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Common Names: Angelica, Angelica Root, Dahurican Angleica Root, Garden Angelica, Holy Ghost Plant, Wild Celery, Masterwort Botanical Name: Angelica dahurica Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Bai Zhi Dahurican Angelica Root Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Dahurican Angelica Root Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. This is only one botanical name out of several which start with Angelica. Angelica dahurica root is not the same as Angelica archangelica. Be sure to check the botanical names to insure it is the correct herb.
Bai Zhi Benefits & Information
Bai Zhi is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to expel dampness, reduce swelling and eliminate wind-cold. Bai Zhi promotes upper respiratory health, boosts the immune system, promotes oral health, supports skin health and my ease headache. It has antipyretic, antibacterial, sedative, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Dahurican Angelica Root Properties: Acrid, Warm Dahurican Angelica Root Channels / Meridians: Stomach, Lung Dahurican Angelica Root Naturally Occurring Constituents of Bai Zhi: volatile oils, valeric acid, angelic acid, angelicin, safrole, scopoletin, linoleic acid
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