Golden Flower Jing Qi Formula
Ligustri Lucidi Fructus (Ligustrum, Privet Fruit / Nu Zhen Zi) 13%|Ecliptae Herba (Eclipta / Han Lian Cao) 13%|Dioscoreae Rhizoma (Chinese Yam / Shan Yao) 13%|Codonopsis Pilosae Radix (Codonopsis / Dang Shen) 13%|Poria (Poria, Hoelen, Tuckahoe / Fu Ling) 9%|Atractylodis Macrocephalae Rhizoma (White Atractylodes Rhizome / Bai Zhu) 6%|Lycii Fructus (Lycium Fruit, Chinese Wolfberr y / Gou Qi Zi) 6%|Schisandrae Fructus (Schisandra Fruit / Wu Wei Zi) 5%|Glycyrrhizae Radix (Chinese Licorice Root / Gan Cao) 5%|Bupleuri Radix (Bupleurum Root / Chai Hu) 4%|Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium (Tangerine Peel / Chen Pi) 4%|Cyperi Rhizoma (Cyperus, Nut-Grass / Xiang Fu) 3%|Dolomiaeae Radix (Costus Root, Vladimiria Root / Chuan Mu Xiang) 2%|Zingiberis Rhizoma Recens (Fresh Ginger / Sheng Jiang) 2%|Amomi Fructus (Chinese Cardamom / Bai Dou Kou) 2%
Golden Flower Chinese Herbs (GFCH) was founded in 1990 by John Scott, DOM and Lorena Monda, DOM, with a goal to provide high quality, reasonably priced formulas without the impurities, adulterants or questionable ingredients found in other herbal products. All of the GFCH formulas are tested for pesticide residues, microbial activity and heavy metals and exceed current international GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards. The GFCH product line has grown from five formulas in 1990 to over one hundred and thirteen in 2009, and includes formulas created by well-respected practitioners like Andrew Ellis and Jake Paul Fratkin.
GFCH offers optimally-concentrated formulations in tablet form, many of which are classical Chinese prescriptions and others of which are traditional preparations adapted to better serve the needs of modern Western patience or are new formulas based on traditional strategies to address modern complaints. Whether you choose a classical Chinese prescription or a new formula, you can be sure you are purchasing a product with uncompromising quality and purity. GFCH employs advanced techniques in herb selection, identification and processing to ensure the end result is a safe, correct and effective formula.