Scutellaria

Review Scutellaria Forms and Sizes Below

Common Name: Skullcap Root
Botanical Name: Scutellaria Baicalensis Radix

Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Huang Qin
Scutellaria Dosage: 
Follow your doctor or healthcare professional's instructions for how to use this herb.

Scutellaria Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Do not use in case of deficiency-cold in spleen and stomach.

Scutellaria Benefits & Information

Scutellaria is a Chinese medicinal herb to clear heat, dry dampness, purge fire, relieve toxicity, cool the blood and stop bleeding.  Scutellaria is known for benefiting Cardiovascular Health. It also supports liver function and benefits a healthy immune system.
Scutellaria Properties:  Bitter, Cold
Scutellaria Channels: Stomach, Liver, Lung, Gallbladder

Scutellaria Naturally Occurring Components: Baicalein, Baicalin, Wogonin, Oleic Acid, Neobaicalein, β-sitosterol 

Herbs that Combine With Scutellaria Root

Rehmannia Root   White Atractylodes   Eucommia

References:
http://www.jadeinstitute.com/jade/herbal-detail-page.php?show=24&order=chinese_namehttp://www.chinesemedicinewiki.org/herb:huang-qin