Ingredients/FAQ



What are the ingredients of CCherbal?



Qing Dai

(Indigo Naturalis)
          Origin: South China
          Nature: Cold
          Taste: Salty
          Actions: Clears heat, cools blood, expels toxin
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Huang Qin

(Baical Skullcap Root)
          Origin: Hebei, Inner-Mongolia, Shaanxi
          Nature: Cold
          Taste: Bitter
          Actions: Clears heat

Mu Xiang

(Costus Root)
          Origin: Lijiang (Yunnan)
          Nature: Warm
          Taste: Bitter
          Actions: Moves Qi, regulates the middle, calms pain

How are herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine?

The Chinese have relied on herbal formulas for their health for thousands of years, and they continue to do so today. In many ways, these herbs complement modern medicine, especially for conditions like Ulcerative Colitis where people benefit from the synergistic blend of western and eastern treatment.

Are the ingredients in CCherbal derived from plants?

All ingredients used in CCherbal are natural and plant-based, grown and processed in specific regions of China.

Are the ingredients in CCherbal concentrated?

Yes. CCherbal is concentrated many times compared to raw herbs.

Can I take CCherbal with my other medications?

If you have had Ulcerative Colitis for a number of years, chances are good that you are taking a number of prescription drugs and very likely using supplements and diet modification.  With the addition of CCherbal, we encourage an “all of the above” strategy.

Shouldn’t you do everything you can to improve your condition?



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