significantly suppressed the PCA-reaction, which was brought about byrosmarinic acid with a partial contribution from some macromolecular compounds. The anti-allergictiter of rosmarinic acid was more effective than tranilast, which is a modern anti-allergic drug. Perillaand rosmarinic acid are potentially promising agents for the treatment of allergic diseases."
"Anti-allergic effect of Perilla frutescens and its active constituents." Phytother Res. 2003Mar;17(3):240-3
Okamato M, et al.Dept of Medicine, Misasa Medical Branch, Tottori, Japan. Dietary sources of alpha-linolenic acid, such as perilla seed oil, may have the capacity to inhibit the generation of leukotrienes by leucocytes in patients with asthma, as has been reported with the consumption of other long-chainn-3 fatty acids. The factors affecting the suppression of leukotriene (LT) C4 generation by leucocyteswere examined by comparing the clinical features of patients with asthma who had been given dietary perilla seed oil (n-3 fatty acids). Group A consisted of patients in whom the leucocytes generation of LTC4 was suppressed by dietary perilla seed oil. Group B consisted of those in whom LTC4generation was not suppressed. Conclusions: Dietary supplementation with perilla seed oil in selected patients with asthma suppresses the generation of LTC4 and is associated with clinical features suchas respiratory function and lipometabolism.
“Effects of perilla seed oil supplementation onleukotriene generation by leucocytes in patients with asthma associated with lipometabolism.”Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2000 Jun; 122 (2) 137-42.
Okamoto M. et al., Okayama University Medical School, Tohaku-gun, Tottori. The effects of perillaseed oil (n-3fatty acids) on bronchial asthma were compared with the effects of corn-oil (n-6 fattyacids) in relation to the pulmonary function and the generation of Leukotriene b4 (LTB4) and C4(LTC4) by leucocytes. 14 asthmatics subjects were divided randomly into two groups: one group of 7consumed perilla seed oil-rich supplementation and the other group of 7 consumed corn-oil richsupplementation for 4 weeks. Conclusion: The results suggest that perilla seed-oil-richsupplementation is useful for the treatment of asthma in terms of suppression of LTB4 and LTC4generation by leucocytes, and improvement of pulmonary function.
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