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Common Names: Water Plantain, 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. Alisma contains antibacterial, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties
Benefits Urinary Health
Promotes the Body's Normal Fluid Levels
Supports Kidney Health
Benefits Bone Health
Supports Digestive Health
Alisma Properties: Sweet, Bland, Cold Alisma Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Bladder Ze Xie Herb Category: Drains Dampness 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.
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