Taoist Herbology

In China's golden age, herbs were used as the primary method of preventing and healing all diseases. Herbs of all kinds were used to heal the vital organs and tissues of the body and preventing illnesses of all kinds. Pristine health was available for all people of this ancient society. Over the centuries the ancient, and always secret, methods of how to combine and use the herbs were lost. After 30 years of painstaking research of secret family manuscripts, Dr. Stephen T. Chang has reestablished this ancient knowledge. It is once again available to benefit the increasing number of those concerned with non-chemical prevention and healing. All formulas are organic with no artificial materials like petrochemicals or additives whatsoever and have been imported for 40 years and have an excellent reputation for purity and strength. Technological advances allow that we may extract even greater purity and nutritional value. These fine powders possess greater capability for immediate absorption.

All formulas are made with individually cooked and prepared herbs. These herbs are then combined according to the Five Element Theory of Taoist medicine. Formulas are easy to take with no additional preparations necessary. One 100 gram bottle of the herbs, at the recommended dose, will last approximately five weeks. The average dosage is two or three doses per day. A dose is 1/4 to 1/2 a teaspoon depending on the condition or severity of illness. These formulas can also be dissolved in warm water and taken as tea. All formulas are high-tech, freeze-dried, herbal extractions of the highest quality and potency.

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In the herbal combinations that are listed the reader must realize that even though western pathological terms are used under commentaries, this does not mean that this site is prescribing herbal medicine. It is only a reference for the further comprehension of the reader.

Please consult The Great Tao by Stephen T. Chang. These descriptions are excerpted from Dr. Chang's translations and syntheses of ancient and current Chinese medical texts. These descriptions are not intended as medical recommendations nor as a substitute for sound medical advice. If you have a health problem, please consult a professional health practitioner. We make no claims about the effectiveness of these products. These descriptions are for educational purposes only. The effectiveness of these formulas are currently unsubstantiated by Western science, whose methods of analysis are not yet applicable to understanding these complex formulas.