Listen what our customers are saying:
Michael Tam, says…What a great source for good quality bulk herbs. As a successful acupuncturist I stand behind my work and the products I sell, and I can depend on seaofchi.com. Over the years they have proven to be completely honorable.
Maria Santiago, says…These Chinese herbs are all of premium quality, something I demand for my patients. I have been using their bulk herbs for years and do find sea of chi to be very reliable.
Heath Grant, says…Very happy with the quality of their herbs; the price is certainly reasonable and the herbs are never dry and/or brittle. The freshness is unbelievable!
Larry Bartes, says…Their Du Zhong is nice and thick; everything I've gotten here is of super fine quality, highly recommend this company.
Dr. Elizabeth, says…I’m an old customer of this company. In the beginning, I “was” concerned about the quality controls and if any additives were used – until I saw their herbs. Everything is so fresh and clean; the smell of their herbs is simply wonderful. Sincerely love their herbs!
Andy Greco, says…I like ordering herbs from sea of chi ‘cuz they always supply effective and authentic products. Good folks to know!
WE OFFER YOU HIGH GRADE BULK CHINESE HERBS
Our goal here at seaofchi.com is to always provide the best quality Chinese herbs that are preservative free, fresh, and of the highest quality. Our herbs originate from China we purchase from trustworthy suppliers and sources who we have dealt with for more than 20 years who we know maintain the highest standards. We trust our suppliers and know that you can trust us to provide only the best.
Most of our Chinese herbs are sold by the pound with a few exceptions. You’ll find that some Korean Ginseng/Ren Shen is sold in a catty (which is slightly more than one pound), Ge Jie is sold two per package, Wild-grown Korean Ginseng is sold by the root, and Lu Rong is sold sliced by the ounce, etc.
The prices of the more rare Chinese herbs constantly fluctuate in the high end herb market; this can be due to weather changes in China which affect the growth of herbs. If you are purchasing "rare" or "hard to find" herbs we always recommend that you check with us prior to purchase to confirm pricing.
We keep over 600 different herbs in stock, far too many to list here; if you do not see the herb you want (on the links below) contact us to confirm availability and the current price per pound.