Common Names: Gentiana Root, Gentiana Macrophylla Root, Yellow gentian, Bitter Root, Felwort, Large Leaf Gentian Botanical Name: Gentiana Macrophylla radix, Gentiana straminea, Gentiana crassicaulis, Gentiana dahurica Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Qin Jiao Qin Jiao Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Qin Jiao Precautions: Do not use while pregnant or nursing.
Qin Jiao Benefits & Information
Qin Jiao is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb that dispels wind-damp, decreases deficiency heat, clears damp heat and unblocks the collaterals, to ease pain. Qin Jiao benefits digestive health, supports healthy liver function, promotes healthy gallbladder function, benefits cardiovascular health, benefits the nervous system, may promote wound healing, may decrease inflammation and pain. Qin Jiao has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antipyretic and diuretic effects. Qin Jiao Properties: Bitter, Acrid, Cool Qin Jiao Channels / Meridians: Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach Qin Jiao Naturally Occurring Components: gentiannie A, gentianine B, gentianine C, gentianidine, gentianol, gentiopicrin, evaporating oils, sugar, amarogentin, swertiamarin
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