Common Name: Xanthium Fruit Botanical Name: Xanthium sibiricum fruit Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Cang Er Zi Xanthium Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this herb. Xanthium Precautions: Should not be used long term. Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Cang Er Zi Benefits & Information
Cang Er Zi is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb that benefits the nasal passage and dispels wind dampness. Cang Er Zi Properties: Warm, Toxic, Slightly Bitter, Sweet Cang Er Zi Channels: Lungs Cang Er Zi Naturally Occurring Components: Xanthostrumarin, lecithin, palmitic acid, linoleic acid
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