Let's begin with thorowax root, or Chai Hu as it is written in Chinese. But first, a primer: According to Chinese philosophy, we primarily live our lives in two realms, the visible and the invisible. What connects these two dimensions is us, as in our whole presence and being, and the law of cause and effect. The visible is the tangible, the easily seen, felt, and understood, while the invisible is that which operates as an energy at the level of the universe, the essential life force: Qi.
Our bodies can experience Qi naturally, as it is all around us and is the same energy that vitalizes. However, any imbalance, disturbance, or obstruction to this flow of energy can cause emotional, physical, and mental health issues.
This disharmony is where Traditional Chinese Medicine theory flourishes, offering alternatives and safer methods of healing found in nature and comes to the rescue for those seeking to restore and balance themselves, both physically and emotionally, in a natural way.
Don’t Get Stressed by Traditional Chinese Medicine: Relax with It
Through the use of the ageless herbs, Chinese Medicine aims to activate the self-healing core everyone is naturally born with, removing disharmony between the various internal organs. But with a practice thousands of years in the making, with countless herbs to chose from, where does one begin to help drive emotional harmony?
With all of our formulas, we’ve picked from only the best and most beneficial, driving a natural flow that supports the busy mind and body. To this end, particularly if your routine has been hectic as of late, sending you in a stress overdrive, then an introduction to Thorowax root and its incredible sense of calm and Qi-enhancing benefits is in order.
Frazzled nerves and a clouded mind is never fun: Thorowax root aids in calming one's spinning head, delivering emotional bliss and a wonderful sense of calm.
Origin of the Thorowax RootThorowax Root, known scientifically as Bupleurum chinense or by its Chinese pinyin translation, Chai Hu, is a plant of the Apiaceae family. This medicinal herb has its origin in East Asia and has a reed-like appearance. The first mention of this herb is found in a text dating back to the first century BC. In present times, it is widely produced in Hebei, Hanan, Liaoning, Sichuan, and Hubei provinces of China. Mildly fragrant and bitter in taste, this root herb has been in consumption in China for thousands of years.
How the Herb Can Power You Up
Thorax Root is considered a liver tonic in ancient Chinese medicine and an effective remedy for fevers, cough, common cold, and even PMS (among its restorative properties to the mind). Furthermore, the herb is known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties. Thorax Root is effective when consumed along with other herbs; particularly, ginger, white peony root, and the Chinese angelica root. It works wonders in alleviating stress, irritability, and depression.We strongly believe in Thorax's power to ensure greater mental wellness as it helps in aligning the mind, body, and spirit. That is why we have incorporated it in one of our highly regarded and most recommended effervescent powders for Emotional Balance.
Before using your mind for healing, purify your thoughts by allowing the most healthy and purest form of energy to circulate within the body. Embrace the time tested methods and techniques of the ancient Chinese philosophy to not just uplift your mood but also your quality of life!
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat, mitigate or cure any disease or symptom.