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Nourishing Milky Oat Tea Blend~ Western Take on Gan Mai Da Zao Tang (Calm the Spirit Decoction)

    Gan Mai Da Zao Wan is http://fowode.org/professional-viagra-online a Chinese formula from the Jing Gui (The Golden Cabinet), a medicine text written by Zheng Zhong-Jing in 220 AD. ┬áIt is in the www.fgedu.com Calm Spirit category and seattleagainstslavery.org its strategy is to tonify Heart Yin and Blood deficiency as it calms the spirit.

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Tulsi – Ocimum sanctum

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