Common Names: Bushy Knotweed, Japanese Bushy Knotweed,
Botanical Name: Polygonum cuspidatum; Rhizome
Pin Yin Name: Hu Zhang
Other Names: Tiger Cane, Giant Knotweed, Some people may refer to this herb as Japanese Bushy Knotweed Root and Rhizome
Granule Composition: 92% extract + 8% maltodextrin
Package Size: 100 g Extract granules, equal to 1500 g (3.3 lb) dried raw herb
Form: 15X Concentrated Granules
Dosage: Take 1 g each time, 1 time per day, or as instructed by a herbal practitioner. Dissolve in hot water or mix into yogurt. Consult your healthcare professional for correct dosage.
Brand: Activeherb Single Herb Extact
Caution: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use in large doses. Overdosing may cause abdominal pain, diarrhea, and dry mouth
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How to pronounce Hu Zhang. Hu Zhang (pronounced "hoo jahng," meaning "Tiger’s Cane"
Notes: In the Chinese Herbal Medicine book Materia Medica, Hu Zhang Radix (Rhizoma polygoni cuspidati) has alternative names like Da Chang Zhang and Ku Zhang.
Benefits of Hu Zhang
One of the Active constituents is Resveratrol
Bitter and Sour in Flavor
Slightly Cold in Properties
Part of Lyme Protocol by S. Buhner
Invigorates the Blood
Aids in reducing pain
Transforms phlegm and stops cough
Channels are: Liver and Gallbladder
Herbs that Regulate Blood: Herbs that Invigorate Blood
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