Whoo…hooo! I Found Dried Motherwort (Leonurus Cardiaca, 益母草)- A Truly Amazing Herb Good For PMS, Peri/Menopause, Heart Palpitations/Arrhythmias, Anxiety

Dried Motherwort From China

Hi there, dear friends 😀

As I  am now experiencing really distracting intense irregular heartbeats daily (for which my cardiologist said were benign and non-life threatening 🙄 ) and I have been been going through worse peri-menopausal symptoms this year … it is quite a daily struggle for me to get back to my “normal” life on the go like in previous years to take care of my family 😥 .

So, when Christine dropped by HERE  at my blog earlier this week and told me that I could take motherwort in tincture form to help me through menopause and to calm my heart,and also to take hawthorn tincture to strengthen my heart, 

I was so excited and happy that the Angels had sent her to help me get my life back! She said this herb is very commonly used in the Western Eclectic Tradition to treat symptoms of menopause, e.g. hot flashes, mood swings, heart flutters, and it can also strengthen smooth muscles like our womb and heart. Wow, what an amazing herb….but I have not heard of it here in Malaysia.

So, with great hope, I began a search in the Internet to find out at first – what is the Chinese name for motherwort ? Once I have that answer, then it would be easier for me to look for that herb here in Malaysia.  😉

Motherwort is known in Chinese (Mandarin) as “Yi Mu Cao”  or 益母草 , or “Yik Moe Choe” meaning literally “Benefit Mother Grass” in the Cantonese dialect. The scientific name is Leonurus Cardiaca. 💡

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), motherwort is used mainly as one of the ingredients in a combination of herbs to invigorate blood in  women’s gynaecological issues like irregular menses, PMS symptoms, infertility, menstrual cramps, irregular menstrual flows, and post-delivery recovery.  It also aids in difficulty in urination and can treat edema (swelling caused by water retention).

Next, I started searching at my local pasar (market) to see if there are fresh motherwort available. Fresh herbs are best to be made in tinctures to ensure maximum potency and efficacy. However, no one has heard of fresh “Yi Mu Cao” plants, even my lady healer friend has not seen any growing in her area. But all those I had asked told me that I could easily get the dried form at any Chinese Medicine Shops. 💡

Yesterday, I finally bought a packet of dried motherwort (picture above) for Rm5-50 (USD1-70) only.  Not only that, I also bought some fresher looking Dried Hawthorn. Whoo..hoooo! I’m so happy I finally got to “meet” motherwort” at last! 😆 

Dried Hawthorn Slices From China, which is a good heart tonic – it helps to strengthen the heart as well as lowers cholesterol

I had picked out the fresher, more reddish slices of Hawthorn and made into a brandy tincture. I will post that shortly. 

For the dried motherwort, I was very excited to see how it tasted like and I quickly made some motherwort tea for me and my daughter.  I washed about 3 pinches of the dried herb and simmered it gently with water for about 15 minutes. As I was told that motherwort is bitter, I added a little brown sugar.

2 cups of motherwort tea for me and my daughter

Feedback on drinking motherwort tea

My daughter and I felt very light and relaxed after drinking the tea. It was even better than drinking chamomile tea for calming down after a stressful day! 😆

For me, the effects of the tea went even further – it was 5pm when I drank the tea but within half an hour, my eyelids felt very heavy and I dozed off halfway while watching my exciting Korean dramas! I am not the type to take afternoon naps as I could never fall asleep easily in broad daylight, unless I was not feeling well! However, because I had to prepare dinner soon, I forced myself to wake up and because I couldn’t continue my sleep, I ended up with a tension headache which built up into a full-blown migraine a few hours later. 😦 

I had to go to bed at 8pm after cooking dinner and after taking some painkillers. Wow, I slept like a log until 6am today.  

