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Panax ginseng

Organ Affinity: Spleen, Lungs
Effects: Boosts energy, immunity and sexuality; strengthens male reproductive organs, adrenal glands; improves the body's ability to handle stress.
Indications: Energy deficiency, weak pulse; asthma due to "empty" lungs; diabetes, heart palpitations, lack of appetite.
Remarks: Regulates blood pressure and blood sugar, promotes secretions of sexual hormones in men and women and promotes blood production.

Siberian ginseng

Organ Affinity: Liver, Kidney
Effects: Anti-rheumatic, analgesic, diuretic, tones ligaments and tendons.
Indications: Rheumatism and arthritis; cramps, liver and kidney deficiencies, weak lower back and legs.
Remarks: Strong anti-rheumatic and sexual vitality. Good adaptogen: Used to treat cardiovascular disease, diabetes and even cancer. Improves physical and mental pcrformances. Promotes overall health.

(Radix astragali)

Organ Affinity: Spleen, Lungs
Effects: Tonifies; diuretic, impedes perspiration, promotes suppression of abscess.
Indications: Energy deficiency, fatigue, prolapsed rectum, womb, or other organs, profuse sweating due to external "empty" ailments; stubborn abscess; facial swelling; diabetes.
Remarks: Used as a cardiotonic, lowers blood pressure and blood sugar; improves circulation in flesh and skin. Strengthens immune system by stimulating white cell activity and production of interferon. Chinese herbalists use it to improve digestion and metabolism.

Chinese Kudzu
(Puerarin lobata)

Organ Affinity: Spleen, Pancreas, Stomach
Effects: Diaphoretic, cooling, dilator of arteries and veins.
Indications: Alcohol craving: "hangover;" treatment of glaucoma; headache; heart functional problems. Remarks: Tonic for reduction of alcohol craving; daidzin in kudzu blocks enzymes which cause alcohol poisoning (hangover); beta-adrenoreceptor antagonist. Protective effects on heart; helps with headaches by the effect of having better blood flow to the brain.

Lo Han Kuo
(Cucurbitaceae fruit -Momordica grosvenori)

Organ Affinity: Spleen, Liver
Effects: Antipyretic; moist; calming; and relaxing.
Indications: Digestive tract problems; sore throats, coughs, headache, and tension.
Remarks: Effective for elimination of constipation, diarrhea, or other digestive problems; relaxes digestive tract. Relates to tension and helps reduce headaches.
Selected References for Perfect Balance (Natural Sugar Balance) Tea Tea

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2. Kim, B.C., Cho, H.Y. and Kim, J.M. "Effect on Panax ginseng on the central nervous system." Korean J. Pharmacol., 2, 23-28, 1971.
3. Saito, H., Yoshida, Y. and Takagi, K. "Effects of Panax ginseng root on exhaustive exercise in mice." Japanese Journal ofPharmocology, 24,119-127, 1974.
4. Breckham, 1.1 and Dardymov, l.V. "New substances of plant origin which increases non specific resistance." Annual Review of Pharmacology, 9, 419-430, 1969.

1. Eleutheroccus and other Adaptogenic Plants of the Far East, The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine. 7th Ser., 179-1984, 1966. Mowrey, D.
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3. Gerentology. The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine. 28, 12 1-124, 1982. Mowrey,D.
4. Encyclopedia of Traditional Chinese Medicine, People's Publishing Company, Shanghai, pp. 1356-
1357 1986; Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 22, 197-205 1941.

1. Hikino, H., Funayama, 5.1-I. and Endo, K. "Hypertensive principle of astragulas and hedysarum roots." Planta Medica, 30(4), 297-302, 1976.
2. Zhang, ND., Wong, Y.L. et al. "Effects of astragulas saponin I on cAMP and cGMP level in plasma and DNA synthesis in regenerating rat liver." Acta Pharmaceutic Sinica, 19(8),619-621, 1984.
3. Yang, G. and Geng, P. "Effects of yang-promoting drugs on immunological functions of yangdeficient animal model induced by prednisolone." Journal of traditional Chinese Medicine, 4(2), 153- 156, 1984.
4. Zhou, M.X. et al. "Theraputic effect of astragulas in treating chronic active hepatitus and the changes in immune function." Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army, 7(4), 242-244,1982.
5. Hou, Y., et.al. "Effect of radix astragali sen hedysari on the interferon system." Chin. Med. J., 94(1), 35-40, 1981.

I. [Effect of puerarin on cerebral blood flow in dogs]. [Chinese]. Chung Kuo Chung Yay Tsa Chih 1995 Sep;20)9):560-2, inside backcover. Chen L., etc.
2. [Effects of puerarin on cat vascular smooth muscle in vitro]. [Chinese]. Chung Kuo Yao Li Hsuch Pao 1994 Mar: 15(2); 180-2. Wang L.Y., etc.
3. [The intraocular pressure depressive effect of puerarin] [Chinese]. Chung Hua Yen Ko Tsa Chih 1993 Nov; 29(6):336-9. Kang, RX.
4. Protective effect of puerarin against myocardial reperfusion injury. Myocardial metabolism and ultrastructure. Chin Med J (Engl) 1922 June; 105(6):451-6. Fan LL., etc.

1. Lee C. "Intense sweetener from Lo Han Kuo (Momordica grosvenori)." Experientia 1975 May 15; 31(5) :533-4
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