Common Name: Houttuynia Botanical Name: Houttuynia Cordata Herb Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Yu Xing Cao Yu Xing Cao Dosage: Consult your healthcare professional or doctor for correct usage. Yu Xing Cao Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. Toxicity is mild. Vaginal applications have caused inflammation, but symptoms subsided after stopping application.
Yu Xing Cao Benefits & Information
Yu Xing Cao is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb that is known for its properties involving the inflammation of the respiratory tract, anti-tussive, hemorrhoids, urinary antiseptic, over-expansion of bronchi, whooping cough, water retention, infection after surgery, lowering fever, bacterial diarrhea, jaundice, Lyme Disease, Co-infections, Used in cosmetic for revitalizing properties. Yu Xing Cao is also known as Fishy Smelling Herb. It is discussed in Stephen Buhner's book, Healing Lyme. Yu Xing Cao Properties: Bitter, Cool, Acrid Yu Xing Cao Channels: Lung, Large Intestine Yu Xing Cao Chemical Components:evaporating oils, decanoylacetaldehyde, myrcene, α- pinene, d-limonene, 2-methyheptenone, camphene, bornyl acetate, linalool, caryophyllene, dodecanaldehyde
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