Osmanthus Longan Milk | 桂圆桂花杏仁奶

Five Seasons TCM

This is a slightly sweet, calming, fragrant herbal milk recipe that benefits the Spleen and the Lung. We love to drink this milk warm in the evening with a small piece of tea cake!

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Liver-detoxifying Goji Milk with Goji Mochi | 疏肝枸杞奶配枸杞麻薯

Five Seasons TCM

This recipe is great all year long, but especially in the Spring, after emerging from the Winter months. The milk is slightly sweet, and the mochi is chewy and naturally gluten-free! Goji berry is sweet in flavor to facilitate the Liver in regulating free-flow of Qi throughout the body and chrysanthemum is mildly cooling in energetic temperature. The flower can gently clear some of the heat built up over the slower, more stagnant winter months. 

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Herbal Walnut Milk for Men's Health | 核桃药膳牛奶

Five Seasons TCM

Walnut milk is one of the more under-appreciated nutmilks out there. But it can be an exciting change-up to your usual favorite dairy-free milk options and is wonderfully rich and creamy. Not to mention that it comes with a wonderful list of health benefits! We've paired with our Men's Treasure Tonic Bag to give it that extra boost for vitality and sperm quality. 

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Chrysanthemum Wine | 菊花酒

Five Seasons TCM

The Double Ninth Festival or The Double Yang Festival (重阳节), observed on the ninth day of the ninth month in the Chinese calendar, is a traditional Chinese holiday that celebrates nature by going on a hike and paying respect to the seniors by visiting them. It got its name from the I-Ching, which mentions that 6 is the number for Yin and 9 is the number for Yang. The ninth of September, thus, is the “Double Ninth” day that has special meaning in Chinese culture. This year, the holiday falls on October 25, 2020. We encourage you to visit your...

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Liver-Detoxing Sparkling Ginger Celery Juice | 疏肝姜芹气泡水

Five Seasons TCM

While the recent “celery juice diet” trend has made celery a superstar, celery has been praised and used for a long, long time in cuisines all over the world. In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), celery is a cooling-cold vegetable that is great for the liver system. Combining ginger with celery, we balance the energetics of celery juice (which is cooling) to make it easier on the stomach and suitable for even colder weather. The addition of sparkling water and lemon makes the juice more palatable for those who don’t like the taste of celery.  

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Herbal Matcha Latte | 草本抹茶拿铁

Lulu Ge

Let’s get started with a herbal matcha latte for your morning! Here’s a personal recipe from Lulu Ge, the founder of Elix Healing. You can read our interview with her here.  Start your day with focused clarity and balance!

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