Herbal Ingredients

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Passion Coffee Ingredients

Herba Epimedii
Due to its qi-boosting and spirit quieting effects, Herba Epimedii is traditionally used to relieve stress and fatigue. Chinese folk healers were reported to use 100-200g (10 times the common modern clinical dose) of Herba Epimedii decocted with squid and red wine as a treatment for bodily fatigue and lack of strength due to overtaxation. It is believed to remedy fatigue and absent-mindedness by flooding the brain with blood. Additionally, Herba Epimedii leaf extracts have long been used as an aphrodisiac, and the herb is a common ingredient in the alcoholic “Spring Wine”.

Rhodiola Rosea
a plant in the Crassulaceae family that grows in cold regions of the world. These include much of the Arctic, the mountains of Central Asia, the Rocky Mountains, and mountainous parts of Europe, such as the Alps, Pyrenees, Carpathian Mountains, Scandinavia, Iceland, Great Britain and Ireland.

Rhodiola rosea may be effective for improving mood and alleviating depression. Pilot studies on human subjects showed that it improves physical and mental performance, and may reduce fatigue.

Panax Ginseng
Ginseng refers to species within Panax, a genus of 11 species of slow-growing perennial plants with fleshy roots, in the family Araliaceae. They grow in the Northern Hemisphere in eastern Asia (mostly northern China, Korea, and eastern Siberia), typically in cooler climates; Panax vietnamensis, discovered in Vietnam, is the southernmost ginseng found. This article focuses on the Series Panax ginsengs, which are the adaptogenic herbs, principally Panax ginseng and P. quinquefolius. Ginseng is characterized by the presence of ginsenosides.

Both American and Panax (Asian) ginseng roots are taken orally as aphrodisiacs, nourishing stimulants and in the treatment of type II diabetes, including sexual dysfunction in men.

Cortex Cinnamon
Cinnamon is now almost entirely obtained from cultivated plants. These are cut down to form stools, from which adventitious shoots arise. When these are from 1.5 to 2 metres long and about a year and a half or two years old, they are cut down during the rainy season. The cinnamon stick is short and rather splintery; the transverse section shows an outer pale layer (sclerenchymatous cells) and an inner dark layer (bast).

Cinnamon has a fragrant odor and a warm, sweet, aromatic taste.

Radix Astragali
Radix Astragali can alleviate heat in the muscles resulting from a qi (vital energy) deficiency. When qi is deficient, the consolidation of the exterior becomes inadequate; and this lets the body’s yang-qi wander over the exterior creating heat in the muscles. This is the type of heat manifestation caused by a qi deficiency that Radix Astragali can remove.

Qi is the commander of blood which means the blood flow is regulated by qi. When there is qi deficiency that leads to severe blood stagnation, symptoms like pain, numbness and paralysis of one side of the body (hemiplegia) can develop. By combining with herbs that promote qi production or blood flow, Radix Astragali invigorates qi to “move” the blood which benefits blood circulation. Therefore the blood stagnation can be relieved.

Passion Coffee Ingredient Weight Percentage
Herba Epimedii .155g .91%
Rhodiola Rosea .085g .5%
Panax Ginseng .085g .5%
Cortex Cinnamon .08g .47%
Radix Astragali .045g .26%