Bu Gu Zhi
Review Available Bu Gu Zhi Forms and Sizes Below
Common Names: Psoralea Fruit, Fructus Psoraleae
Botanical Name: Psoralea Corylifolia Fructus
Chinese / Pin Yin: Bu Gu Zhi
Bu Gu Zhi Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Bu Gu Zhi Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Use caution in cases of Yin Deficient heat with symptoms such as dry mouth, dry and sore throat, constipation, nocturnal emissions, and urinary tract infections.
Bu Gu Zhi Benefits & Information
Bu Gu Zhi is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used to tonify the kidneys, strengthen the yang and warms the spleen yang. Bu Gu Zhi benefits the urinary system and supports the digestive system, rids parasites, boosts the immune system, relaxes smooth muscle and stops bleeding. It has antibiotic, analgesic and antibacterial properties.
Bu Gu Zhi Properties: Acrid, Bitter, Very Warm. Pungent
Bu Gu Zhi Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Spleen
Bu Gu Zhi Naturally Occuring Components: psoralen, isopsoralen, corylidin, psoralidin, bakuchicin, bavacoumestan B, sophoracoumestan A, bavachalcone, corylifolinin, isobavachalcone, bavachromene, bavachromanol, neovavaisoflavone, corylinal, psoralenol, bakuchiol, fat, octadecenoic acid, tetradecanoic acid, octadecanoic acid, dososanic acid, octadectrienoic acid, stigmasterol, daucosterol, triacontane
Herbs That Combine With Bu Gu Zhi
Referneces: http://alternativehealing.org/bu_gu_zhi.htm, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Terminalia-Bellirica-Cid1583