Beverage of Seven Magnificent (code 811)
Herbal beverages
  • Zhi ban xia (Pinellia Rhizome)
  • Huang qin (Baical Skullcap Root)
  • Dang shen (Codonopsis Root)
  • Da zao (Jujube Berry)
  • Gan jiang (Fresh Ginger Rhizome)
  • Zhi gan cao (Licorice Root)
  • Huang lian (Goldthread Root)

Affects according to traditional Chinese medicine:

  • Harmonises the stomach WEI and intestines CHANG with the presence of cold HAN and heat RE
  • Eliminates moisture and heat SHI/RE from the stomach WEI and the intestines CHANG
  • Harmonises the excessive layer SHAO YANG (gallbladder DAN and three hearths SAN JIAO) due to gastric insufficiency WEI XU
  • Draws the rebellious energy QI NI from the opposite direction
  • Dissolves what is accumulates in the middle hearth ZHONG JIAO
  • Digestive GU syndrome

In terms of traditional Chinese medicine, it is used in China for conditions such as:

  • Digestive problems:
    • Acute and chronic inflammation of the stomach and intestines
    • Gastric and duodenal ulcers
    • Helicobacter pylori in the digestive tract
    • Gastric hyperacidity with indigestion
    • Heartburn
    • Gastric reflux
    • Digestive problems occurring with the use of antibiotics, corticoids, contraception, thyroid hormones, analgesics, antidepressants, insomnia, etc.
    • Chronic hepatitis, hepatitis C
    • Liver cirrhosis
    • Chronic pancreatitis
    • Digestive disorders in children, malabsorption syndrome
    • Irritable bowel syndrome
    • Inflammation of the intestines (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis)
    • Celiac disease
    • Allergies to cow’s milk protein
    • Histamine intolerance (Intolerance to some foods)
    • Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)
    • Leaky gut syndrome
    • Frequent mouth ulcers and cold sores
    • Gingivitis, periodontitis

    Other problems:

    • Chronic bacillocarriers (golden staphylococci, streptococci…)
    • Type II diabetes
    • Chronic fatigue syndrome
    • Chronic asthma
    • Acne
    • Allergic rhinitis
    • Eczema
    • Genital warts (Condylomata)
    • Chemotherapy for breast cancer
    • Autoimmune diseases (Scleroderma, Lupus Erythematodes)
    • Gynaecological discharges (candidiasis, etc.)
    • Pain or stiffness of the jaw joint

Description according to Traditional Chinese Medicine: A key symptom for the use of this beverage is the feeling of blockage in the upper abdomen, i.e. insufficient movement of energy QI. The path of the stomach WEI and the spleen PI behaves similarly to an hourglass, which in itself (on the principles of perpetual motion) turns from one side to the other, as a consequence of the accurately balanced mechanism, which must be in constant harmony and equal motion. However, this condition must be kept healthy and the sensitive mechanisms constantly adjusted to run smoothly like a Swiss watch. On the other side of the hourglass is the stomach WEI, which sends energy QI downwards and on the other side is the spleen PI, which sends energy QI upwards. Both must be as finely balanced as possible (like a goldsmith’s scales) almost like filigree work and this balance forms the basis of good digestion, but above all the general feeling of energy, vitality, physical and mental well-being – i.e. health in the purest sense of the word! The task of the stomach WEI is “to moisten it with yin oil” and digest food so it is made ready for the spleen PI, which from this digested food (and inhaled air) produces the successful energy QI and blood XUE. These represent the much needed “fuel” for the other organs in the body without which we could not live. However, the no less important task of the spleen PI is also to remove the harmful SHI moisture from the stagnant food JI SHI.

In short – two conditions need to be met for the successful digestion and absorption of food:

  1. the stomach WEI does not like drought ZAO and, on the contrary, it requires yin moisture WEI YIN to digest food
  2. while the spleen PI prefers drought ZAO and does not tolerate harmful moisture SHI

So it can be seen that both paths (stomach WEI and spleen PI) are in certain opposition but also in symbiosis and are interdependent in the good sense of the word. Their sine wave ~amplitude must move within certain limits. As soon was one side crosses this limit, the balance is disturbed resulting in illness.

