Achyranthes Aspera Root

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Common Names: Devil's horsewhip, Prickly chaff flower, Chaff flower, Amaranthaceae
Botanical Name:   Achyranthes aspera root
Pin Yin Name: Tu Niu Xi
Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this product.
Caution:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with Diabetes.

Achyranthes aspera root uses - cardiovascular health, spleen function, urinary system, bone health

Achyranthes Aspera Root Benefits 

Traditionaly Achyranthes aspera rooti activates blood, dissipates blood stasis, dispels dampness, promotes diuresis. and clears heat and removes toxicity. Achyranthes Aspera is a small shrub that is indigenous to India, but can be found throughout the tropics.  It has numerous medicinal uses. 

  • Urinary Tract System Health
  • Bone Health
  • Cardiovasuclar Health
  • Spleen Function  

 Achyranthes aspera root meridians, TCM properties, body channels, chemical composition
Achyranthes Aspera Root Properties: Bitter, Sour, Neutral
Achyranthes Aspera Root Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Liver
Naturally Occurring Components in Achyranthes Aspera Root:  oleanolic acid, sugar, triterpenoid saponins, ecdysterone, inokosterone, rubrosterone, polysaccharides, amino acids, iron, copper

herbs that can be used with  Achyranthes aspera root

Herbs That Combine With Achyranthes Aspera Root

Chinese Date     Long Pepper     Neem Leaf

References:  
Saurabh Srivastav, Pradeep Singh, Garima Mishra, K. K. Jha, and R. L. Khosa. "Achyranthes aspera-An important medicinal plant: A review."  Journal of National Product and Plant Resource. 2011 Volume 1 (1): 1-14. <http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/JNPPR-vol1-iss1/JNPPR-2011-1-1-1-14.pdf>,  R. Cannio, G. Fiorentino, A. Morana, M. Rossi, and S. Bartolucci, “Oxygen: friend or foe? Archaeal superoxide dismutases in the protection of intra- and extracellular oxidative stress,” Frontiers in Bioscience, vol. 5, pp. D768–D779, 2000., Y. Yamamoto, M. Higuchi, L. B. Poole, and Y. Kamio, “Role of the dpr product in oxygen tolerance in Streptococcus mutans,” Journal of Bacteriology, vol. 182, no. 13, pp. 3740–3747, 2000.