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The difference between the way women in the Western World and women in Asia deal with menopause is night and day. It is the natural foods and herbs method versus artificial hormones and conventional pills. The perimenopausal years leading to the final menstrual cycle bring tremendous change to the female body. In Asian cultures, this change is understood as yin deficiency, which is commonly treated successfully with foods and herbs.Traditionally, Asian cultures inherently understanding that foods and herbs can be added to a daily diet to help manage these changes when they first appear. Unlike in the West, they don't look to artificial hormone remedies known as HRT (hormone replacement therapy).
Some of the earliest Chinese herbal formulas, written on bamboo by Doctor Zhang Zhong around 200 AD, address this nourishment principal. Herbal combinations from this era are still used effectively today. One very famous yin nourishing formula includes rehmanniae, poria, discoreae, anemorrheanea, moutan and other herbs to balance the kidney yin and yang. Legend has it this formula was an emperor's secret and was stored in a golden cabinet. Today, its history is encompassed in its name, "Kidney Qi Pill from the Golden Cabinet." These and other herbs have been studied extensively in the last century and shown to be effective remedies forhot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, dryness, anxiety, stress amp; other symptoms related to menopause.
Pacific Herbs Menopause Relief Herb Pack is based on these time-tested Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formulations that aim to balance the hormones in the body, rather than replace them. Managing menopause with artificial or bioidentical hormone therapy and conventional pills, unfortunately, does not address the underlying issues.Whether you are perimenopausal with mild night sweats, or have been menopausal for some time, you will get relief with our herbs. Our re-sealable, stay fresh pouch of highly concentrated herbal extract usually last about a month. Just dissolve granules in warm water and drink like a delicious cup of tea or place directly on tongue and swallow with water or juice. Either way you get a therapeutic amount of our full spectrum concentrated herbal extracts. You can expect a noticeable decrease in the intensity of your symptoms within 30 days.The general recommended amount is 1 tsp. twice daily in the morning and evening or after lunch and dinner. However, usage varies slightly by weight and symptoms and usage instruction is included in each package.
Menopause symptoms occur because the body’s thermostat needs re-adjusting. Although every “body” is different, 3-6 months is commonly the time it takes the body to readjust and maintain this balance. Our Menopause Relief Herb Pack can be used safely long term.No alcohol is used in our extraction process, only purified water. Unlike other herbal and non-herbal remedies for menopause on the market, Pacific Herbs Menopause Relief Herb Pack does not have GMO corn dextrin as filler nor any unnatural chemicals with hard-to-pronounce names. Our Herb Pack contains nothing, but pure, potent herbs grown in nature that have been extensively tested for purity and potency.
Are your supplements full of fillers, also known as excipients? Most vitamins and herbs, including “natural health supplements”, are made with fillers, such as starch, magnesium stearate, sugar or titanium dioxide. Fillers have no health benefits and, in fact, they may be harmful. Magnesium stearate, also known as magnesium salt, is commonly used as a lubricant so ingredients in supplements and vitamins don’t stick to the machinery during compression and mixing. When machines are working optimally, without clogging, production schedules and profitability can be controlled. Thus, fillers ultimately benefit the manufacturer and their bottom line, not your health. Excipients are also used to extend the shelf life of Chinese herb products, as well as help achieve a uniform 5 to 1 herb ratio. Excipients usage in Chinese herbal products ranges anywhere from 35 percent to 50 percent of a 100-gram bottle of extract, the same percentages apply to capsule herb products.
Excipients toxicity and safety has been a controversial subject for more than a decade. Although a lot more research needs to be done, some studies suggests excipients destroy immunity by bursting T-Cells and block nutrient uptake. There is just simply too much we don’t know about how excipients interact in our bodies. What’s also worrisome is that FDA labeling requirements do not require the manufacturer to list the amount of excipients used. This leaves room for lots of speculation and ambiguity regarding the strength of these products, because there’s no way to know how much product in the bottle is filler and how much is vitamins and/or herbal extract. With Pacific Herbs, however, there is absolutely no ambiguity. We take great pride in offering Chinese Herbal Supplements without any fillers or binders, so you know exactly what you’re putting in your body. Our herbs, due to the lack of fillers, binders and other excipients commonly used in capsules and tablets, have shown to have superior absorption and, thus, greater bioavailability.
State-of-the-Art Pharmaceutical Facility
Pacific Herbs understands the concerns some may have about the safety and efficacy of Chinese Herbal Supplements. That’s why we want to be as transparent as possible about how our herbs are tested and produced. We’re also unafraid to be transparent, because our herbs are tested and produced by Tianjiang, a world leader in developing Chinese Herbal Extracts and a pioneer in related fields of scientific research since the 1990s. Tianjiang is a CFDA-approved GMP manufacturing pharmaceutical company, and a USA CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) complied health product supplier. USA CGMP is the gold standard in terms of regulations for pharmaceutical-grade herbal supplements. To ensure the highest standard of quality for its products, Tianjiang’s herbs are rigorously tested in precision laboratories using precisely controlled inspections. Tianjiang prides itself on the most modern manufacturing to ensure safety, quality and potency in all their products.