As my whole family is home today due to our public holiday, I decided to make some motherwort tea again – I was going to use my family as guinea pig and see the effects of the herb on them! 😆 

My husband, who is often stressed at work, remarked that the motherwort tea made him really relaxed and happy. My children also said the tea made them light and calm. Motherwort has calming qualities and is also the perfect herb to treat anxiety. Heheh, I even read somewhere that motherwort has a nickname “Little Marijuana” and some people would mix the dried herb with their tobacco and smoke for relaxation! 😆 

This afternoon, I made a larger pot of motherwort tea and my husband happily drank another large cup of it!  When I had half a cup of the tea at 7am this morning, I felt very sleepy again and almost went back upstairs to bed but I didn’t as I was halfway preparing the family’s brunch.  When I had a full cup of motherwort tea around 3pm, I didn’t feel as sleepy but I kept yawning a lot. My eldest daughter felt so relaxed that she said she was feeling very lazy! Perfect for a lazy afternoon, which my family spent watching the Korean variety show, Running Man! 😆 

 At this stage, I still don’t feel like making a tincture out of the dried hawthorn yet as I need to “sleep on it” for a few days to see if I should proceed. Also, I need to go buy some Vodka as I don’t have any stocks of vodka at home.

 

Meanwhile, I will continue to make the motherwort tea daily until I can find some fresh motherwort to make into tinctures. Oh, I forgot to mention that my usual episode of an intensely rock-and-rolling heart while I was sleeping last night was not as bad as before. Tonight, I will see if my heart would act up again and if it does, I will just go to the kitchen and make myself a cup of motherwort tea and see how fast it can calm my heart down. 💡 

You should try buying “Yi Mu Cao” from your local Chinese Medicine Shop to make into teas for your family to drink and see for yourself its wonderful calming effects. Not only do we feel good when we consume it as a tea, we know that it is also strengthening our womb (womb for ladies only) and heart as well.  I am giving this tea regularly to my daughters to regularise their menses as well as treat their menstrual cramps. For my husband – heheh, he should be a happier these days, yes! 😆 

Do have a wonderful weekend!

With best wishes,

choesf 😀

P.S. I’m not sure if the Strath Artichoke Plus Drops that I got from my lady healer friend at RM120 to aid in digestion is some form of tincture? Each dose to take is about 20 drops in 10 ml of water daily. 

Oat Straws ? No! Can’t take these… 

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    P.S. I forgot to add that when I was at the Chinese Medicine Shop, I asked the owner about the uses of motherwort in TCM, he said it is one of the ingredients in a Chinese prescription of herbs to treat women’s ailment and strengthen the womb, like the “Ba Zhen” that is shown at my earlier post ((5th picture from the top) here 💡 –

    https://happyhomemaker88.com/2009/12/26/remedies-to-relieve-menstruation-cramps-nourish-blood-arthritic-pains/

    He said when I make Ba Zhen for my daughters, just add a handful of motherwort to boil the herbs together.

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    Christine said,

    Hahahaha! Little marijuana? That’s a new one on me! I just may try that 🙂
    Very interesting results on the tea.

    I bet your artichoke drops are a form of tincture, perhaps using ethyl alcohol. (?)

    I wish we had shops like yours!

    C.

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      Hi there, dear Christine 😀

      My husband rolled his eyes when I told him we are drinking “Little Marijuana” tea! 😆 Last night, he has had too much espresso that he couldn’t really really sleep and he asked me if I could make some chamomile tea for him. I asked him back, “Chamomile tea, or Motherwort Tea? He quickly changed his mind to “Motherwort Tea”, of course! 😆

      I am learning so much from you and a whole new way to take a herb! I shall try the other way of infusing the tea, i.e. pour boiling water over the dried motherwort, and steep it for a while before drinking, like teabags! Maybe the Mother’s effects would feel different, more gentle, I believe. 💡 Heheh, I am too used to the TCM way of boiling our herbs. 😳

      I think so, too, that the artichoke drops could be a form of tincture because it was something totally different to me (I mean, taking it in drops form) and it tasted a bit herbal and little alcoholic. It is a product made in Switzerland and imported here for sale. But it is way too expensive for me and my family to take that on a long term basis.

      Do have a lovely weekend!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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    Here’s a wonderful forum with lots of information on Peri/menopause 💡 –

    Susun Weed’s Wise Woman Forum

    http://www.healingwiseforum.com/viewforum.php?f=1

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    A video of Susun Weed showing motherwort and how to make a tincture 💡 –

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    nanaymiriam said,

    motherwort is the same as wormwood right?

