Olive Leaf

Olive Leaf The Source: Seagate employees hand select our olive leaves from local trees immediately after the olives are harvested each winter. This is the moment of highest level of phytochemical and antioxidant activity once the fruit has ripened. Side Effects: Olive leaves have been used safely for thousands of years. The only known side-effect is the possibility of a…

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Rehmannia Root

Rehmannia Root Rehmannia Root is a native of China and is one of the first species of the genus to be introduced and cultivated in the West. It thrives in light, moist, well-drained, neutral-to-acid, sandy soil in full sun; and when cultivated, the thick, reddish-yellow roots are lifted in autumn or early winter for use in herbal medicine. Long used…

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Weeping Forsythia Capsule

Weeping Forsythia Capsule Weeping Forsythia Capsule is the dried fruit of Forsythia suspensa(Thunb.) Vahl (Fam. Oleaceae). The drug is collected in autumn when nearly ripe and still greenish, removed from foreign matter, steamed thoroughly and dried in the sun (know as “Qingqiao”) ; or the drug is collected when fully ripe, dried and removed from foreign matter (known as “Laoqiao”)…

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