Ginko Biloba

Ginko Biloba is a popular Chinese herb whose use dates back over 3500 years. Coming from the world’s oldest tree, the ginkgo tree, this herb can treat nearly anything including memory problems, depression, headaches, dizziness and tinnitus. Ginko is full of antioxidants and also includes bioflavonoids making it a powerful healing herb. In fact, some … Read more

Licorice Root

Licorice root is perhaps the most versatile of herbs and is actually used in almost half of all Chinese herbal formula’s. It’s healing powers have been known for over 5000 years and it’s popular in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. In addition to having healing properties of its own, it also helps other herbs to … Read more


While it may not sound like something that would treat insomnia, passionflower can help you get to sleep easily and safely due to its nerve relaxing properties. This vine like herb can be found in South America and southern parts of the US as well as the East Indies and in some places in Europe. … Read more

Siberian Ginseng

Siberian Ginseng has been used for centuries and is prized for its ability to restore energy and enhance your overall health as well as improve memory. This herb is also valued as an adaptogen which can help restore balance in your body during stressful situations. It is been extensively used in both China and Russia … Read more

St Johns Wort

St. John’s Wort is said to be helpful in relieving mild to moderate cases of depression and, in fact, has been used for centuries to treat mental problems as well as help with nerve pain. It has sedative properties as well as anti-inflammatory properties and can also be used topically to help heal burns, cuts … Read more

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil comes from the Melaleuca alternifolia tree which is found in Australia and is popular today due to its anti-septic and healing properties for the skin. While it might seem like you are recently hearing a lot about this herb, it has actually been studied since 1922 when it’s antiseptic properties were noticed … Read more