Dang Gui (Head, Tails, Teapills, Capsules)

Review Dang Gui Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names: Angelica, Chinese Angelica, Angelica Root, Angelica Sinensis Root
Botanical Name: Angelica sinensis

Pin Yin Name: Dang Gui, Dong Quai, Dang Gui Tou, Dang Gui Wei, Tang Kuei, Tan Kue
Dang Gui Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions for how to use this herb.
Dang Gui Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.

Dang Gui Benefits & Information

Traditionally Dang Gui tonifies and activates the blood, eases pain, regulated menstruation, and moistens the intestines.  Dang Gui promotes noramla hormonal balance, benefits male and female reproduction function, promotes even mental state, removes toxins, promotes a positive mental state, benefits circulatory health, supports heart health, benefits the skin and supports diggestion.  It contains anti-inflammatory, sedative, antiseptic, antiviral and antibacterial properties
Dang Gui Channels / Meridians: Spleen, Liver, Heart
Dang Gui Properties: Sweet, Acrid, Warm, Bitter
Dang Gui Chemical Components:  essential oils, ferulic acid, succinic acid, nicotinic acid, vanillic acid, n-tetracosanoic acid, palmitic acid, sucrose, fructose, glucose, arabigalactan, vitamin B12, vitamin A, amino acids, uracil, adenine, choline 

Herbs That Combine With Dang Gui

Burdock     Astragalus     Red Sage     Pinella     Nutgrass     Chinese Date     Schizonepeta

References
https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/dong-quai.html, https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/dang-gui, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Dang-Gui-Cid1277, http://alternativehealing.org/dang_gui.htm