Chinese Herbs . . .
from the Ming Dynasty
The Imperial Legacy
Hidden behind an intricate "bamboo curtain"
there is a society that has maintained a continuous history for more than 1,000 years.
Our study of Oriental history reveals a philosophy of health and wisdom that flourished
inside China. This is now unfolding to benefit the entire world. These
advanced health practises are coming at a time when the world is beginning to look for
answers to its health needs and when they have the most potential to change the increased
health, beauty and economic growth.
In the Royal Palaces of Chinese Emperors, court physicians were appointed who conducted
careful research and created herbal formulas. These were intended to protect health and
improve the lives of the royal family. All available human health studies were
brought together and compiled in around 3,000 BC. These records were passed on from
Dynasty to Dynasty. Information was then further organised and catalogued during the
The Ming Dynasty herbal
In China, the Ming Dynasty emperors
ruled for nearly 300 years and it has been classed as the most significant period of
cultural renaissance in Oriental history. This era certainly shed a brilliant light
of knowledge and discovery in the country. Ming rulers began to restore traditional
institutions such as the Civil Service, which had been suspended by previous rulers.
The second emperor of the Ming Dynasty was so enamoured with the enhancement, that a copy
of the royal medical encyclopaedia was interred with him upon his death. Ming Cheng
Zu's order was obeyed and these formulas were kept for the exclusive use of the royal
The records were thought to have been destroyed during the century of chaos and the Boxer
Rebellion of the 1900s. The full scope of the Oriental herbal studies, including the
emperors imperial formulas, have not been available to the world, although many have
recreated some of the ancient knowledge.
Chinese officials searched throughout the country for copies of the imperial formulas
after realising the loss of culture and history inflicted by the century of chaos.
Attempts to copy imperial formulas were only marginally successful and all claims that
original formulas had been found elsewhere proved to be false.
They were found when the burial site of Ming Cheng Zu was unearthed in the twentieth
century. However, they still had to be authenticated before the Chinese could
reclaim a lost national treasure.
An exhaustive analysis of the ancient manuscripts was performed and The Medical and Herbal
Research Departments of China found that the Ming herbalists used several of the research
procedures commonly used in today's modern research facilities suggesting that they
achieved excellent results in health promoting formulas.
After examine the original manuscripts Neways secured marketing rights for more than
1200 Imperial formulas found in the Ming documents which are the treasured result of
centuries of research. When combined with today's scientific techniques, the royal
formulas can be realised in a way that would be unbelievable to the originators.
The Imperial Chinese Herbal
Authentically Reproducing The Imperial Formulas
Due to the concept of copyrighting being foreign to developers in the East, Tom Mower
learned that there are few "exclusive formulas". He also found that,
although many claimed to have exclusive formulas, these were only renditions of well-known
Oriental recipes Tom Mower says "Most of these renditions came from the research of
people in China and are limited in effectiveness.
The Royal Houses of Emperors are thought to have made the finest advancements through the
energy and insights of great Chinese herbalists. Their discoveries were guided by
exhaustive testing for thousands of years and required disciplined and meditative insights
aimed at improving the formulas for the Emperor".
The Neways' Laboratory connections
in China strictly adhere to the carefully preserved instructions of the ancients as each
chosen herb has an energy of its own. Each formula supplies the energy of "life
force" intended by its ancient creator and this invigorating Chi extends to all whose
use the formulations.
Science is just beginning to
understand the interaction between the emotional and physical states.
The Chinese believe that health is a combination of mind, body and soul, and that good
health is achieved by balancing all three systems. Even complex psychological
dimensions are addressed through the Oriental teaching on the philosophy of
Balance in the body is vitally important. Each organ must balance with inter-related
organs to create positive energy in the entire body.
The Neways' special herbal formulas nourish the body's ability to maintain balance,
normalise conditions and increase Chi energy. Chi energy flows along the internal
meridian pathways of the body. Negative Chi energy produces an imbalance resulting
in negative emotions, weakened energy and lower resistance to disease. Many of the
Ming formulas were developed to increase the positive Chi energy.
Herbal strength and endurance
A selection of special Chinese herbal
Body strength and vitality, adjusts
o Life Enhancer
21 Chinese herbs, perhaps the most
of the Ming Dynasty's Yong Lee Imperial Hospital
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