Potency: Identity and Chemical Constituents of Herbs are Verified
We’re very much aware that imposters and unscrupulous practices exist in this industry. Such practices include passing off one herb for another that is very similar, which results in a formulation that lacks potency. For Chinese Herbal Supplements to be effective, it is crucial that each herb used in the formulation is precisely the correct genius and species. That’s why we go to great lengths to confirm the identity and verify the chemical constituents of the herbs we use. State-of-the-art equipment, such as HPLC spectrometers, gives us unique and detailed information on each herb, just like a fingerprint. In addition to high-tech equipment, we also utilize organoleptic inspection, which is sensory inspection of the raw herbs by highly trained personnel to make sure we only use the highest quality ingredients for our Chinese herbal supplements.
Purity: No Sulfur and other Impurities
Chinese herbs are derived from natural plant and mineral products, so they’re vulnerable to insect infestation. To control decay, the vast majority of raw herbs are sprayed with sulfur-based chemicalsduring the drying process. Pacific Herbs does NOT buy any products that have been sprayed with sulfur dioxide (SD), because the byproduct is unacceptable to us as it often changes the chemical structure of the herbs. Sulfur can also have significant side effects on some people, such as asthmatics. For those not suffering from asthma, the most common reactions can include diarrhea amp; headaches. Because we don’t buy products that have been sprayed, we have very stringent policies for raw herb sourcing of our products. In addition to examining for sulfur residue, we use tools, such as thin layer chromatography scanning, to ensure that our herbs are free from contaminants and heavy metals just to name a couple.
Pacific Herbs was founded in 2010 by a Licensed Acupuncturist and Board-Certified Herbalist, Cathy Margolin. While raising children and coping with the health challenges of her family and friends, Cathy became discouraged with Western medicine’s lack of holistic and preventative care. Out of frustration she turned to Alternative and Complementary Medicine, such as herbs, acupuncture and healthy foods. After witnessing the healing powers in these modalities, Cathy became an acupuncturist and herbalist herself.
In 2010, Cathy went to China and Taiwan to extensively research the manufacturing and raw material sourcing of herbal products, as well as evaluate herbal pharmaceutical manufacturers, with the aim of bringing health and wellness through Complementary Herbal Medicine to the general public. Pacific Herbs was, thus, born to provide the most potent Chinese herbal supplements, sourced from the highest quality raw materials and processed in a state-of-the-art pharmaceutical facility with the most advanced equipment to cook and process raw herbs. Currently, over half the planet uses herbal medicine, and for centuries, millions of people have used the very same Traditional Chinese herbal formulas that Pacific Herbs uses in its herbal supplements. Manufacturing for our products is under strict (USA CGMP) Current Good Manufacturing Process standards, the gold standard for pharmaceutical-grade herbal supplements. The scientists and researchers who extract the Pacific Herbs concentrated granules have developed numerous patented technologies and acquired the most sophisticated equipment to test raw herbs for contaminants. In addition, expiration dates and lot numbers to trace all the herbs in each batch are stamped on every product.
About Our Manufacturer
Tianjiang has been a world leader in developing Chinese Herbal Extracts and a pioneer in related fields of scientific research since the 1990s. It owns 30 patents for herbal extraction invention and all independent intellectual property rights of key technologies for concentrated granule herb production. Furthermore, Tianjiang is a CFDA-approved GMP manufacturing pharmaceutical company, and a USA CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) complied health product supplier.To ensure the highest standard of quality for its products, Tianjiang’s herbs are rigorously tested in precision laboratories using precisely controlled inspections. Unwanted contaminants, such as heavy metals, sulfur residue, and microorganisms are not acceptable in any of Tianjiang’s Chinese herb extracts.Tianjiang prides itself on the most modern manufacturing to ensure safety, quality and potency in all the products they deliver.
About Our Founder
Cathy Margolin holds a National Certification of Acupuncture and is a California Board Licensed Acupuncturist and herbalist.She has a master’s degree in Eastern Oriental Medicine from Emperors College in Santa Monica, CA, where she graduated Cum Laude and has been given the honor of “Distinguished Alumni”. She further enhanced her clinical training by completing an internship at Tong Ren Hospital and Acupuncture and Moxibustion Outpatient Department, an affiliate of the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China. Cathy has a BBA and BA from Southern Methodist Univ. (SMU) in Dallas,Texas. Pacific Herbs is located in Bend, Oregon where Cathy, her husband and fur babies love to play in the surrounding wilderness.
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