Extract granules at 5x concentration 100 g (3.53 oz).
At a final 5:1 concentration, 100 g granules is equal to 500 g (1.1 lb) dried herb.
This product contains no preservatives, no alcohol, no artificial flavor or color, no gluten, and no pharmaceuticals. A minimal amount of dextrin may have been added to adjust the extraction ratio to 5:1 and to enhance stability.
Ai Ye is bitter, acrid, warm, slightly toxic.
Ai Ye influences Spleen, Liver, Kidney.
- Disperses cold and alleviates pain.
- Warms the menses and stops bleeding.
ACTIVEHERB SINGLE HERB EXTRACT ADVANTAGES
- 5x concentrated & potent
- All natural & purely herbal
- No pharmaceuticals, sugar, dyes, etc
- Comprehensive lab testing (e.g., heavy metals, etc.)
- Made in a cGMP certified facility
- Instant herbal tea
- No clumping
- Great value
ActiveHerb single herb extracts are produced in collaboration with one of the largest and best known pharmaceutical companies in China in its state of the art cGMP-certified facility as a result of many years of research. Single raw herb is tested for authenticity, quality, and potency before a water extraction is made according to TCM traditions. The liquid extract is concentrated at low temperature and then spray-dried to form extract granules. Our proprietary technology optimizes on the unique properties of each individual herb to maximize preservation of its active ingredients in full spectrum and guarantees quality consistency from batch to batch.
Take 0.6 to 2 g
granules daily in accordance with TCM. One teaspoon (included with the shipment) measures about 1.5 g granules.
The granules may be dissolved in hot water to serve as tea or mixed into yogurt.
Ai Ye is slightly toxic. Please do not take a higher than recommended daily dosage.
Use single Chinese herbs or herbal extracts with caution. Professional advice is suggested. In TCM, Chinese herbs are mostly combined in the context of formulas to enhance each other's desirable action and to minimize any potential side effect. You may want to search our extensive collection of patent Chinese medicine to find the formulas that utilize the herb of interest.