Angelica Dahurica Radix
Fragrant Angelica Root
Other Name Fragrant Angelica Root
Angelica dahurica, Radix
Chinese Name Bai Zhi, lab tested
One Pound (1 lb.)
Expels dampness, reduces swelling,
acrid, warm, lung, stomach.
CautionShould not be taken if you have diabetes as it reported to cause an increase of sugar in the urine. Back to Main Index
In traditional Chinese medicine, Bai Zhi is commonly used with indications of wind-cold. Main functions are to expel pathogenic wind to resolve exterior and to expel cold to stop pain. Clinical uses for Bai Hui range from amenorrhea and swelling in vagina, dry and itchy skin, sinus infection, pain in intestine and hemorrhoids to dries dampness and promotes the function of the lungs and stomach channels.
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Herbal Information for Angelica Duhurica Root in Cut Form
Common Names: Angelica Duhurica Root
Botanical Name: Radix Angelicae Dahuricae
Channels/Meridians: Stomach, Lung
Other Names: Chinese Angelica, the Garden Angelica, Root of the Holy Ghost, Wild Angelica
Pin Yin Name: Bai Zhi
Other Ingredients: None, nothing has been added to this product.
Package Size: One Pound (1lb)
Form: Cut, Lab-Tested
Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this herb.
Brand: Nuherbs Lab-Tested
Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Contraindicated in cases of Blood and Yin deficiencies due to being very drying; Use with caution if pus drains smoothly from sores.
Additional Information About Bai Zhi
- Expels Dampness
- Wind Cold
- Special Notes: There are several botanical names for Angelica, please be sure of the botanical names as the properties are different.
- The Angelica Duhurica has an intense aroma and pungent taste.
- Bai Zhi in cut form, can easily be made into a tea, or into a liquid tincture. If making a tea do not over brew, as the taste may become to intense.
- Product Properties: Acrid, Warm
Analysis of Angelica Duhurica
- Angelic acid
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DetailsCurrent Stock:SKU: P10490Global Trade Item Number: 714490050673Manufacturer Part Number P10490Condition: NewAvailability: Ships in one dayWidth: 10.00 (in)Height: 9.00 (in)Depth: 1.00 (in)