Elecampane Root

Review Elecampane Root Forms and Sizes Below

Common Names:  Elecampane Root, Yellow Starwort, Horse-Elder, Horseheal, Scabwort, Pushkarula
Botanical Name:  Inula helenium 
Chinese / Pin Yin Name:  Tu Mu Xiang
Elecampane Root Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Elecampane Root Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.   Persons with allergies to other members of the Asteraceae family (such as feverfew, chamomile, or echincaea) should exercise caution with elecampane, as allergic cross-reactivity to Asteraceae plants is common.

Elecampane Root Benefits & Information

Elecampane Root is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to regulate qi, strenghten the stomach and spleen, ease pain and prevent miscarriage.  Elecampane Root is rich in inulin, a compound that benefits cardiovascular and digestion health.  Elecampane Root supports respiratory health, benefits the throat and promotes a healthy digestive system.
Elecampane Root Properties:  Pungent, Bitter, Warm
Elecampane Root Channels / Meridians:  Liver, Spleen
Elecampane Root Naturally Occuring Components:  Inulin, alantol, iodine, magnesium, sodium, sesquiterpenes, beta-carotene, iron, niacin, triterpene saponins, calcium lactones, selenium, vitamins B12, B5, A, E, C, volitile oils

Herbs That Combine With Elecampane Root

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References
https://tcmwiki.com/wiki/tu-mu-xianghttps://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Elecampane-Cid2441