Min Tong Granules - Single Herbs
aiwanese Style Granules - 5:1 Potency - 100g per Jar
As your busy daily practice goes on, we hope you can always get the best herbal pharmacy supply and shelf display. Min Tong & Bio Essence Herbal Lines can assure you to have the best quality and pricing available in the market based on the following reasons:
- Min Tong Powder extracts of Single herbs and Formulas have strict quality and safety tests before purchasing the raw herbs and after finishing the production process.
- All existing Formulas are made by cooking all the ingredient herbs together to have better concentration and synergistic effects. There may exist that other companies use single herbs to mix into certain formulas that are not popular in USA facility and not revealing the fact that these mixed formulas can have less concentration ratio and efficacy due to different lots used from various single herbal ingredients.
- Most of the Min Tong Single Herb Colorful Display has listed the Meridian entered and property of that herb usage besides their botanical and Pin Yin Names. The picture of that herb at front remind you the real herb looks like and thus enhancing the beauty for your clinical settings.
- Even the prices of our imports keep getting higher due to large demands of raw herb supply and higher examination and operation cost, we have maintained our prices lower than other similar competitors from Taiwan.
- Taiwan Herbal extracts are better produced using low heat drying methods developed by Japan technology using slow drying the concentrated liquids into granule powder at lower temperature and longer time to avoid denature of the important components inside. Most herbal extracts from China use instant drying method to spray the extracted liquid into very hot air and dried into powder and then diluted them with dextrin powder into designated concentration ratio. Due to high temperature used, some sensitive active components can be destroyed. The color tends to be darker for those high sugar content herbs due to overheating. And the powder tends to get sticky once opened for a while. Taiwan Min Tong and Chaun Song Rong brands(we use their products when Min Tong did not make them) herbal Granules are in small granules for easy mixing and dispensing. Using pure starch as absorbent can avoid sticking if tightly capped and have lower glycemic index than Dextrin.
Dispels cold-dampness, stops pain due to cold, stops bleeding, calms the fetus during pregnancy*
Morinda Root - Tonifies the Kidney yang without being overly drying, augments the essence, expels wind-dampness - Bensky
Expels pathogenic influences and retify the function of the lower burner.
Excels at directing qi downward to alleviate all types of cough, particularly chronic and deficiency types - Bensky
Disseminates the Lung qi, awakens the Spleen, warms the middle, transforms dampness, pierces through and disperses trubidity.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Sweet and moistening, Lilii Bulbus (bai he) enriches the Lung yin; slightly bitter and cold, it clears the Heart, drains, and clarifies while directing downward. It is best for moistening the Lungs to stop coughs, and clearing the Heart to quiet the spirit. --From Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Cools heat and resolves toxicity and facilitates the expulsion of damp-heat.*
Expels wind, brightens the eyes, calms ascendant Liver yang, stops itching, breaks up stagnation of qi and blood* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Patriniae Herba (bai jiang cao) is acrid, and thus disperses; bitter, and thus drains; and cold, and thus cools heat.* --From Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Penetrates to the yin to restore movement to the yang, transforms cold-phlegm, dissipates clumps - Bensky
Cools the blood, stops bleeding, clears heat in the Lungs and Stomach, promotes urination* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd
Redirects the qi downward, dispels phlegm, and stops cough.*
Tonifies the Liver blood, extinguishes wind, stops pain, nourishes the Liver and Spleen yin* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Clears Heat, Eliminates Toxins, and cools Blood* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Releases the exterior, opens the orifices (especially the nose), dries dampness* - Bensky
Tonifies the Spleen qi, dries dampness, quiets the fetus* - Bensky
