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how do you incorporate your powders into baking? How do you determine how much to put in that is still an effective dose per serving?

For baking, we recommend using the serving size listed on the jar to determine how many servings ...

Hello! Is yin power safe for pregnant women? thank you!

Hi there! Because we are not healthcare providers or herbalists, we cannot give you any medical a...

Hello! I have a weak kidney Qi by nature and have some major bags/ puffiness under my eyes my whole life , I also want to be an older mother and would like to try next year when I am 39. I need something that will help with both the bags under my eyes and

Hello! I have a weak kidney Qi by nature and have some major bags/ puffiness under my eyes my who...

Where is Ashitaba grown? Aslo when you say wildcrafted what does that mean?



Hi there! Our Ashitaba is sustainably wild harvested in Taiwan. Wildcrafted means that it was grown naturally outdoors without human intervention and without the use of any chemicals or other harmful pesticides. They are essentially foraged plants. Plants that are wildcrafted are subject to different environmental stressors that can help the plants grow to be full of more nutrients and phytonutrients that plants produce when allowed to grow to maturity in the wild. Since they are subject to the natural environment without human intervention or coddling, it is thought that wildcrafted plants are also more resilient, strong and more potent botanicals. Some say that the energetics of the wilderness can be felt and captured in the essence of wildcrafted plants. Plants that are truly wildcrafted are also essentially organic. There are sets of wildcrafting guidelines available online.

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