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Posted on February 19, 2015

Learn How to Use the Right Chinese Herbs for Pain

We have created a new brochure that we know you are going to LOVE and want to share with others who use Chinese herbs, jows/liniments, or who have a specific are of pain that they need to address. The article in the brochure is called: Herbs for Pain: Traditional Chinese Medicine Methods for Directing a […]

Posted on February 8, 2015

Boneset “Casts” for Healing Bones

Boneset “Casts” for Healing Bones

Many of you know all too well that broken or fractured bones and stress fractures can put you out of the game (and in an awkward and unattractive boot, cast or sling, too) for weeks or even months. Fortunately, there are herbs like Boneset that help bones heal more quickly. Eupatorium perfoliatum is also called […]

Posted on September 18, 2014

What is Dit Da?: An In-Depth Explanation of Three Formulas and the Action of the Chinese Herbal Components

Why do you need to see a doctor? The answer, inevitably, is injury or illness. Yes, of course, there is preventative medicine, the concept of tonifying, or supplementation. And, if you live in Beverly Hills, there is also plastic surgery. But let’s not get caught up in complexities. Injury and illness are what the need […]

Posted on September 17, 2014

Yan Hu Suo: Answer to Low-Level Chronic Pain?

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been using Yan Hu Suo, the Corydalis plant, to treat headaches and back pain for centuries.  This plant is a member of the poppy family and its stems and roots were, historically, ground and then boiled in vinegar to produce a kind of strong medicine. While PlumDragonHerbs has been using this herb in its Dit […]

Posted on June 11, 2014

Turn Your Body into a Weapon With Reaction Training

Increase Your Reaction Time, Your Agility, and Your Explosive Power with These Reaction Training Techniques Developed by the Soviets In the Cold War.