Review Huang Qi Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Astragalus Root, Astragalus herb, Milk vetch. Locoweed, Yellow vetch, poison vetch, Chinese Astragalus Botanical Name: Astragalus membranaceus Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Huang Qi Huang Qi Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your proper dosage. Huang Qi Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use with Lupus.
Huang Qi Benefits & Information
Huang Qi t comes from the pea family in Chinese herbalism is used for increasing the body’s natural resistance and vitality. It is used to tonify the Qi, raise the yang, tonify the blood, strengthen the spleen, and invigorate vital energy. It offers may health benefits such as boosting the immune system, promoting natural urination, supporting normal body fluids and benefiting the respiratory system. Huang Qiis often used as liver and blood tonics. It contains antiviral, antioxidant, antibacterial and detoxicant properties. Huang Qi Properties: Sweet, Slightly Warm, Tonic Huang Qi Meridians / Channels: Lung, Spleen Huang Qi Naturally Occurring Components: beta-sitosterol, calcium, choline, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc, flavonoids, saponins and triterpenoid glycosides.
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