BIBONG

Exclusive formula from East Asia
Rebalance Chi

What is Bĭbong®
with Dr. Jenelle Kim

Bĭbong formulas are specific herbal formulations that have been handed down for centuries through a family line of doctors, and which were once only available to the royal families of East Asia. What makes the formulas special and truly powerful is not the individual herbs, but the wisdom of how to combine those herbs and the special extraction methods to create a truly balanced formula that works optimally with the body.

These formulas cannot be found elsewhere. Bĭbong formulas have been renowned throughout the centuries because they are some of the most powerful and safest ways to rebalance your body’s chi, which in eastern medicine is the vital energy that is necessary to live. The ability to rebalance chi at its root level allows for increased and proper flow. Bĭbong formulas are said to rebalance your chi, allowing your body to function properly.

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Bĭbong® Formulas
Rebalance Chi

In eastern medicine, Chi is the main source of energy of all life. Chi flows along pathways in the body called meridians and is stored in major organs. When chi is disrupted, blockages are created and the body manifests pain or disease. This disruption can be due to many things, such as stress, injury, surgery diet, toxins, overuse and aging.

When chi is strengthened and flows in a balanced way it creates an immediate positive cycle. Balanced chi leads to increased strength and proper chi flow throughout the channels of the mind and body. This positive cycle enables the mind and body to work at their optimal state, thereby promoting ultimate health, youthfulness and longevity.

The Bĭbong® Tradition

Bĭbong formulas are rooted in the teachings of the Royal Dr. Heo Jun of Korea. Dr. Jenelle Kim, Kannaway’s Formulator, is the gatekeeper of her lineage’s Bĭbong formulas; her lineage of herbologists and doctors were avid teachers of and adherents to the great Doctor Heo Jun. Dr. Heo Jun (1537/1539–1615) was the Court Physician of the Korean Joseon Dynasty.

Dr. Heo Jun compiled the Dongui Bogam, a 25-volume medical encyclopedia that was completed in 1613, with its basic theories based on the Yellow Emperors Inner Classic (Huangdi Neijing). This highly respected medical text is currently being studied at some of the most renowned medical universities, including Harvard Medical School.

The Bĭbong® Philosophy

Those who try these formulas will see and feel the difference for themselves. The power lies not in the spoken or written explanation of the formulas, but in the results people experience. This is why these formulas have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries.

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Dr. Jenelle Kim

Those who try these formulas will see and feel the difference for themselves. The power lies not in the spoken or written explanation of the formulas, but in the results people experience. This is why these formulas have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries.

"The power lies not in spoken or written explanation of the formulas; it is in the results people experience."

Kannaway’s Bibong ingredients

Schizonepeta Tenuifolia (Japanese catnip)
Schizonepeta Tenuifolia is better known as Japanese catnip.
Schisandra Fruit (Wu Wei Zi)
Schisandra fruit has been used for healing in traditional Chinese Medicine for more than 2,000 years.
Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)
Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a sweet and soothing herb that has been used in food and as medicine for thousands of years.
Cinnamomum Camphora Essential Oil
Cinnamomum Camphora Essential Oil is extracted from camphor trees that are more than 50 years in age but can often grow as old as a thousand years.
Burdock Root (Arctium Lappa)
Burdock Root (Arctium Lappa) has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments.
Zingiberis Officinale Root (Ginger Root)
Zingiberis Officinale Root, also known as Dried ginger root
Cornus Fruit (Cornus officinalis)
Cornus Fruit (Cornus officinalis) is a species of dogwood known also as Japanese cornel, Japanese cornelian cherry or Shan Zhu Yu in Chinese.
Aucklandia Root (Mu Xiang)
Aucklandia root has been used for centuries in Chinese and Indian herbal healing.
Astragalus Root (Huang Qi)
Astragalus Root is also called huang qi or milk vetch.
Green Tea (Camellia sinesis)
Green tea (Camellia sinesis) originated in China for medicinal purposes, and its first recorded use was 4,000 years ago.
Korean Ginseng Root (Panax ginseng)
Korean Ginseng root (Panax ginseng) is one of the most widely used and acclaimed herbs in the world.
Mulberry Leaf (Morus alba)
The Mulberry leaf is a product of the Morus alba tree which is found throughout China and cultivated across most parts of the world.
Ledebouriella Root (Fang Fen)
Ledebouriella Root also known as Fang Feng, Siler Root, Radix Ledebouriellae Divaricatae, radix saposhnikoviae divaricata, Saposhnikovia Divaricata root, and Radix Saposhnikoviae.
Biota Seed (Oriental Arborvitae)
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it is believed that the Arborvitae tree is the favor from nature and the Biota seed is used medicinally.
Angelica (Dong Quai)
Angelica is a genus of plants in the parsley family used in both Western healing and traditional Korean, Chinese and Japanese medicine. Usually the dried root is used medicinally.
Jujube Seed (Suan Zao Ren)
The Jujube seed is primarily known as a herb that may aid in stress-relief by nourishing the heart and calming the spirit.
Goji Berry (Wolfberry)
The Goji berry, also called the wolfberry, is a bright orange-red berry that comes from a shrub that’s native to the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet and Mongolia.
Longan Fruit (Euphoria Longan)
The Longan fruit, closely allied to the lychee, has been used for medical purpose as early as the Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE).
Artemisia (Chinese Mugwort)
Artemisia is used medicinally, especially in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean traditional medicine. It is also used as an herb to flavor food.
Poria Cocos (Fu Ling)
Poria Cocos, also called Fu Ling, is a famous Chinese herb.
Cassia Seed (Jue Ming Zi)
The Cassia seed (also known as Jue Ming Zi) comes from the cassia, an annual plant that grows in tropical zones.
Codonopsis Root (Dang Shen)
Codonopsis, also known as Dang Shen, refers to the roots of Codonopsis pilosula, utilized primarily as a substitute for ginseng (Panax ginseng).