Nourishes the Heart blood and yin to calm the spirit, moisltens the Kidneys and Large Intestine.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Drains heat; Resolves fire toxicity; Cools the blood; Benefits the throat*
Dries dampness, transforms phlegm, and causes rebellious qi to descend, directs rebellious qi downward and stops vomiting, dissipates nodules and reduces clumps* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Clears heat toxin and dampness, relieves stasis, promote urination* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Cold, drains heat, transforms phlegm-heat, releases constraint, dissipates nodules, espcially in the neck and breast. - Bensky
Separates the pure from the turbid; Expels wind-dampness; Relaxes the Sinews; Unblocks the collaterals; Clears damp-heat from the skin
Strengthens the Spleen, clears summer-heat and dampness, eliminates toxins* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Clears damp-heat and facilitates urination* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Expels parasites, resolves firm accumulations, facilitates urination, resolves phlegm and food stagnation, directs qi downward.* - Benky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Dispels Wind-Heat, Clears the Eyes, Head, and Throat
Tonifies the Kidneys and fortifies the yang; Tonifies and warms the Spleen yand and stops diarrhea* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Dries dampness, expels wind* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed
Disperses wind and dampness and opens the nasal passages; Disperses wind and expels dampness; Dispels exterior wind*
Dries dampness, induces sweating, strengthens the Spleen and Stomach, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower burner, helps the vision.*
Treats constraint from cold-dampness in the middle burner*
Platycladi Cacumen - Cools heat, inhibits bleeding due to blood heat* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Resolves lesser yang disorders and reduces fever; Spreads Liver qi and relieves constraint; Raises and lifts the yang qi; Restores harmony between the Liver and Spleen*
Cold, light, and ascending, disperses exterior wind-heat, extinguishes internal wind, cools the Lungs and Liver, vents rashes, stops itching, soothes the throat*
Facilitates urination, separates the clear and turbid fluids, guides damp-heat downward and out of the body through the urine.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Regulates the Qi, adjusts the middle, and relieves the diaphragm; Dries dampness and transforms phlegm; Helps prevent stagnation*
Invigorates the blood and dispels blood stasis; Clears heat and cools the blood*
Promotes urination and reduces edema; Facilitates the resolution of dampness and heat; Disperses blood stasis*
Cools heat, regulates the qi, stops pain* - Bensky
Invigorates the blood, unblocks the menses, expels wind, drains dampness* - Bensky
Clears heat and resolves fire toxicity;Clears fire toxin manifestations on the skin such as sores and carbuncles;Clears heat, dries dampness, and stops diarrhea*
Invigorates the blood and promotes the movement of qi; Expels wind and alleviates pain*
Clears heat, dries dampness, and binds up the Intestines; Kills parasites*
Tonifies the Spleen and Stomach qi to aid transportation and transformation: Warms the Kidneys to aid the yang in warming the Spleen; Calms the spirit; Invigorates the blood; Unblocks the collaterals; Augments the Heart qi and calms the spirit.*
Drives qi downward and eases the middle; Promotes urination and reduces edema*
Purges clumped heat in the Intestines, cools the blood, removes blood stasis, stops bleeding (charred) - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Strongly cools heat toxin or pathogenic heat in both the qi and blood levels*
Relies on its heaviness to suppress and direct downward rebellious qi, while cooing Liver fire.*
Ascending, vents and disperses exterior pathogens, disseminates and disperses constrained heat above the diaphragm.* - Bensky
Invigorates the blood and dispels stasis; Clears heat and soothes irritability; Cools the blood and reduces abscesses; Nourishes the blood and calms the spirit*
Leaches out dampness and facilitates urination; also treats irritability associated with heat.*
The sweetness of Angelicae sinensis Radix (dang gui) tonifies and moistens, its acrid flavor disperses, its bitterness drains, and its warmth unblocks.*
Codonopsis Radix - Tonifies the middle burner and augments the qi; Tonifies the Lungs; Used with herbs that release the exterior or drain downward when the presentation includes significant qi deficiency.*
