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Common Names: Achyranthes Root, Ox Knee Botanical Name: Achyranthes bidentata Pin Yin Name: Huai Niu Xi Achyranthes Bidentata Root Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage. Achyranthes Bidentata Root Cautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Do not use in cases of spleen deficiency, excessive menstruation, or spermatorrhea. Do not use with Bai Qian.
Achyranthes Bidentata Root Benefits
Achyranthes Bidentata Root is a Chinese tonifier to promote healthy joint function, remove toxicity and clear Damp-Heat in the lower Jiao.
Botanical Support for Muscles and Bones
Promotes Circulartory Health
Benefits the Immune System
Supports Spleen Function
Achyranthes Bidentata Root Properties: Bitter, Sour, Neutral Achyranthes Bidentata Root Channels / Meridians: Liver, Kidney Achyranthes Bidentata Naturally Occuring Components: achyranthes bidentata polysaccharide, ecdysterone, inokosterone, triterpenoid saponins, mucilage, potassium salt, and trace elements of nickel, iron, copper, manganese, and chronium.
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