Common Name: Selfheal Herb, Self Heal, Self-Heal, All-Heal, Blue Curls, Brownwort Botanical Name: Prunella Vulgaris Spike Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Xia Ku Cao Prunella Spike Dosage: Follow your doctor's instructions for use. Prunella Spike Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Use with caution for those with Spleen and Stomach Deficiency and weakness.
Prunella Spike Benefits & Information
Prunella Spike is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb that is known for being a "summer-dry" herb that is used when there's a sign of heat and liver constraint. Prunella Spike clears heat, drains fire, can support and strengthen the kidneys, and can act as a mild diuretic. Prunella Spike may benefit digestive health, sore throat and promote wound healing. Prunella Spike has antibacterial, antiseptic, and astringent effects. Prunella Spike Properties: Cold, Acrid, Bitter, and Slightly Pungent Prunella Spike Channels: Liver, Gallbladder Prunella Spike Naturally Occurring Components: Prunella vulgaris plant consist of triterpenoid saponins that is based on the aglycone called oleanolic acid. Other components are glycosides substances like rutin and Hyperoside as well as other organic acids like ursolic acid, caffeic acid, free oleanolic acid, Vitamin B1, Vitamin C, vitamin K, carotene, tannins, volatile oils, alkaloids, and potassium chloride.
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