Common Names: Andrographis herb, "King of Bitters", Green Chiretta, Maha-tikta, India Echinacea, Kalmegh, Andrographolide Botanical Name: Herba Andrographis paniculatae Pin Yin Name: Chuan Xin Lian Chuan Xin Lian Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage. Chuan Xin Lian Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing or if Cold in spleen and stomach.
Chuan Xin Lian Herb Benefits & Information
Traditionally Chuan Xin Lian is a cooling herb it clears heat and toxins, cools the blood, reduces swelling, and eases pain. Chuan Xin Lian supports urinary bladder health, benefits cardiovascular health, promotes urination, opens airway passages, benefits oral health and boosts the immune system. The translation for Chuan Xin Lian word for word is “through the heart lotus”. Chuan Xin Lian Properties: Very Bitter, Cold Chuan Xin Lian Channels / Meridians: Heart, Lung, Large Intestine Naturally Occuring Components of Chuan Xin Lian: diterpenoids, flavonoids, polyphenols Cautions and Side Effects: Bitter herbs like Andrographis can intensify heartburn. Do not use with high blood pressure or with kidney or cardiac conditions. Should not be used with those who have myasthenia gravis.
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