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      Hi there, dear nanaymiriam 😀

      I am not familiar with wormwood and so, I went to have a look at Google Images of wormwood. The wormwood plant looks like mugwort. This site says :-

      “The Mugwort is closely allied to the Cornmon Wormwood, but may be readily distinguished by the leaves being white on the under-surfaces only and by the leaf segments being pointed, not blunt. It lacks the essential oil of the Wormwood.”

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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    Christine said,

    Wormwood is Artemisia absinthum, and not in any way related to Motherwort, which is Leonuris Cardiaca.

    Wormwood, as the name suggests, is used to rid the body of intestinal worms, and sometimes for indigestion, but there are other, more pleasant and gentle remedies. It should be used with caution and never when pregnant or nursing.

    Mugwort is Artemisia vulgaris, another herb useful for digestive issues, like gas. It can also be useful for “women’s issues”, but with a different action than motherwort. It, too, is to ba avoided when pregnant, as it is an emmenogogue, meaning it brings on the menses.

    Motherwort is relaxing to the womb, and can be taken during pregancy under the supervision of a midwife. It is sometimes used to stop false labour as well as relieve cramps during the menses and regulate the cycle.

    Perhaps the confusion between Mugwort and Motherwort is due to the suffix “wort”. That’s just an old English term for “herb”. There are many “worts”, St. John’swort, Pennywort, Lungwort etc etc.

    Always use the Latin name and you won’t get into trouble with the western herbs. English names vary between country or regions, Latin names are more reliable for indentification.

    Choesf, you may be better off with an infused TEA for Motherwort, just steeped for a few minutes or until cool. An infusion of the longer variety may be steeped too long. Try it each way and see, but Mother is *medicinal*, and infusions are for the gentler, *nourishing* plants like oatstraw and red clover. The medicinals don’t need to be strong to work well, too strong can cause difficulties down the road. Although it may be that the version you have is less potent than our western plant…

    have a lovely day – or is it evening? Best regards in any case!
    C.

    C

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      Greetings, dear Christine! 😀

      Thank you for coming to the rescue to explain more on wornwood! You are one great “plant ambassador” indeed! I am learning so much more on new herbs and how to take them, thanks to your tutelage. 😀 **thumbs up**

      Errr…I think I got “teas” and “infusions” mixed up 😳 . You are right, the motherwort infusion is stronger in taste, while the tea version (just steeped for a few minutes) is milder. Maybe, I am too used to drinking dark bitterly strong Chinese herbal concoctions, but I felt the motherwort infusion has more “kick,” maybe it is also due to a different dried version that we have here. Anyway, I shall try both versions on every 2 days and see how the teas/infusions go.

      Feedback since taking motherwort drinks for 1 week – the past one week has been the best days since Chinese New Year in January. My perimenopausal symptoms have almost gone. The irregular heart poundings became less intense about half an hour after I drink motherwort, whilst I feel more peaceful and calm all the time, even happy! I am almost back to my usual self! 😆

      One thing for sure, being an emmenogogue, the motherwort did bring back my menses, which has been quiet for a while. Can I take motherwort while having menses?

      I have also started drinking the oatstraw infusions for a few days now…when combined with the motherwort tea, the oatstraw infusion enhances my wellbeing.

      Do have a lovely evening at your end!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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        Christine said,

        Salutations choesf!

        Yes, you can definitely take the motherwort TEA during the menses, especially if during that time you tend to have more heart flutters.

        The oatstraw and motherwort combo make a great team, don’t they! The oatstraw infusion is slowly but surely nourishing your nerves with all its great minerals, especially calcium, giving you deeper sleep and therefore more energy during the day, while the motherwort calms and strengthens the heart and the womb. You can’t get much better than that!

        It’s not motherwort that is an emmenogogue, that’s mugwort. I know it’s easy to confuse the two names. (But if you keep doing it I’ll have you stay behind after school!) An emmenogogue (lord what a long word that is!) is much more forceful in action. Motherwort is gentle, encouraging flows, whereas mugwort *pushes*.

