Fang Ji

Review Fang Ji Forms and Sizes Below

Common Name: Stephania Root, Stephania
Botanical Name: Stephania Tetrandrae Root
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Han Fang Ji, Fang Ji 
Fang Ji Dosage: 
Follow your healthcare professional's advice for how to use. 
Fang Ji Precautions: 
Do not use if nursing or pregnant. 

Stephania Root Benefits & Information

Fang Ji is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to rid wind-dampness, ease pain, clear heat and promote urination. Fang Ji supports the body's natural regulation of fluids, benefits joints, temporarily ease pain, and aid the body's natural detoxification process.  It has anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and anti-bacterial effects.  It's can herb recommended by Stephen Buhner in his book about Lyme Disease. 
Fang Ji Properties: Very Cold, Bitter in Taste, Acrid 
Fang Ji Channels: 
Kidney, Bladder, Spleen
Fang Ji Naturally Occurring Components:  
Tetrandrine or Hanfangchin A, Fangchinoline (Hanfangchin B or Demethyl tetrandrine), Hanfangchin C, Menisine, Menisidine, Cyclanoline, Oxofangchirine, stephanthrine, glycosides, phenols, organic acids

Herbs that Combine With Fang Ji

Coix Seed   He Shou Wu   Hoelen

Healing Lyme Disease by S. Buhner, The Natural Health Dictionary:  Your Comprehensive A-Z Guide for Healing by Dr. Mao Shing Ni