Herbal information on Acanthopanax Root Bark in Bulk Powder Concentrate Form
Common Names: Acanthopanax Root Bark,
Botanical Name: Acanthopanax gracilistylus root-bark
Channels/Meridians: Liver, Kidney
Other Names: Cortex Acanthopanacis Gracilistyli Radicis, Acanthopanax spinosus
Pin Yin Name: Wu Jia Pi
Other Ingredients: Dextrin (derived from non-GMO corn)
Package Size: 100 grams
Form: Powder Concentrate
Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this herb.
Brand: Plum Flower
Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Acanthopanax shouldn’t be used with deficient and / or excessive heat syndromes. Do not use long term.
How to use Acanthopanax gracilistylus root-bark? The most commonly used method is in wine. The medicinal liquor is ideal for the winter season.
Product Properties: Bitter, Spicy, Warm
Naturally Occurring Chemical Components: syringin, stearic acid, d-sesamin, vitamin A, vitamin B, calcium oxide, palmic acid, kaurenolic acid, beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol
Although this item is still is stock, Wu jia pi/acanthopanax bark is now unavailable commercially as it has been over-cultivated and Xiang jia pi/periploca sepium bark is the acknowledged substitute herb in many formulas. As Xiang Jia Pi grows in the north, it is also known as northern Wu Jia Pi. Xiang Jia Pi is bitter, warming, and has similar properties to Wu Jia Pi. However, Xiang jia pi/periploca sepium is toxic and cannot be used interchangeably with Wu Jia Pi. It is also not recommended for long term use. Practitioners should be careful not to over-dose. (1.5-3 gm is the recommended dosage).
What Herbs combine with Acanthopanax Root Bark?
- Niu Xi and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Dang Gui and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Du Zhong and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Gui Jia and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Mu Gua and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Chen Pi and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Da Fu Pi and Acanthopanax Root Bark
- Jiang Pi and Acanthopanax Root Bark
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