This is the classical Yin Qiao formulation used for centuries
in Asia. What distinguishes Dragon Herbs
Yin Qiao from others is the quality of the herbs used to produce it, and the production technology.
ALL HERBS in China (and from most places) come in
different grades based upon their variety, seed stock, growing source, growing
conditions, care of the cultivators or collectors, and processing at various
stages of the supply chain and during production.
That’s a lot to consider. But Dragon Herbs
does take all these into account in selecting our raw materials and in
producing our herbal products.
Yin Qiao is so widely
consumed in China that almost every domestic herb factory makes it. Most of
this production uses low grade herbs for price reasons. Many of the peasants of
China take Yin Qiao, so many factories produce it so that it costs just
Dragon Herbs does not use these
low grade, less effective, raw materials for Yin Qiao
or any of its products. Dragon Herbs identifies sources of the BEST raw
material, the kind preferred in Shanghai or Hong Kong by those who know herbs
and want the best. We use this premium material to produce this important
Production technology also matters. Most factories
just throw the herbs into a tank and cook the whole thing for a couple of
hours, then they make a powdered extract of the tea
using a lot of excipient (usually not natural).
Dragon Herbs uses low temperature extraction using very pure water and no
chemicals. We add the herbs carefully at incremental stages. Some of the herbs
in Yin Qiao can only be cooked for a few minutes.
These “short cook” herbs are cooked separately and carefully and
added at the end.
One very important process that most factories skip
involves the collection of aromatic oils from the tea. Real Yin Qiao has a sweet-spicy aroma. This is from the aromatic
oils in the herbs. If the herbs are overcooked and the oils are allowed to
evaporate, the true power of Yin Qiao cannot be
achieved – even if good quality herbs are used.
Dragon Herbs always processes it herbs using an
“oil trap.” An oil trap is a sophisticated device connected to the
extraction system. It captures evaporating aromatic oils and collects them in
crystallized form. These collected aromatic oils are therefore not
lost. They are added back into the extract at the end of the process. And this
makes ALL THE DIFFERENCE!
When you smell Dragon Herbs Yin Qiao,
and other Dragon Herbs powdered extracts, you can always smell the aromatic
oils. These oils are not present in most other brands of powdered extract. It
is something we pay extra for, but you the customer doesn’t. We know that
for an herbal extract to work, it must be made correctly and with the best
technology available in the world.*
Capsules 240 mg each
Forsythia fruit, Chinese Mint leaf, Prepared Soja
seed, Platycodon root, Arctium
lappa fruit, Chinese Licorice root, Schizonepeta herb, Phragmites
rhizome, Lophatherum leaf.
Ingredients: Nu-Rice, Nu-Flow, Calcium Stearate.
capsules, 2 times per day or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Remember Ron Teeguarden’s
“First Rule of Tonic Herbalism,” summed
up in a single word – Compliance. If you don’t take
the herbs, they won’t work.”
statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended
diagnose, treat, cure
or prevent any disease.