Specialties From Hunyuan Medicine


LIAN sells special herbs that are used intensively in Hunyuan medicine.

What is Hunyuan Medicine?

Hunyuan medicine is a modern interpretation of ancient Chinese medicine and philosophy. Hunyuan means the origin of life. Hunyuan is a way of understanding life. It also provides an understanding of disease and the ability to make the correct decision in medical treatment. Yaron Seidman (USA) created Hunyuan medicine after studying many classical texts, such as the Shang han lun and the Huai Xuan school. In Hunyuan medicine, it is about the timing of body functions which are represented in a circle. The circle is also divided into the six layers (known from the Shang han lun). If a body function is too slow or too fast, it is regulated with herbs and acupuncture.

fu zi SUBSTITUTE - si ni bei

si ni bei is used in Hunyuan medicine as a substitute for fu zi (Aconiti Radix Lateralis Praeparata). It consists of ground Vietnamese cinnamon an gui, Ceylon cinnamon lan gui, dried ginger gan jiang (Zingiberis rhizoma), and fennel seeds xiao hui xiang (Foeniculi fructus). The si ni bei fire water is an alcohol extract of the before mentioned herbs. It comes in a 50 ml pipette bottles. It is added in drops to a decoction or granule formula.

Special cinnamon varieties

an gui Powder (Cinnamomum Cassia) Vietnamese cinnamon
Item no. 504

lan gui Powder (Cinnamomum verum) Ceylon cinnamon
Item no. 503

An gui, Vietnamese cinnamon is the same species as rou gui, but has a very pronounced acridity. Lan gui Ceylon cinnamon is often used as a cooking spice and also has an acrid nature. Both types of cinnamon are characterised by very good quality. In Hunyuan medicine, they accelerate Tai yin.


xi sha ren powder (Amomum villosum var. Xanthioides) cardamom
Item no. 502

Xi sha ren acts in the direction of unification of energies that have been taken in, and accelerates Tai yin. Sha ren, which is commonly used in TCM, has a different direction of action, it slows down Yang ming.

liqorice prepared with molasses

yi tang zhi gan cao powder (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma praep.)
Item no. 505


If energetically hot herbs are prescribed in high dosage to support the unification of the energies, zhi gan cao is often added in high doses. In Hunyuan medicine, it is preferable to to use liqorice treated with molasses yi tang. Unlike zhi gan cao, which is treated with honey, it is not sticky and therefore it can be also be used in high dosages.


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