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Common Name: Ophiopogon Tuber, Ophiopogons Tubers, Lush Winter Wheat, Mondo Grass Botanical Name: Ophiopogonis Japonicum Tuber, Ophiopongon Japonicus Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Mai Men Dong, Mai Dong Mai Men Dong Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Mai Men Dong Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use in cases of diarrhea from Cold and Middle Jiao Deficiency.
Mai Men Dong Benefits & Information
Mai Men Dong is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to moisten the lungs, nourish the Yin, generate fluids, moisten the intestines eliminate irritability and clear heat. Mai Men Dong benefits respiratory health, promotes a healthy blood glucose level and supports digestive health. It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, cooling and diuretic effects. Mai Men Dong Properties: Sweet, Slightly Bitter, Slightly Cold Mai Men Dong Channels / Meridians: Spleen, Heart, Stomach Mai Men Dong Naturally Occurring Components: b-sitosterol glucoside, amino acids, glucosides, saponins, homoisoflavoniods, steroids, glucose, ruscogenin, stigmasterol
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