A car is assembled from parts. When your car breaks down, it is often one part that stopped working. If you replace that component, it works again.
Our bodies, however, are different. We grow from a single zygote. We are not assembled from parts but develop from a single cell into many systems and organs.
One of the remarkable benefits of adding the wisdom of Tibetan Medicine and other ancient holistic practices into our western medical knowledge is that we reunite with the understanding that the body is not separate parts but an intricate and interwoven system.
At Jampha, we met an expert in Tibetan medicine, Amchi, who has 40 years of experience in Tibetan Medicine and has travelled the world seeking the highest vibrational plant medicine. He created a special 10:1 formula of apoptogenic herbs for today’s world.
It is designed to nurture and detoxify the white blood cells to help people fight off the COVD virus, dispel any lingering effects of the virus, and recover from any unwanted side effects caused by vaccines.
Adaptogens: Roots and Herbs for Immune System Support
TCM takes a different approach to the same symptom. A practitioner knows that when all organs and systems function optimally, and there is no build-up of toxins in the body, it is in harmony. If someone is experiencing chronic fatigue, a practitioner will look for signs of disharmony or imbalance.
The TCM doctor will ask extensive questions about sleep patterns, urine, feces, diet, and other lifestyle factors. They will examine your tongue, eyes, and other visible body parts, and they will listen carefully to the quality of your pulse.
Signs of imbalance may show up as too much “dampness,” “heat,” or “wind,” which lead to patterns like “Liver Fire” or “Spleen Qi Deficiency.” The TCM practitioner will aim to restore balance and harmony in the body by addressing the imbalance.
Two Steps to Restore and Promote Health After Illness
According to TCH, when we are sick, our body uses its vital Qi to fight off the virus or infection. There are two steps to restoring total health after an illness:
Replenish the vital Qi
Expel lingering toxins
In TCM, these lingering toxins are known as “Concealed Evil Qi.” In Tibetan medicine, they are called “Hidden Fevers.” They are low-level infections that threaten the balance of the body because, while they may be dormant, they can become virulent under the right conditions.
Fight Fatigue and Balance the Body
In TCM terms, Amchi’s 10:1 water-soluble formula is designed to:
Strengthen the spleen, lungs, and immune system
Stabilize the exterior (our natural defenses between the muscles and the skin)
Dispel wind (adverse climates in the body that predisposes someone towards illness)
Resolve damp environments where toxins would flourish
Dispel toxic heat (toxins) from the organs and blood
The adaptogenic ingredients include:
Astragalus membranaceus root
Atractylodes lancea rhizome
Atractylodes macrocephala rhizome (stir-fried)
Coix lacryma-jobi seed
Coptis chinensis rhizome
Dryopteris crassirhizoma rhizome
Forsythia suspensa fruit
Glehnia littoralis root
Glycyrrhiza uralensis root
Houttuynia cordata herb
Platycodon grandiflorum root
Pogostemon cablin herb
Poria cocos sclerotium
Saposhnikovia divaricata root
Scutellaria baicalensis root
Let’s take a deeper look at each one.
Adaptogens in the 10:1 Extract Formula
Here are the 16 roots and herbs in the formula designed to fight fatigue, expel toxins, and strengthen the immune system. They are in alphabetical order and not according to the dosage in the extract.
Andrographis is one of the most popular medicinal plants globally. Traditional healers in Asia, America, and Africa have been using it for centuries. It goes by many names. In England, it is called the King of Bitters.
Historically, Andrographis has treated various diseases such as cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, ulcer, leprosy, bronchitis, skin diseases, flatulence, colic, influenza, dysentery, dyspepsia, and malaria.
Recently astragalus has garnered attention for its anti-aging effects. A 2017 study found that astragalus was associated with a significant age-reversal effect in the immune system. The study also noted its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immunoregulatory effects.
Coix lacryma-jobi seeds are commonly called “Job’s tears” because they are tear-shaped. The seeds come in various colors, including brown, blue/purple, grey, and yellow, and are sometimes used in jewelry. Both the seeds and the root have been used in medicine for over 2000 years.
Houttuynia cordata herb goes by many names, including chameleon plant, fish mint, fish leaf, rainbow plant, heartleaf, fish wort, or Chinese lizard tail. Its green leaves, considered to have a ‘fishy’ flavor, are used as garnish, spice, and medicine.
Antithrombic (reducing the formation of blood clots)
Combining Medical Traditions Supports Vibrant Health
Japan is an excellent example of how the merging of western and traditional medicine can help people thrive. They very effectively combine advanced western medicine with traditional practices (many of which came from China). The average person’s lifespan is four to six years longer than in China or the United States.
Each type of medicine has its wisdom and benefits. The two combined are the best of both worlds.
Amchi’s 10:1 herbal formula is backed by centuries of tradition as well as modern scientific research. Our summary of the herbs used in this special formula barely scratches the surface of what they are and offer. Even so, you can see the remarkable properties of these carefully chosen plants.
Bolstering our immune systems and dispelling harmful toxins is always a good idea. At this time, it is almost a necessity.
Because Tibetan treatments, therapies and medicine are not yet recognized, licensed, or regulated by the AMA or FDA or any US agency. This document is not to be construed as a diagnostic tool and/or that of prescribing medicines or therapies, it is for informational support only. Consult your doctor before taking any medications.