        Another name for mugwort is “cronewort”! As crone is an old woman, this is a clue that it is a better plant for women past bleeding age.

        Kind regards
        C.

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    nanaymiriam said,

    hmm am interested to buy oatstraw and motherwort here in Singapore ( I bet its only available in Chinese medicinal shops).. do you have the chinese characters for both? so that I can print and show to them? sorry, cause even if you give me hanyu pinyin, I bet my intonation would be so out of place…

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      Hi there, dear nanaymiriam 😀

      Hahaha…I am just like you, I can’t read nor write Chinese and I can’t pronounce hanyu pinyin either…and I am of Chinese descent! 😳 😆

      Motherwort ===> 益母草

      Oatstraws ===> sorry, I couldn’t find its name in Chinese in the Internet 😳 . However, what I did was this – I described to the Chinese Medicine Shop people that what I was looking for was the dried oat plant. I had to described to him that but he understood right away. I bought a 1 kilo bag of oatstraws for RM18 only.

      I asked that guy what is oatstraw used for in Traditional Chinese Medicine, he said it is just used as one of the ingredients in a Chinese prescription formula for removing toxins and edema. He was very amused when I told him I wanted to buy 1 kilo of oat straws and use that as a health drink as taught by my Canadian friend! 😆

      For starters, maybe you can buy just 300 gms each of motherwort and oatstraws to try out first. For my large family of 6, I needed more.

      I will try to post my oatstraw photos asap … right now, I am enjoying my newly “rediscovered” peace, happiness and trouble-free moods catching up with stuff that I had ignored when I was down in the peri-menopausal pits earlier. 😆

      With best wishes for good health,

      choesf 😀

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    nanaymiriam said,

    thanks all for your posts,, learning a lot…

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    nanaymiriam said,

    we have this herb in our garden,, is this wormwood or motherwort?

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    Christine said,

    Nanaymiriam,
    what you have there is definitely an Artemisia of some sort, but I can’t tell which one, sorry! I go by scent, and even then I have a hard time they are so similar before flowering. I do know it is NOT Motherwort.

    Choesf- that is a really GOOD shot of Motherwort!

    Both of you 🙂 – When you buy oatstraw, make sure it is GREEN. If it is yellow it was picked too late and useless. It is not, repeat NOT what is left over when the oats are harvested. It is the grassy part of the plant, yes, but the oatstraw we use is picked when the oats are still UNripe for cereal.

    Hope this helps

    C

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    Hi there, dear Christine 😀

    Oh no, I had thought the oatstraws were what’s left after the oats were harvested 😳 …. no wonder the guy at the Chinese Medicine Shop told me the Chinese name for oat straws was “Chee Mai” in Cantonese, meaning “Pearl Grains”.

    I had added a picture above of the oatstraws. They are yellowish. 😥

    With best wishes,

    choesf 😀

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    Christine said,

    Eeeek, choesf , I don’t know what that is, but it’s not oatstraw!

    Oats (Avena species) are a graceful grass-type plant. Oatstraw is simply the stalk and sometimes thin, grass like leaves of the plant picked before the tops ripen.

    Try looking around for the Avena family?

    Wow, chinese herbs are so different!! I wonder what that is and why they would call it oat?

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      Ooops .. 😳 what have I been consuming? 😆 I will try and find the oatstraws at other Chinese Medicine Shops. So far, I have been looking online and I don’t think there is any to be found here in Malaysia that looks like the actual oatstraws you have in North America. It must be very uncommon and unheard of here. 😥

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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      Christine said,

      On second thought, I can’t tell what size that plant material is, so it may be grassy type material, I can’t tell. But it is not at all what I call oatstraw. If it is, it hasn’t been stored properly and has gone bad. That’s scary looking stuff choesf!
      What does it smell like?
      Real oatstraw should smell like a meadow, sweet and airy. It should be light green, not a hint of yellow or brown. It should snap easily, too.

      C

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        Hi there, dear Christine 😀

        Well..they do smell sweet…and “grassy”….the infusion that I made from them smells very nice and sweet, too…. 💡 I believe these oatstraws, if we can call them such, quality is just bad or crude…sigh 😦 .

