Acorus Gramineus Rhizome

Review Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names: Grass leaf Sweetflag Rhizome, Myrtle Flag, Flagroot, Acorus Root
Botanical Names: Acorus tatarinowii; Rhizoma
Pin Yin Name: Shi Chang Pu
Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.
Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Avoid long term use. Do not use with Yin Deficiency with Heat signs.

Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Benefits & Information

Traditionally acorus gramineus rhizmome refreshes the mind, resolves dampness, harmonizes the stomach, calms the heart, and promotes calmness. Acorus Gramineus Rhizome benefits skin concerns, supports circulatiory function, benefits the body's metabolism, eases joint and headache pain, promotes a calm mental state.  The herb has antibiotic, anti-rheumatic and anti-spasmodic properties.
Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Properties:  Acrid, Slightly Warm, Aromatic
Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Channels / Meridians: Heart, Stomach Liver
Acorus Gramineus Rhizome Naturally Occurring Components: Essential Oils, Amino Acids, β-Asarone, Caryophyllene, Sitosterol, Vitamin C

Herbs that Combine with Acorus Gramineus Rhizome

Codonopsis     Goji Berry     Magnolia Bark     Eclipta

Resourses:  bodynutrition.org/calamus/, herbpathy.com