Common Name: Lobelia, Lobelia Herb, Chinese Lobelia, Herba Lobeliae chinensis Botanical Name:Lobelia chinensis herba Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ban Bian Lian Chinese Lobelia Herb Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Chinese Lobelia Herb Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Chinese Lobelia Herb Benefits & Information
Chinese Lobelia Herb is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used to clear heat, remove toxicity, promote diuresis and ease edema. Chinese Lobelia Herb can be used topically to promote healing of sores, abscesses and snake bite. Chinese Lobelia Herb benefits the respiratory system, boosts the immune system supports the urinary system and benefits the digestive system. It has expectorant, antispasmodic, antifungal and diuretic properties. The alkaloid lobeline which has a similar effect upon the nervous system as nicotine. Chinese Lobelia Herb Category: Herbs that Drain Dampness Chinese Lobelia Herb Properties: Acrid, Bland, Cool Chinese Lobelia Herb Channels/Meridians: Liver, Small Intestine, Kidney, Stomach Chinese Lobelia Herb Naturally Occurring Components: lobeline, lobelanine, isolobelanine, lobelanidine, saponins, flavanoids
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