Gold Coin Grass, the highly touted herb on Julia Chang's web site sensiblehealth.com as helpful for the liver flush, doesn't seem to exist ANYWHERE other than on her own site. I've done searches for it by name as well as by the "phonetic name" that is listed on the sensiblehealth site, and only come up with a loose connection from the "phonetic name" to some other herb entirely. ("Longhairy Antenoron Herb", and even considering that this odd name could have some slight chance of being the same herb in two different languages, further searching doesn't reveal any use of this one to have anything do to with the liver). Something makes me think that there is some hiding going on of the real name of this herb in order to create a monopoly. Consider the high price of it at the one site where it can be purchased.
I have Dr John B Christopher's book School fo Natural Healing
the contents of this volume were originally presented as part of a series of lectures given by Dr John Raynond Christopher to groups interested in natural healing. It was a reference book dedicated to an audience of twenty lessons and everyone who wished to learn about herbs and healing.
Its a great book and its my bible
I have looked up Herba Lysimachiae known a Gold coin grass.
Its others names are also Purple loosestrife.
Hope that helps
it also is well worth it.. considering one bottle lasts you 3 weeks plus extra/ surgery would cost worlds higher than 20 $ plus 11 shipping.
the high shipping is cause it has to go thru canadian customs.
i know it bothered me also , but after using the product i feel it was a great purchase plus saved me from having to make my own tincture.