According to the ancient Chinese, everything that grows in nature is an herb. There are three primary categories of herbs: toxic, medicinal, and food grade. Toxic herbs are those that are poisonous. Medicinal herbs are those that should be administered by an herbalist or naturopath and should only be consumed for a short time. Food-grade herbs are everything else that is edible and grows in nature, and should be a regular part of everyone’s diet.
Three categories of Food-grade herbs
- Regular table foods – nuts, grains, legumes, beans, fruit, seeds, mushrooms and vegetables.
- Tonic foods that nourish the body more deeply and include a wider spectrum of the plant kingdom, from roots and leaves to spices, bulbs, seeds, bark and flowers. Indian and Chinese cultures have incorporated these foods into their diets for centuries.
- Emperor-grade foods that were fed only to the emperor and his family because of their extremely high nutritional profile. Sunrider uses only herbal foods that are of the Emperor grade.
Cleansing Calli and Fortune Delight (try them both)
Nourishing Nuplus – Original (calms your nerves)
Sunectar (safe sweetner)
ESE to really calm and feed your nervous system
TOP feeds your brain so you can have clarity
Fruit and Vegetable Rinse (removes pesticides, fungus, parasites etc)