        Good Night!

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀

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    Xiaohu said,

    Hi Choesf,
    My kid is down with running nose and sore throat. Would you have any natural home remedies that are simple and easy to prepare? Taking medicine is going to make him drowsy and not able to do his revision for exams.

    Thanks in advance,
    Xiaohu.

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      Hi there, dear Xiaohu 😀

      Yes, it’s now the exam revision period and we would get worried when our children fall sick. The hot, hazy weather we have now tend to result in body heatiness that can lead to sore throat and runny nose.

      To avoid drowsiness, I like to give my children any of the following :-

      1) a tablespoon of the Chinese Pei Pa Ko that is meant for coughs, but will work for sore throats and runny nose. It’s made of fruits, loh hon kuo and gentle herbs

      2) a tablespoon of good honey straight from the bottle and slowly consumed will help soothe the pain in the throat

      3) mix a juice from 1/2 a lemon and 1/2 an orange, add some honey and a little water and drink. Drinking this concoction regularly will build one’s body immunity and promote longevity 💡

      4) I’m not sure if your children can gargle but my family doctor always encourages my children to gargle with warm salt water whenever they have a sore throat or a dry, itchy cough

      5) rub some Vicks onto their chest

      There is a non-drowsy antihistamine called “zyrtek” or something, you can ask your doctor or pharmacy. I like to give my children “Prospan“, which has a very pleasant taste, is non-drowsy and is made from ivy-leaf extract…safe for children to take (for adults, too). I always have a bottle of this in my medicine cabinet always on standby.

      Hope your kid gets well soon!

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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        Xiaohu said,

        Hi choesf,
        Always ready to share your experience and knowledge generously. I’m very grateful. When I have cough that does not seem to go away, I would then remember to take Pei Pa Ko. But I won’t remember to give it to my son. I will check out the “Prospan”.
        Have a great weekend with your family!

        Xiaohu

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    jonie said,

    Hi choesf,

    I chanced upon your blog while googling for “motherwort”.

    I have over active thyroid aka hyperthyroidism. Because of this auto-immune disorder, it causes me to have high blood pressure and irregular/pounding heartbeat.

    I read that motherwort, lemon balm and bugleweed are all good for thyroid. Now with your blog, I know the chinese name of motherwort.

    The chinatown here (USA) spoke cantonese and I have problem speaking that dialect. So I am going to write out the motherwort in chinese and bring it to the medical shop.

    Can you help me ask your medical shop in Malaysia do they know about the other two herbs in chinese? Or are there any other herbs that is good for my over active thyroid?

    Thank you so much.

    /jonie

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      Hi there, dear Jonie 😀

      Thank you for sharing your information on what herbs are helpful for thyroid problems. I’m glad you found the motherwort name in Chinese helpful. I bought some lemon balm recently from my local plant nursery…I will go ask them what is the Chinese name for it. Lemon balm tea is really delicious and it really calms me down. I’m glad to know that it’s good for the thyroid also. 😉

      About the bugleweed, I have not heard of that here so far :oops:…. but I will go find out about it later. 😉

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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        Jonie said,

        Hi choesf

        Thanks for your reply and your help in finding out the chinese name of the herb for me.

        Can the motherwort and lemon balm be just put some in a cup and pour boiling water over or must boil in a pot?

        How should I buy from the medical shop should they carry this herb…like maybe US$10 is it too much? or must buy in weight?

        Can you show a picture of your lemon balm plant.

        Sorry for posting so many questions.

        Thanks and take care

        /jonie

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        You are most welcome, dear Jonie 😀

        I am not sure if the motherwort and lemon balm can be combined to make tea at the same time as I have not done that 😳 … maybe you can try and see. Personally, I prefer to use them separately because their taste is very distinct and different. However, you may like their taste when combined. I have combined motherwort and chrysanthemum (both dried) together and made a decoction by boiling them in a pot of water (over a slow flame) for about half an hour. 💡

        My lemon balm plant is unfortunately not thriving very well as we have been having rainy days for quite a long time now…but if you do a search in the Internet for Lemon Balm images, you will get an idea of how they look like. I have found one that looks similar to mine :-