Clears damp-heat and promotes urination; Expels dampness and stops itching*
Eliminates heat from both excess and deficiency in the blood; used for steaming bone disorder with sweating, and to cool the Lungs*
Drains heat, extinguishes wind, stops spasms and convulsions, calms wheezing, unblocks the collaterals, facilitates urination* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Invigorates Blood circulation, nourishese Blood and Regulates Menses; Tonifies the Kidney*
Clears heat, expels phlegm, and promotes the discharge of pus; Clears heat and drains dampness*
Treats painful obstruction in the lower body, dispels lurking wind in the Kidney channel - Bensky
Tonifies the Liver and Kidneys, strengthens the sinews and bones, quiets the fetus.*
Disperses wind-cold, unblocks the nasal pasages, stops coughs, alleviates pain* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Breaks up blood stasis, promotes the movement of qi, and alleviates pain; Dissolves accumulations and alleviates pain.*
Releases the exterior and expels wind; Expels wind-dampness and alleviates pain, Expels wind and relieves spasms* - Bensky
Relieves constraint, regulates the qi, transforms phlegm, harmonizes the middle* - Bensky
Tonifes the Spleen, eliminates dampness, calms the Heart spirit* - Bensky
Augments the true yin of the Kidneys, contains the urine, secures the essence - Bensky
Tonifies the Spleen, eliminates dampness, calms the Heart spirit - Bensky*
Augments the Heart qi, inhibits the Heart fluids, clears heat from the pores and interstices, and thus stops spontaneous sweating and nightsweats.*
Revives the yang and rescues from rebellion; Warms the fire and assists the yang; Disperses cold, warms the channels, and alleviates pain.*
Tonifies the Spleen qi, moistens the Lungs, moderates urgency and toxicity* - Bensky
Warms the Spleen, transforms thin mucus, unblocks the channels, revives the yang.* - Bensky
Discharges exterior conditions and disperses cold; Dispels wind, overcomes dampness, and alleviates pain*
Raises the clear yang of yang brightness, encourages the Stomach qi and thus releases muscle layer heat and vents rashes; alleviates thirst by raising Stomach fluids, treats diarrhea. - Bensky
Tonifies the Liver and Kidneys and strengthens the sinews and bones; Expels wind and dampnes; Warms and stabilizes the Kidneys.*
Nourishes and tonifies the Liver and Kidneys; Benefits the essence and brightens the eyes; Enriches the yin and moistens the Lungs*
Extinguishes wind and alleviates spasms; Drains Liver heat and pacifies Liver yang; Releases the exterior*
Disperses Wind and Heat in the Liver Channel, Brightens the Eyes and Removes Superficial Visual Obstruction.* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Tonifies the Kidneys, strenghtens and repairs the bones, directs floating yang downward* - Bensky
Slippery, moistens both the Lungs and Intestines, cools and transforms phlegm.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Cools and transforms phlegm-heat, moistens the Intestines, directs turbid phlegm downward.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
"Strongly tonifes the Liver and Kidney yin, subdues the yang, strengthens the bones, unblocks the Conception vessel" - Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Reinforces vital yang; Warms the Spleen and Stomach; Dispels accumulated chill; Invigorates the blood vessels.*
Light and warm, releases the muscle layer, unblocks yang qi, warms the middle.*
Reduces phlegm and softens areas of hardness, promotes urination, eliminates edema.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Clears heat from the Lung and transforms heat, Softens harness and dissipates phlegm nodules, Promotes urination, as it unblocks the upper source of water*
Restrains, holds in, and stops bleeding; Secures the essence and stops discharge; Controls acidity and alleviates pain; Resolves dampness and promotes healing*
Softens areas of hardness, clears damp-heat* - Bensky
Nourishes the yin of the Liver and Kidneys, cools heat, stops bleeding, blackens the hair.*
Nourishes the blood and yin, preserves the essence.* - Bensky
Stops bleeding by astringing; Invigorates the Blood and dispels Blood Stasis; Promotes urination*
Invigorates the blood - Bensky
Tonifies the Spleen and augments the qi; Nourishes the blood and calms the spirit; Moderates and harmonizes the harsh properties of other herbs.*
