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  • Reishi Mushroom Capsules

    Reishi Mushroom Ling Zhi Ganoderma Capsules (60 capsules) 500mg

    £12.17

    Reishi Mushroom Capsules are an easy and effective way to experience the health benefits of the Reishi Mushroom like improved inflammation. This pot contains 60 capsules and it is recommended you take 1-2 daily.

  • Cordyceps Capsules

    Cordyceps Dong Chong Xia Cao Caterpillar Fungus Capsules (60 capsules) 500mg

    £11.34

    Cordyceps Capsules is made from dried cordyceps which include about 400 species. The capsules are an effective way to receive the health benefits. This pot contains 60 caps and 1-2 should be taken daily.

  • Wood Ear

    Dried Wood Ear Fungus (Mu Er / Mok Yee) 100g

    £3.84

    Wood Ear mushrooms are a species of edible Auricularia Auricula Fungus found worldwide. Also known as jelly ear or Mu Er, are popular for adding texture to soups and stir-fry and absorbing flavours. The Asian fungus is often added to Chinese hot and sour soup to add texture and to Szechwan cuisine to soak up their spicier flavors.  They are rich in fibre, high in iron and full of Vitamin B-2 which helps support your immune system

  • Tremella Mushroom

    Dried Snow Fungus Tremella fuciformis (Yin Er / Bai Mu Er) 100g

    £4.88

    Tremella Mushroom (also known as silver ear/snow ear/white jelly mushroom) is very popular in Chinese cuisine for it’s healing properties and is known to beautify the skin. It is widely used in Asia as a Qi and immune tonic. It contains protein, carbohydrates, fat, dietary fiber, including healthful polysaccharides. Tremella medicinal mushroom contains anti-tumor agents, it helps in lowering blood glucose, lowering cholesterol, protecting against radiation and boosting the body’s antioxidant levels.

  • Nameko Mushroom

    Dried Nameko Mushroom Pholiota microspora (Hua Zi Gu) 100g

    £8.20

    The Nameko Mushroom (also known as the Pholiota Nameko Mushroom or Hua Zi Gu) is a small, amber-brown mushroom with a slightly gelatinous. It is rich in vitamins, calcium, potassium and sodium. The medicinal properties are extremely important for the resistance of staph infections. It can be used in miso soup and nabemono.

Herbal Tea

  • Dried Hawthorn Berries

    Dried Hawthorn Berries Shan Zha 100g / 500g

    £2.40£11.40

    Hawthorn berries are also known ‘Shan Zha’. Ours are sundried and pitted and can be used in teas or desserts for a healthy heart! Available in 100g and 500g.

  • Honeysuckle Flower

    Dried Honeysuckle Flower (Jin Yin Hua) 500g

    £33.36

    The Honeysuckle Flower has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for many years, for its healing properties. It is used with other herbs to create health-boosting remedies. The flower can be used in teas and oils to help headaches, relieves nausea and protects against infections.

  • Mulberry Leaf

    Dried Mulberry Leaf (Sang Ye) 500g

    £3.66

    Mulberry leaves are extremely popular in China, Korea and Japan and are mainly used in herbal teas. The compounds in the leaves have anti-diabetic effects. The leaves are also known to have antioxidant effects and lower cholesterol.

  • Lotus Leaf

    Dried Lotus Leaf (He Ye) 500g

    £5.96

    Lotus leaf is the leaf of the sacred lotus flower. The leaves are often used in teas and have many health benefits. Drinking the tea regularly has been proven to expel mucus, stop internal bleeding and helps acid reflux, as well as many other benefits. This product comes shredded and not as whole leaves.

  • Dried Ginger Root

    Dried Ginger Root (Gan Jiang) 500g

    £8.25

    Dried Ginger Root is among the healthiest spices on the planet. Ginger also has a long history of use in various forms of traditional/alternative medicine. It has been used to help digestion, reduce nausea and help fight the common cold, the name a few. Ginger can be used fresh, dried, powdered or as an oil or juice.

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  • Dried Hawthorn Berries

    Dried Hawthorn Berries Shan Zha 100g / 500g

    £2.40£11.40

    Hawthorn berries are also known ‘Shan Zha’. Ours are sundried and pitted and can be used in teas or desserts for a healthy heart! Available in 100g and 500g.

  • Barley Grain

    Dried Barley Grain (Mai Ya) 500g

    £3.14

    Barley Grain is from the same family as oats, wheat and quinoa. It is not as popular as the other grains, as many people aren’t aware of all the health benefits barley has. You can use it as an alternative for rice, or try it in a soup!

  • Astragalus Root

    Dried Astragalus Root (Huang Qi / Radix Astragali) 500g

    £14.50

    Astragalus Root has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries as a way to help the body fight off stress and disease. Astragalus is a plant within the Leguminosae (beans or legumes) family, with a very long history as an immune system booster and disease fighter. This product works great in a tea, three times a day.

  • Soya Beans

    Soya Beans (Huang Dou) 500g

    £2.70

    Soya Beans are a species of legume native to East Asia, widely grown for their numerous uses. Soya beans are high in protein and are used as a vegetarians and lactose alternative. They are the basis of soya milk, tofu, miso and lots of other foods. The beans are high in protein, vitamins, minerals and fibre.

    A 100g serving of soya beans contains: 173 calories, 17g protein, 1g fat, 10g carbohydrate and 6g fibre.

  • Black Soybeans

    Black Soybeans (Hei Dou / Dou Chi) 500g

    £3.10

    Black Soybeans, know as Douchi or black beans, are a type of fermented and salted black soybean. They are a flavouring most popular in China, where they are most widely used for making black bean sauce dishes. Black soybeans should not be confused with the black turtle bean, a variety that is commonly used in Central and South America in dishes such as burritos. The black soybean contains many vitamins, proteins and amino acids and is known to be a source of balance.

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