Why Not?® Lily Bulb (Bai He) 有机百合, 100g
Tonifies the yin
Heart & lung
Why Not?® Lily Bulb (Bai He) is used for patterns of yin deficiency which leads to “burn-out”. Unfortunately, this is getting more and more common nowadays due to stress and insufficient sleep.
They are “cool” in nature. So, they help those who have too much “heat” in their body.
They are also known to moisten the lungs, stop cough and clear heat.
***Please keep refirgetrated to prevent spoilage
***Store at a cool place away from heat
What Makes Us Different
Looking for authentic Chinese herbs?
We keep it real:
- Certified organic and FairWild
- Geo-authentic (Di Dao)
- 100% pure and unadulterated
- Harvested sustainably and 100% traceable
- Undergo rigorous safety and potency testing
- No sulphur bleaching or fumigation
- No heavy metals, sulphur dioxide, aflatoxin, etc
- Nothing artificial!
Curated by TCM experts, with 40 years of experience
Healers first, business second. Choosing real herbs that go beyond looks since 1979.
Geo-authenticity (Di Dao)
Growing herbs where they grow best. 100% traceable to source.
No sulphur fumigation, for real
Truly unsulphured and unbleached. Chemical preservatives not allowed!
Rigorous testing, consistent results
Our herbs are tested for its purity and potency, being screened for almost 200 pesticides and heavy metals.
Also tested for quality in terms of cut size, colour and moisture content. Certified organic by CCOF and USDA, partially certified FairWild.
Herbal soup mixes for him, her and the family
Formulated by our TCM practitioner to meet the needs of modern lifestyles. For ladies, they tonify the Qi. For families, they give a boost to the immune system and energy.
Bottlegourd – symbol for healers and good health
Traditionally used in ancient times by Chinese physicians to store medicinal herbs. It also signifies our strict requirements in selecting real herbs.
|Dimensions||16 × 11 × 20 cm|
Certified Organic Lily Bulb (Bai He) 有机百合
|How to Cook||
Add into your favourite soup recipes or boil and drink as tea.
Seal tightly and keep refrigerated to maintain freshness.
- Respiratory health
- Chronic cough, shortness of breath, white, yellow or bloody sputum that is difficult to cough out
- Clear heat
- Low fever, sore throat
- Calm the spirit
- Insomnia, restlessness, irritability