Promotes the movement of qi in the middle burner and resolves stagnation; Promotes the movement of qi downward, dries dampness, and transforms phlegm; Directs qi downward, reduces phlegm, and calms wheezing.*
Picrorrhiza Rhizoma - Clears heat from both excess and deficiency, cools the blood, dries dampness: especially indicated for cooling steaming bones and reducing childhood nutritional impairment.*
Tonifies the Liver and Kidneys, augments the yin and blood, lubicates the Intestines.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Invigorates the blood, dispels stasis, unblocks the channels; Clears heat and resolves dampness; Clears heat and resolves toxicity; Drains heat downward, transforms phlegm.*
Promotes urination, reduces inflammation and dissolves stones* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Cools summerheat, clears hot painful urinary dribbling, applied topically for damp-heat*. - Bensky
Cools heat, moistens the Liver, brightens they eyes* -Bensky
Breaks up blood stasis, unblocks menstruation, guides blood to descend, direct fire downward.* - Bensky
Directs fire downward, clears damp-heat in the lower burner.* - bensky
Tonifies the qi, nourishes yin, augments the essence - Bensky*
Cools heat, drains fire (especially in the Heart and Stomach), dries dampness, resolves toxicity* - Bensky
Raises the yang qi, tonifies the Spleen and Lung qi, stops sweating, facilitates urination, promotes the discharge of pus, generates flesh* - Bensky
Cools heat, dries dampness.*
Enriches the yin fluids, moistens the Intestines.* - Bensky
Releases the exterior, transforms dampness, harmonizes the middle* - Bensky
Reduces all types of food stagnation - Bensky
Invigorates the blood, tonifies the blood, soothes the sinews and invigorates the collaterals.*
Eliminates wind, drains heat, transforms phlegm, disperse swelling* - Bensky
Invigorates the blood, breaks up blood stasis, drives qi downward, treats wind-damp painful obstruction.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Causes the qi and the actions of other herbs to rise, soothes the throat, releases the exterior, transforms phlegm, expels pus. - Bensky
Clears heat, promotes urination, unblocks painful urinary dribbling* - Bensky
Disperses heat, resolves toxicity, cools the blood*
Binds the lower burner in order to secure the essence, contains urination* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Binds the lower burner in order to secure the essence, contains urination.* - Bensky
Warmly tonifies the Liver and Kidneys, secures the essence, secures the urine, stops vaginal discharge* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Disperses nodules, activates qi circulation. - Chen
Regulates qi, opens the middle jiao, dries dampness, dissolves phlegm, and relieves food stagnations - Chen
Disperses and clears wind-heat; Calms the Liver and clears the eyes; Calms the Liver and extinguishes wind; Resolves toxicity. - Bensky
Disperses Wind and Invigorates Blood Circulation and expands the chest to regulate Lung Qi* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Ke Zi Granules
Expels wind, stops itching, promotes urination.* - Bensky
Acrid and warm, but not drying: dispersing, but not draining*
Reduces phlegm and softens areas of hardness, promotes urination.*
Transforms phlegm, reduces food stagnation, promotes the flow of qi in the Lungs, Spleen, and Large Intestine. - Bensky *
Cools and vents heat, particularly in the Heart and upper burner; resolves toxicity, disperses clumps.* - Bensky
Tonifies and stabilizes the Spleen, Heart, and Kidneys; calms the spirit.* - Bensky
Clears heat from the Heart and Pericardium* - Bensky
Calms the spirit while augmenting the qi and nourishing the blood.* - Bensky
Calms the spirit, cools heat - Bensky
Drains fire from excess in the Liver and Gallbladder, eliminates lower burner damp-heat. - Bensky
Settles anxiety and calms the spirit; Calms the Liver and anchors and preserves the floating yang; Prevents leakage of fluids..*
Consolidates Kidney jing (essence) and restrains vaginal discharge* - Chen: Chinese Medicinal Herbology and Pharmacology
Nourishes the blood, tonifies the qi, calms the spirit.*
Resolves toxicity, disperses clumps, expels pus, causes milk to descend* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Cools the Lungs and Stomach, generates fluids without being cloying, promotes urination.
Dispels wind-dampness, tonifies the Kidneys, stops bleeding *
Drains fire and guides out accumulation, clears heat and cools the Liver, and strengthens the Stomach.
