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Common Names: Notopteiygium Root & Rhizome, Rhizoma Et Radix Notopterygii Botanical Name: Notoptergium Incisum Rhizoma et Radix, Notopterygium forbesii Boiss Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Qiang Huo Notopterygium Root Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Notopterygium Root Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Not use in cases of numbness and pain with xue xu blood deficient or with yinxu (yin deficient). Overdose may cause nausea and vomiting.
Notopterygium Root Benefits & Information
Notopterygium Root is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb to release the exterior, disperse cold, rid wind-damp and ease pain. Notopterygium Root benefits winter discomforts, supports joints and may ease upper extremity pain and body aches. Notopterygium Root contains analgesic, and anti-inflammatory effects. Notopterygium Root Properties: Acrid, Bitter, Aromatic, Warm Notopterygium Root Channels / Meridians: Bladder, Kidney Notopterygium Root Naturally Occurring Components: evaporating oils, furocoumarins, orgainic acids, amino acids, beta-sitosterol
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