Chinese Herbalism has been around for years. There are so many herbs for a variety of wellness and immunity needs, and they can also help in the department of beauty.
I’ve been studying Chinese herbalism for 3 years now, and I’ve added them as a part of my daily health regimen. It’s very important to consult your doctor if this is the first time using them, or you feel unsure about the pros and cons of them.The daily herbs that I use daily are Goji Berrys, Lily Bulb, and Schizandra .
One thing that I love is a good soup that is not only delicious, but nourishing to your body and soul. These herbs are amazing to add to soups or smoothies. Smoothies are a perfect start to your mornings.
These added with some almond milk for a smoothie or bone broth for a soup is a great way to use them.
The winter sets in pretty quickly, and if you are feeling sinus pressure coming on with a lack of moisture in the air, and headaches daily, then this is a perfect time to add the herbs. Chinese herbs give off amazing thermal energy that works your body from the inside out.
My favorite seasonal blends are echinacea, ginger, and cinnamon bark. Echinacea is perfect as a tea. I usually drink it morning and night . I always use ginger . Ginger is one herb that has many uses. I drink it as a tea , or add it to a facial steam. I have sinus issues every winter , so ginger is very useful during the winter. Cinnamon bark is perfect for adding to any food or hot tea. The herb is not only good for your health , but tastes amazing.