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"Invigorates the qi and blood, treats painful obstruction, facilitates urination."* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Clears heat, resolves toxicity, eases the Intestines.*
Benefits the Stomach, generates fluids, and directs rebellious qi downward.*
Reduces food stagnation due to starches and fruits, softens areas of hardness, improves the appetite.* - Bensky
Ascending, dispersing, and cooling, particularily for wind-heat in the face and eyes, but also useful for wind-damp painful obstruction.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Softens hardened clumping of pathogenic heat in the intestines* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Benefits the eyes by tonifying the Liver yin and cooling Liver heat. - Bensky
Breaks up blood stasis, reduces swelling, generates flesh.*
Cools heat from either excess or deficiency, gently invigorates the blood without injuring the blood or yin, clears lurking fire from the blood.*
Transforms dampness, harmonizes the Spleen and Stomach, alleviates cramping.*
Secures deficiency leading to leakage and loss; softens masses or nodules due to constrained heat and phlegm; augments yin deficiency with floating yang leading to disorders in the channels of the Heart, Liver, and Kidneys.
Promotes the flow of qi, strengthens the Spleen and eliminates food stagnation.*
Mu Zei Granules
Disperses heat in the exterior and clears internal heat toxin; benefits the throat* - Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed
Tonifies the Liver and Kidney yin, clears heat, brightens the eyes, blackens the hair.*
Removes blood stasis - Bensky
Gently cools and moistens the throat and Intestines* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Directs qi downward*
Cools heat, resolves toxicity, directs downward, facilitates urination*
Removes blood stasis, promotes urination.* - Bensky
Cools the blood, removes blood stasis.* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Directs qi downward; assists the dissemination of Lung qi; directs fire downward, thereby dissolving phlegm.
Clears heat and eliminates toxins, clears Liver yang and brightens the eyes* - Chen: Chinese Medical Herbology and Pharmacology
Tonifies and restrains the Spleen and Kidneys, eliminates dampness*
Release the exterior and disperses cold; Guides qi to the greater yang channel and Governing vessel* - Bensky
Qiao Mai Granules
Qiao Mai Granules
Dispels wind-dampness, eliminates tidal fever, and steaming bone disorder.*
Clears all types of yin level heat with-out injuring the qi, blood, or yin.*
Directs downward, dredges the Liver, breaks up qi stagnation and clumping, harmonizes the Stomach.*
Cools heat, directs downward, invigorates the blood; leads heat and fire in the Heart and Small Intestine out through the urine.*
Expels heat, resolves toxicity, soothes the sinews - Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed
Powerfully tonifies the primal qi of the five organs, nourishes the yin, revives from collapse*
Tonifies the Kidney yang and augments the essence and blood; Moistens the Intestines and facilitates passage of stool.*
Warms the Spleen and Stomach, promotes the movement of qi, binds up the intestines.*
Warms and tonifies the yang, disperses cold, promotes the movement of blood. - Bensky
Breaks up blood stasis*
Breaks up stagnation of both the qi and blood, disperses food stagnation.* - Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Drains the Lungs, especially heat in the Lungs; also drains fluids. -Bensky
Tonifies thye Liver and Kidneys, nourishes the yin and blood, expels wind-dampness, quiets the fetus in pregnancy.*
Light, rising, cooling and moistening, sweet, bitter, and cold; disperses wind-heat, cools and drains the Lungs and Liver.*
Dispels wind-dampness, unblocks the collaterals* - Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Promotes the flow of qi, warms the middle, transforms dampness, improves the appetite, calms the fetus
Nourishes the yin of the Lungs and Stomach, clears heat, generates fluids.* - Bensky
Tonifies the Liver and Kidneys, secures the essence, brightens the eyes.*
Clears heat, resolves fire toxicity*
Tonifies the qi and yin of the Lungs, Spleen, and Kidneys; secures the essence.*
Reduces food stagnation, especially from meat and greasy foods, invigorates the blood flow* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Augments the Liver and Kidneys, secures the primal qi, prevents abandonment.*
Strongly warms the Kidney yang, dries dampness - Bensky
Dispels wind-dampness, relaxes the sinews, invigorates the collaterals* - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.
Treats food stagnation, promotes the flow of qi - Bensky
Enriches the yin, cools the blood, clears heat*
Dispersing in nature, benefits the Stomach, transforms phlegm* - Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas & Strategies
Raises yang qi, disperses heat, resolves toxicity*
Transforms dampness, strengthens the Spleen and Stomach, dislodges phlegm, opens the sensory orifices. - Bensky