        Lemon Balm

        I find Lemon Balm really relaxing and it can counter crankiness, too! 😆

        I have not seen dried lemon balm but I will ask at the Chinese Herbal Shop. As to how much dried Motherwort to buy, maybe you can buy just a little to try it out? Here in Malaysia, it is really cheap – just US$6 for 2.2 lbs (1 kilo), which was what I bought and it was too much for me. I made a lot of tinctures out of them as it is easier to take (more convenient than having to make motherwort teas). After taking motherwort for about 2 months, I stopped to give my body a break from it and I switched to Jiaogulan Tea. Now that we are talking about motherwort, I think it’s time for me to go back on it. 😉

        For the Hawthorn, I didn’t try it out too long – I drank the tea for just a few times only as I have a sensitive stomach and from the TCM point of view, hawthorn can result in gastric. I heard that hawthorn can strengthen the heart, but maybe it doesn’t help to calm irregular heartbeats.

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀

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    Jonie said,

    Hi choesf

    I forgot to add I also bought some dried hawthorn from the chinese grocery shop. I have used it (steep in hot water) for about a month but I didn’t see any effect on my heart.

    How long should I see any effect to take place.

    Thanks.

    /jonie

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    GT said,

    Can we drink this right after menses stop? Or drink this during menses?

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    Juliet said,

    Hi, I stumbled on your blog when searching for where to get Motherwort plants.
    I live in dubai and need it badly for the treatment of hyperthyroid. Please is it possible to ship it for me?
    I’ll pay all the expenses.
    Thanks

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    Max said,

    Hi, very good info and thank you so much!

    I just wanna ask, im staying in damansara, kuala lumpur. may i know the shop name please and location?

    Thank you so much.

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    Max said,

    Thank you so much for the info!

    May i know the shop’s name and location?
    Bytheway im staying in damansara kuala lumpur.

    Thank you so much

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    Pat said,

    I am coming 50 and having irregular mensus lately. The flow can be erratic. From normal to heavy to very light or nothing. Can I take dried motherwort? How often can it be taken? Thanks.

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      Hi there, Pat 😀

      You can try taking motherwort tea and see if it helps. Put a teaspoon of dried motherwort into a mug and pour boiling water. Steep for a few minutes. You can drink that once or twice a day.

      I sometimes add some dried motherwort when I make a large pot of 5-Flower Tea for my family.

      With best wishes,

      choesf 😀

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        Rietta said,

        Hi there..
        I have read ur blog and its very inspire me.can you tell me where i can buy this motherwot herbs and lemon balm herbs coz i need it desprately..i lived in bukit bintang area do you know where to buy this herbs area kl..
        Thanks a lot.

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      • 47

        Hi there, Rietta 😀

        You can buy dried motherwort in Chinese Medical Shops. However, I am not sure where you can find lemon balm, maybe at plant nurseries?

        With best wishes for good health,

        choesf 😀

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        Pat said,

        Thanks for your advise. I have since bought Motherwort and tried. Do you happen to know of any herb that helps students in paying attention & anxiety?

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        Hi there, Pat 😀

        I’m glad you found motherwort. Pegaga leaves sold at Malay stalls in wet markets are very good for memory and good health. Ginkgo biloba capsules are good for improving memory, too. My sons take them for their studies at university.

        Have a wonderful weekend!

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀

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        Pat said,

        Thank you for your reply. Yes, I just started giving her pengaga. I actually air fried it & she takes the leaf. Is my Daughter too young to take ginkgo (13years old)? What brand is your Son taking & how many a day?

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        P.S. I forgot to mention that I give my sons different brands of gingko biloba, purchased online from iherb in the US :-

        http://www.iherb.com/Ginkgo-Formulas

        I buy all my family’s health supplements from there and I select DHL Courier for shipping – the shipping charges are only around USD8 if my orders are more than USD60 and it takes only 5 days for my package to arrive.

        You can use my Gift Coupon Code MLL655 for USD10 discount off orders exceeding USD40.

        I am not sure if 13 years old may be too young to take health supplements.

        With best wishes,

        choesf 😀

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