Common Names: Vervain Herb, European Vervain, Pigeon's Grass, and Enchanter's Herb Botanical Name: Verbena officinalis Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Ma Bian Cao Vervain Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Vervain Precautions: Do not use while pregnant or nursing. Do not use if taking blood pressure medication or on hormonal therapy.
Vervain Benefits & Information
In traditional Chinese medicine Vervain clears heat, resolves toxicity, activates the blood, reduces nodules, unblocks menses, promotes urination and lessens edema. Vervain aids in benefits respiratory health, easing chest congestion, promotes a positive mood, benefits sleep, promotes healthy digestion, benefits the liver and kidneys, promotes oral health, may ease menstrual pain, benefits cardiovascular health, supports the immune system and benefits the nervous system. Vervain has anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, antimicrobial, antibacterial, sedative, tonic and cardioprotective effects. Vervain Properties: Bitter, Cool Vervain Channels / Meridians: Liver, Spleen Vervain Naturally Occurring Components: adenosine, beta-carotene, mucilage, verbenin, alkoloids, caffeic acid, tannins, volatile oils, aucubin, citral, ursolic acid
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