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Weight Loss Package - Skinny Boost Herb Pack & Ear Seeds

New Weight Loss Package - Skinny Boost Herb Pack & Ear Seeds
Brand: Pacific Herbs
Product Code: Ear Seeds for Weight Loss
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Skinny Boost Herb Pack & Weight Loss Ear Seeds

Get both products and quickly boost your weight loss efforts.

(30 Day Supply of Skinny Boost)


Ear Seeds Product Description

Small black seeds from the Vaccaria plant are secured on the ear with a piece of adhesive tape over specific acupuncture points.

The seeds stimulate the point by exerting mild pressure.

Product includes:

Auriculotherapy weight loss ear chart kit

  • 120 ear seeds (Lasts approx. 4-6 weeks)
  • Clearly illustrated graphic image detailing points believed to correspond to weight related regions of the body.
  • Instructions for use
  • Stainless steel tweezer

Tan tape contains latex.

 Scientific Reviews

Recent scientific studies have shown that ear treatment is a powerful effective way to help you lose weight!

  • A 2011 study concluded that “Auricular acupressure is thus a reasonable option in the treatment of overweight and obesity in young adults.” -Am J Chin Med. 2011;39(3):433-40.
  • A 2010 study concluded that “auricular acupressure employing vaccaria seeds can decrease body mass index (BMI)” -Am J Chin Med. 2010;38(4):675-82.
  • A 2009 study concluded that “Auricular acupuncture may have potential benefit on obesity-related hormone peptides.” -J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2009 Jun;18(6):813-8. doi: 10.1089/jwh.2008.1005.
  • A 1998 study said “We conclude that the ear-clips were effective in delaying gastric peristalsis, and may have value in reducing appetite in association with weight loss programs” -J Altern Complement Med. 1998 Winter;4(4):399-403.
  • Another 1998 study concluded that “Frequent stimulation of specific auricular acupuncture points is an effective method of appetite suppression which leads to weight loss” -Aust Fam Physician. 1998 Jul;27 Suppl 2:S73-7.



All material here is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical treatment. All products and services on earseeds.com are not recommended during pregnancy without consulting your healthcare provider prior to use. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, nor are they intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If skin irritation occurs from the ear seeds, or if swelling should occur, remove the ear seeds and contact your doctor if symptoms persist.


(Fang Feng Tang Sheng Sang modified)

Platycodon -         Jie Geng

Schizonepteta -    Jing Jie

Siler -  Saposhnikovia - Fang Feng

White Peony -      Bai Shao

Rhubarb -             Da Huang

Ligusticum -         Chuan Xiong

Licorice -               Gan Cao

Mint -                      Bo He

Scutellaria -          Huang Qin

Angelica Sinensis-  Dang Gui

Gardenia -               Zhi Zi

Atractylodes -          Bai Zhu

Ginger -                   Sheng Jiang

Cinnamon -             Gui Zhi

Stevia leaf


More about the herbs:

Dang Gui 

Known as the “Queen” herb for women Dang Gui is in nearly every Pacific Herbs product.   The reason for this is summed up in the Chinese medicine phrase “10 formulas, 9 angelicas.”   In other words, 9 out of every 10 formulas include dang gui. (AKA  angelicae)   It has been this way for over 2000 years and will continue to be this way.  Dang gui is a blood tonic herb.  It gently helps our livers,  builds, clean and purifies our  blood.  

Note:  Pacific Herbs uses only organic quality dang gui.


This not so obscure herb is better than a cold ice tea on a hot summer day.  If you’ve never heard of it before then you’re in for a treat.  Well known for its anti-inflammatory  affects and promising diabetes research, scutellaria is just as important an herb today as when first recorded in the 2nd century.


Rhubarb has been traditionally used for centuries as a laxative.  Beyond this commonly known benefit rhubarb has other more remarkable health benefits worth knowing. 

In 1987 a research team investigated extracts of 178 Chinese herbs for antibacterial activity against one of the major microorganisms in human intestinal flora. Only Rhubarb was found to have significant activity.  Rhubarb is THE safe and effective gut detox herb.  Extensive research also proves:


·         Rhubarb contains high amounts of the following vitamins & minerals:

·         Vitamin C - a powerful antioxidant required for normal growth and development

·         Magnesium - which helps the body maintain normal muscle and nerve function

·         Potassium - an important mineral for the functioning of cells, tissues and organs 

·         Calcium - essential for healthy bones and teeth.

