Confinement Herbs Singapore

Confinement Herbs Singapore

Confinement herbs list and ingredients for herbal soup, daily meals are some of the important items that families should research early before confinement. Commonly used herbs for confinement are astragalus, eucommia bark, dang shen, dried longan, red dates, black...
Confinement Herbal Bath Singapore

Confinement Herbal Bath Singapore

Confinement herbal bath is traditionally used by Asian Chinese women after childbirth such as in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong. Based on traditional formula, the herbal bath is not only suitable for women during their confinement or postpartum month...
Confinement Herb – Chuan Xiong (Lovage Root)

Confinement Herb – Chuan Xiong (Lovage Root)

Chuan Xiong (川芎) or Lovage Root is best known for its use in traditional Chinese medicine. Chuan Xiong tastes acrid, is warm in nature and commonly used by confinement nanny to make soup. The Chinese TCM herb has properties to promote Qi and blood circulation, expels...
Confinement Herbs – Solomon’s Seal (Yu Zhu)

Confinement Herbs – Solomon’s Seal (Yu Zhu)

Solomon’s Seal (玉竹), also known as Yu Zhu, is commonly consumed as herb and as food. Solomon’s Seal tastes sweet and is mildly cold in nature. Yu Zhu has significant effects in nourishing Yin, moistens internal dryness, stimulates saliva secretion and...
Confinement Herbs – Eucommia Bark (Du Zhong)

Confinement Herbs – Eucommia Bark (Du Zhong)

Eucommia Bark (杜仲) is ranked among the top Chinese herbs for the many health benefits it can provide. Eucommia Bark or Du Zhong is known for its ability to nourish liver and kidney, prevent inflammation, improves immune system, fortify muscles and bones. Du Zhong is...