Review Tian Zhu Huang Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Bamboo Tabasheer, Tabasheer, Bamboo Sugar, Siliceous Secretions of Bamboo, Bamboo Silica Botanical Name: Bambusa textilis tabasheer Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Tian Zhu Huang Tian Zhu Huang Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dosage. Tian Zhu Huang Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use for long term.
Tian Zhu Huang Benefits & Information
Tian Zhu Huang is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used to transforms phlegm, clear heart and calm the spirit. Tian Zhu Huang benefits include promoting skin health, supports the respiratory system, benefits the cardiovascular system, supports healthy respiratory function and normal muscle function. Tian Zhu Huang Properties: Sweet, Cold Tian Zhu Huang Channels/Meridians: Gallbladder, Heart, Liver Tian Zhu Huang Naturally Occuring Components: silica, glucosides, calcium oxide, potassium chloride, iron oxide, aluminum
References: Farrelly, D. 1984. The Book of Bamboo. San Francisco: 64-65, https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Tian-Zhu-Huang-Cid3199
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