Alisma

Review Available Alisma Forms & Sizes Below

Common Names:  Water Plantian, Alisma Plantain, American Water Plantain, Mad Dog Weed, Alismatis Rhizoma, Alisma Rhizome
Botanical Name:  Alisma orientalis rhizome

Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  Ze Xie
Alisma Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.
Alisma Cautions:  Do not if pregnant or nursing.  Do not use if dehydrated.  Do not use in case of damp cold.

Alisma Benefits & Information

Traditionally Alisma was used to promote diuresis, drain dampness and purge heat. Alisma is collected in the winter, once the stems have withered.  It may have positive influences on the urinary tract and promote the body's normal fluid levels.  Alisma contains antibacterial, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties
Alisma Properties: Sweet, Bland, Cold
Alisma Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Bladder
Naturally Occurring Compounds in Alisma: Alisol A monoacetate, Alisol A monoacetate,Alisol B monoacetate, Alisol C acetate, Epi-alisol A, 24-Acetyl alisol A, 23-Acetylalisol B, 23-Acetyl alisol C.

Herbs That Combine With Alisma

Coix Seed     Huai Niu Xi     Shi Chang Pu     Dong Quai 

 References:  https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Ze-Xie-Cid1345, alternativehealing.org