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Common Names: Acanthopanax Root Bark, Nan Wu Jia Pi (Southern Wu Jia Pi), Cortex Acanthopanacis Gracilistyli Radicis Botanical Name: Acanthopanax gracilistylus root-bark, Acanthopanax spinosus Pin Yin Name: Wu Jia Pi Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Acanthopanax shouldn’t be used with yin deficient and / or excessive heat syndromes.
Wu Jia Pi Benefits
Wu Jia Pi is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb. Traditionally (TCM) Wu Jia Pi is is used to dispels wind dampness. nourish the liver and kidneys, strengthen bones and sinew, transform dampness, and aide with swelling. It supports the body's response to inflammation. Wu Jia Pi has a positive effect on the muscular, skeletal and urinary systems.
Urinary Tract Health
Muscle & Skeletal Health
Wu Jia Pi Properties: Bitter, Warm, Spicy Wu Jia Pi Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Liver Naturally Occurring Components in Wu Jia Pi:syringin, stearic acid, d-sesamin, vitamin A, vitamin B, calcium oxide, palmic acid, kaurenolic acid, beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol How to use Wu Jia Pi: The most commonly used method is in wine. The medicinal liquor is ideal for the winter season.
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