Review Ding Xiang Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Names: Cloves, Clove Flower Buds, Clove Buds, Eugenia Caryophyllata Flower Bud Botanical Name: Syzgium aromaticum Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ding Xing Ding Xiang Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Ding Xiang Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with anticoagulant drugs.
Ding Xiang Benefits and Information
Ding Xiang is a popular spice in many cuisines, however it is also a traditional Chinese medicinal herb with a wide range of beneficial health benefits. Traditionally Ding Xiang warms the middle engergizers, check adverse flow of qi, dispel cold to ease pain, warm the kidneys and reinforce yang. Ding Xiang supports sexual health, promotes healthy digestive function, benefits the upper respiratory system, and supports oral health. It has antibacterial, antifungal, analgesic and expectoarnat effects. Ding Xiang Properties: Acrid, warm Ding Xiang Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Spleen, Stomach Ding Xiang Naturally Occurring Components: Eugenol, acetyl eugenol, caryophyllene, eugenin, eugenitin, isoeugenitin, isoeugenitol, eugenilin, oleanolic acid, rhamnetin kaempherol
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