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Common Name: Buddleia Flower Bud, Buddleja, Buddleja Flower Bud, Flos Buddlejae, Flos Immaturus Buddlejae Officinalis, Pale Butterfly Bush Flower, Butterfly Bush, Buddlea Botanical Name: Buddleja officinalis flower bud Chinese Pin Yin Name: Mi Meng Hua Buddleja Flower Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Buddleja Flower Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use in large doses.
Buddleja Flower Benefits & Information
Buddleja, also called Buddleia, is an evergreen shrub originating the Szechuan province of China. The Buddleja flower often used its medicinal purposes. Research has found that the Buddleja flower contains febrifuge, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory compounds. Buddleja flowers stimulate bile flow and provide hepatoprotective effects.
In traditional Chinese medicine Buddleja flower clears the liver, purges fire, and lessens visual obstruction. Studies have found Buddleja flower benefits vascular health, promotes liver health, and supports healthy vision.
Buddleja flower buds can be used to make a tea or tincture. Buddleja flower bud powder can be made into fresh filler-free capsules for easy dosing.
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