·         Vitamin K which is used by the body to help blood clotting.

·         Lutein which the body needs to maintain healthy skin and eyes and neutralizes free radicals

·         Finally, rhubarb is low in saturated fat and sodium, very low in cholesterol yet it is high in fiber so is a good choice for those wanting to lose weight .

A fun fact on rhubarbThe very first ships leaving China in the late 1880's for England show the ships documents listed rhubarb root as a main cargo items.


Mint is a popular culinary herb but many don’t know it is a tummy ache cure all.  Refreshing, cooling, uplifting, and restoring, mints many varied therapeutic uses.The German Commission E approved the internal use of mint oil for a variety of conditions, including flatulence, gastrointestinal and gallbladder disorders. As you can see it has a variety of benefits for the digestive system, colon and overall gut health. In Skinny Boost it helps the overall actions of the formula to clear heat and clean out the gut and well as improve our liver blood circulation.


The oils in Platycodon have  been used for centuries for their anti-inflammatory properties.

Siler - Saposhnikovia Root

This herb works actively on the Liver. This is a key herb in Skinny Boosts Herb Pack to resolve and dispel fat.  When there is a buildup of fat in the body this herb helps remove it.  It and improve the overall digestive system ability to function at optimum levels.


A wonderful herb for its detoxifying qualities. Chinese medicine says this herb helps the liver meridian and has a wide variety of chemical constituents. Schizonepteta is commonly used in conjunction with other herbs in this formula to enhance synergistic effects between herbs and reduce inflammation.

White Peony

White peony is one of the most often used herbs in Chinese herbal medicine. It is an extremely effective tonic herb and is used to purify the blood.  White peony is legendary as a muscle relaxant, it relieves cramps (in the stomache and else where)  and reduces pain. Its antispasmodic and analgesic qualities are magnified when used with licorice root.

Licorice Root

Licorice is one of the most important herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is said to help other herbs travel around the body. Only a small amount of licorice is needed usually 3-6 % of any formulas and has no contraindications at this dosage. This is called a “harmonizing” effect and part of the beauty of Chinese herbal medicine.  One herb can help other herbs work more efficiently. In fact this is the very reason Chinese herbs are always used together in formula combinations. Licorice is famous for its sweet flavor.  Today we know these sweet flavonoids are anti-oxidants and improve circulation and have an important role in reducing inflammation.


Ligusticum is a widely used blood tonic and is especially common in women’s formulas in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It improves blood circulation and has been studied extensively because of its profound effects. In Skinny Boost it helps improve metabolism through its strong blood moving abilities


Gardenia is known in Western medical terms for helping to lower blood pressure.  In Eastern medicine/Chinese medicine it helps reduce weight by improving our elimination habits along with other herbs in the formula such as rhubarb.


This high quality medicinal herb has many well know uses and has stayed a commonly used favorite herb for all ages since first recorded in the 1st century. Atractylodes is often used for abdominal fullness and distention. This herb soothes all belly aches. 


Whether its culinary uses or medicinal ginger root has a hundreds of uses. In animal studies, ginger has inhibited the absorption of cholesterol and increased the flow of fat cleansing bile. Used for more than 4000 years ginger is great for gas, indigestion and nausea.  Ginger root is warming and improves digestion without hampering it.


Cinnamon is very warming and results in improved circulation and digestion. Studies have demonstrated even a small amount of cinnamon per day reduces serum glucose, triglyceride, LDL cholesterol, and total cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes. Cinnamon, can also help lessen the impact on your blood sugar levels. Cinnamon slows the rate at which the stomach empties after meals, reducing the rise in blood sugar after eating.



Oncol Rep. 2007 Jul;18(1):227-34.

Anti-proliferative and antioxidant activities of Saposhnikovia


Child and Family Research Institute, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3V4, Canada. jtai@interchange.ubc.ca


The dry root of Saposhnikovia , Siler, a perennial herb of the carrot family, is also known as Fang Feng in traditional Chinese herbal medicine. It is a herbal ingredient included in many polyherb formulae. This study investigated the in vitro anti-proliferative, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of the SD extract.  PMID:   17549372  [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


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