Chinese Herbal Soup Mix For Women
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Makes 4 hearty servings
What it is:
root + spring's Chinese Herbal Soup Mix for Women is based on an ancient tonic recipe to support women's hormones and the immune system and is our most potent herbal mix yet. Formulated with dong quai root and rehmannia, this soup will act as a monthly ally against PMS. It is traditionally consumed at the end of your period and is highly beneficial for menstrual cramps and pains, PMS, and regulating menses, hormonal headaches, bloating and sore breasts.
Please note, the herb Rehmannia in this mix can turn the soup the color black. This should be expected and safe to consume.
Which concerns is this herbal mix good for?
✔ Premenstrual syndrome
✔ Stress and anxiety
✔ Depressed liver
✔ Deficiency of the spleen
- Manages stress and mind wellness
- Maintains a healthy hormonal balance
- Alleviates premenstrual pain
- Restores health and body
Traditional Chinese medicine benefits:
- Invigorates the blood
- Nourish the female reproductive organs
- Calms the shen
What else you need to know:
Dong Quai is one of the most popular Chinese herbs for women. It is often prescribed for gynecological problems - menstrual irregularities and/or fertility issues - as well as poor blood circulation. We package an entire piece, root to tip, which will give you maximum potency.
100% natural ingredients - handcrafted in small batches to bring you the freshest herbs
Are included. Just a 5 minute prep time!
For maximum shelf life, please store in a cool, dry place (refrigerator's bottom shelf is okay).
Most beneficial if consumed the week after menstruation.
Sichuan Lovage Root (Chuan Xiong) - Because it moves Qi, this herb is widely used for various pain caused by blood stasis or qi stagnation. It is commonly used for various gynecological diseases to move blood and regulate menstruation, treating irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, postpartum abdominal pain due to blood stasis and qi stagnation.
White Peony Root (Bai Shao) - Excellent at alleviating painful menstruation because of its analgesic and spasmolytic actions. This herb relaxes muscles, reduces painful menstruation, as well as lowers serum and free testosterone levels in women.
Rehmannia (Shu Di Huang) - A longevity herb known for nourishing Yin depletion, and to provide potent restorative, building properties that are beneficial for increasing fertility as well as sex drive. It strengthens tendons, bones and bone marrow in addition to supplying nutriments to the ears and eyes.
- soup mix
- dong quai
- miso soup
- chix stock
- umami flavor
AMAZING!!! I don't know where to begin! So, you MUST cut up some scallions/green onions, very thinly and scatter them in your bowl of soup once served. It tastes so gooood. Another tip for those who are still wanting more umami flavor, you can whisk or stir in a teeny bit of Bouillon/stock paste. ***Serving size is a huge plus. This packet can be reused and it is so worth the money. It fed me for a long while. I actually made fish soup the first time. Then made chicken soup the next. Same packet of herbs!!!
Since this was our first experience with this soup mix, we kept it simple. We added a whole chicken and some ginger then cooked it in the Instant Pot. The flavor was delicious.
It was so easy to use and I loved the cards that came with it so I knew which ingredient is which and the benefits. I could never depend on my mom to tell me. She would just say a little of this and that, and that they’ll all healthy. I did taste some sweetness but it’s not herby at all, but may also be due to my having grown up with herbal bone broth to the point when I either don’t mind it or don’t even taste it anymore. But my husband who didn’t grow up with this and he didn’t detect anything “abnormal”. I bought a few other packs so I’m interested to trying to see if the other soups taste the same or way different. I’m really glad I bought this and am looking forward to trying/buying more!
I can't say whether this helped with any female issues, but it was quite tasty and I would try it again
I've had issues with my cycle since I was 16, my symptoms usually mimic the 1st trimester of pregnancy with nausea and cramps. I started using dong quai and oolong since I was 18 yrs old. I can honestly say I've already seen a improvement in my cycle since using the herbs. Its a little intimidating at first, to cook with them and what to do but eventually you get the hang of it. First try, I use organic chix stock to cut the taste and its now a weekly breakfast tonic before my cycle of substituting my miso soup for breakfast tonic with congee. Definitely want to try more herbal mixes.