If we demonstrate this in our example above as follows: the hourglass turns more often, but not completely, either to one or the other side. This is due either to an excess of moisture and health in the stomach and in the intestines WEI/CHANG SHI/RE, or due to lack of energy qi in the spleen PI QI XU. The principle of the hourglass means that it must be in constant (even if invisible to our eyes) motion, for if the balancing mechanism stops for any reason, even if for an instance, this leads in our case to secondary energy stagnation QI ZHI. It then depends on the prevailing pathology and which bowl of the scales will it tip…

All synthetic antibiotics, as well as corticosteroids and analgesics, calm the stomach, as our grandmothers used to say, i.e. according to TCM bring coldness to the stomach WEI HAN XU and weaken the energy of the spleen qi PI QI XU. Antibiotics and corticosteroids, due to their extremely cold and bitter nature, “extinguishes” not only inflammation (heat and moisture SHI/RE, fire HUO and hot toxin RE DU), but also the so-called physiological fire of life MING MEN in the kidneys SHEN, just as the fire in the stomach WEI and in the spleen PI. The “digesting fire” is required for the proper function of the middle hearth ZHONG JIAO and food digestion. If the function of the digestive tract is weakened by these chemical drugs, the energy qi of the spleen PI QI XU is also weakened, resulting in excess moisture SHI (the spleen PI has insufficient energy QI XU to eliminate the harmful moisture SHI), whose stagnation subsequently turns into heat RE and the ground (imaginary fungus, compost or smouldering ash) for new inflammation or recurrent infection is again alive and ideally prepared. Just as one proverb says: Sometimes healing is worse than the disease itself… In addition to the overuse of chemical drugs, a combination of stress in its many forms, sedentary occupation and generally poor diet and lifestyle also plays an unfortunate role.

Packaging: 100g of herbal powdered product (100% natural, without any synthetic or binding agents).

Preparation: The powder is poured and mixed with approx. 200ml of hot water. You can then drink it as a warm tea.

Notice: The specific weight of this drink (1 kg of feathers it not 1 kg of iron by volume) fluctuates. The box sometimes seems to be half full (approx. 80 scoops), at another time entirely full (110 spoons), but it always contains exactly 100 g!

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Beverage of Seven Magnificent (code 811)
Herbal beverages
  • Zhi ban xia (Pinellia Rhizome)
  • Huang qin (Baical Skullcap Root)
  • Dang shen (Codonopsis Root)
  • Da zao (Jujube Berry)
  • Gan jiang (Fresh Ginger Rhizome)
  • Zhi gan cao (Licorice Root)
  • Huang lian (Goldthread Root)

Each batch of our herbal products is tested in the accredited Phytax laboratory for medicines in Schlieren (Switzerland). This testing identifies herbs, but also heavy metals (mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, and copper), bacteria (E. coli, salmonella, total number of bacteria), mould, yeasts and aflatoxins. TCM Herbs is the only supplier in Europe that tests each batch of herbs for all its herbal tablets. Among other things, the herbal products are tested for 511 types of pesticides (4 groups). This is because pesticides have become a worldwide problem, especially in products from the so-called third world. Customers buy herbal products in the belief that they are completely natural, but often these products are “contaminated” with other undesirable “chemicals”.


The herbal tablets and beverages from our company (TCM Herbs) are the only ones in Europe to have been additionally tested. Among others, our products are tested for 511 pesticides — and this number is continuously increasing due to the use of new pesticides. Pesticides are now becoming a global problem! Such a range of checks on pesticides cannot even be detected in laboratories in Europe. Neither is anyone testing it, because unfortunately European legislation does not require these examinations. This comprehensive testing of each batch, and each herb beyond the normal examinations does require considerable financial costs, but the quality of herbs and safety of our products is our absolute priority.

Laboratories are different

A certified laboratory for food supplements is obliged to examine the presence of heavy metals, fungi, and bacteria. However it only determines a smaller range of pesticides and its requirements for their quality content in herbs are lower.

On the other hand, a certified laboratory for medicines also identifies individual herbs and, in particular, tests the entire range of pesticides (at least 500 types) and has higher requirements for the quality in herbs. In the EU, there are only a few laboratories like that and the prices for their services are rightly high. Today, it is therefore very important to know which laboratory tests the dietary supplement and what the tests are focused on; if each batch and each herb are tested, or just a random sample, for how many pesticides, how many added ingredients and how many additional binding agents the product contains, etc. – otherwise consumers could be easily deceived and disappointed (you can find more details at Safety and Quality of TCM Herbs Products).

All our herbal products are tested in a certified laboratory for medicines.

The above information implies that herbal tablets and drinks of TCM Herbs are, in terms of quantity (concentration of herbs in the mixture is 5 times higher, i.e. 1 g of a herbal tablet equals 5 g of raw herbs) and quality (unprecedented testing of each batch), among the best products we can imagine and enjoy in terms of today’s natural medicines.