Qing Hao

Review Forms and Sizes of Qing Hao Below

Common Names: Sweet Wormwood, Sweet Sagewort, Sweet Anne, Sweet Annua, Herba Artemisiae Annuae
Botanical Name: Artemisia Annua
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Qing Hao, Ching Hao
Qing Hao Dosage: Follow doctor's instructions on how to use this herb.
Qing Hao Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Should not be boiled for a long time.

Qing Hao Benefits & Information

Qing Hao is a traditional Chinese herb that as been used for centuries in China for addressing specific microbial imbalances.  Currently Qing Hao is being studied on its efficacy on fighting Malaria disorders.  Qing Hao benefits digestion, may be used topically on skin eruptions, may expel parasites, may ease joint pain and benefits the eys. Qing Hao contains antimicrobial and antifungal properties. The main active ingredient in Qing Hao is Artemisinin. 
Qing Hao Properties:  Bitter, Cold
Qing Hao Channels / Meridians: Kidney, Liver, Gallbladder
Qing Hao Chemical Components:  Artemisinol, Palmitic acid, Coumarin, Octacosanol, β-Sitosterol, Myrcene, Sesquiterpenes, Flavonoids, Artemetin, Borneol

Herbs That Combine With Qing Hao

Honeysuckle     Pau d Arco     Raw Rehmannia     Moutain Root

References:  alternativehealing.org, herbpathy.com, http://www.itmonline.org/arts/chinghao.htm

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