Review Dang Shen Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Codonopsis Root, Radix Codonopsitis Pilosulae, Poor man's ginseng, Bonnet Flower Root Botanical Name:Codonopsis pilosula Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Dang Shen Dang Shen Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Dang ShenPrecautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Side effects have been reported such as: dizziness, discomfort in the chest area, feeling nervous and uneasy, and dry mouth.
Dang Shen Benefits & Information
Dang Shen is a traditional Chinese medicinal herbs to tonify the middle jiao, invigorate lung and spleen qi, nourish the blood and generate body fluids. Dang Shen promotes a healthy immune system, benefits the nervous system, promotes dialation of peripheral blood vessels, benefits the digestive system and supports healthy blood pressure. It has analgesic effects. Dang Shen Properties: Sweet, Neutral Dang Shen Channels / Meridians: Lung, Spleen Dang Shen Naturally Occurring Components: α-Spinasterol, Stigmasta-7, 22-dien-3-one, Codopiloic acid, Octadecadienoic acid, polysaccharides, inulin, saponins, scutellarein, resins, mucus, glycosides
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