CHINESE HERBAL COMBINATIONS

Horizons,
September

An introduction to
NSP’s new line of Chinese TCM herbal concentrates. Includes a list of NSP
Chinese concentrated formulas and the systems they support, a discussion of the
concentration process and a quick look at the principles of Traditional Chinese
Medicine.

Concentrated Extracts
Are Here

NOW MORE POWERFUL IN CONCENTRATED
EXTRACT FORM

Chinese herbalists have spent
thousands of years developing and perfecting their herbal formulas in accordance
with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The Chinese approach honors the
interaction between the body’s systems. The result? Powerful herbal
formulas that work to promote harmony in the body. Nature’s
Sunshine’s Chinese herbal formulas are now available in a more pure and
potent concentrated extract form, called TCM concentrates.


In NSP’s unique extraction process, the herbs
are first combined in their proper proportions. The active constituents are
drawn out and preserved, leaving behind any unwanted or unneeded parts. The
entire herb formula is percolated at a temperature low enough to minimize
evaporation and the breakdown of active constituents, but high enough to allow
the synergistic interaction of herbs to occur. The result is an herbal extract
formula that is pure and potent. In fact, each capsule of the extract is at
least four times as potent as the regular herbal combination. This is different
than Western philosophy, which concentrates individual herbs and later combines
them.

Enjoy the benefits of Chinese
herbal wisdom with NSP’s pure, powerful TCM concentrate herbal combination
extracts.

Nervous
Fatigue Formula.
Nervous Fatigue Formula helps support a body under
stress, supports digestion and promotes
sleep.

Chinese
Mood Elevator.
Chinese Mood Elevator supports the liver. The Chinese
theorize that the liver plays an integral role in maintaining a positive
mood.

KB-C.
By nourishing the kidneys and supporting the urinary and structural systems,
KB-C helps eliminate water and provides extra joint
support.

Liver
Balance
. Liver Balance supports both the digestive and nervous
systems, optimizing liver health and reducing
stress.

Chinese
Lung Support
. Chinese Lung Support boosts the immune system, builds
energy and supports the respiratory
system.

Chinese
Trigger Immune®
. Chinese Trigger Immune builds the immune system
and promotes energy.

VS-C®.
The herbs in VS-C create a favorable environment for microbial balance and
overall health, support detoxification and promote a healthy respiratory
tract.

Chinese Blood Build. This formula is designed to
support the blood, liver and glands. It may improve blood quality and purity and
strengthen the immune system.

Chinese
Anti-Gas
. Under Chinese philosophy, Chinese Anti-Gas supports the
natural elimination of excess moisture and toxins by moving energy (chi) to the
head.

IF-C.
The herbs in IF-C nourish the structural and immune systems by stimulating blood
flow and eliminating toxins.

Chinese
Kidney Activator
. In TCM, Chinese Kidney Activator promotes kidney
function and helps clear retained water from the
body.

Chinese
Spleen Activator
. This formula nourishes the spleen and pancreas.
Under Chinese philosophy, it acts as a digestive system tonic and energizes a
tired body.

HY-C.
HY-C nutritionally supports the glandular system and associated metabolic
processes.

Chinese
Stress Relief
. The herbs in Chinese Stress Relief nourish the nervous
system and subsequently may improve gastric function and strengthen the urinary
system.

Principles of Traditional
Chinese
Medicine

Chi
Chi
is an invisible flow of energy that circulates throughout the body along defined
meridians. Chi is responsible for health and well-being. Obstruction in the flow
of chi leads to illness.

Yin and
Yang

Traditional Chinese Medicine holds
that wholeness is the unity of opposites, represented by yin and yang. Yin is
passive and receptive, while yang is active and aggressive. The interaction
between yin and yang keep the world in motion as night turns into day and winter
leads to spring. Proper balance of yin and yang lead to well
being.

The Five
Elements

The creation cycle depends on the
five elements—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—working together.
Wood burns to feed fire. Fire’s ashes become earth. Earth gives its core
to create metal. Metal causes condensation, producing water. Water nourishes
plants and trees, creating wood. Ancient Chinese herbalists noticed a connection
between these forces of nature and the body’s functions. Each element is
associated with a body system and a pair of organs—one yin organ and one
yang organ. Appropriate interaction between the partner organs leads to
wholeness and health.

Element
System
Yin Organ
Yang Organ
Wood
Processing Toxins
Liver
Gallbladder
Fire
Circulation of blood hormones and food
Heart
Small intestine
Earth
Digestion
Spleen/Pancreas
Stomach
Metal
Respiration and elimination
Lungs
Large intestine
Water
Elimination
Kidneys
Bladder


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