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Herbal Information for Prepared Rehmannia Root in Powder Form Common Name:  Rehmannia Root Botanical Name:   Rehmannia glutinosa root Prepared Pin Yin Name:   Shu Di Huang   -  …

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Herbal Information for Prepared Rehmannia Root in Powder Form

Common Name:  Rehmannia Root

Botanical Name:   Rehmannia glutinosa root Prepared

Pin Yin Name:   Shu Di Huang   -  Unsulfured herb

Other Names: Prepared Rehmannia Root, Chinese Foxglove, Radix Rehmanniae

Other Ingredients: This product has been prepared meaning steamed in wine.

Package Size:   500 Grams   ( 1.1 pounds)

Form: Powder - Fine powder 80 to 100 mesh size (similar to the consistency of baking flour)

Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.

Origin: China

Brand: Plum Flower, species - authenticated herbs

Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Do not take in large doses.  The side effects can include diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, weakness, and palpitations.

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Naturally Occurring Chemical Compounds:  eonuride, aucubin, catalpol, rehmannioside A, B, C, D, melittoside, tehmaglutin A, D, gluti-noside, monoterpenes like jioglutin A, B, C, jioglutolide, jiolutin A, B, C, jioglutolide, jiofuran, rehmapicrogenin, monosaccharide, trihydroxy-β-ionone, 5-c-hydroxyaeginetic acid, suscinic acid, 5-oxoproline, 5-hydroxymethylfuroic acid, uracil, uridine,

Product Properties: Warm, Nourish Yin, Sweet

**Shu Di Huang is prepared which means steamed in wine. 

About Rehmannia Root

Benefits of Shu Di Huang

  • Nourish the Blood
  • Enriches Yin
  • Arrests coughing and wheezing
  • Tonify blood, nourish yin of liver and kidney, supplement essence.
  • Plucked in late autumn
  • The root of the herbaceous plants Rehmannia glutinosa Libosch of family Figwort

Herb Category:   Herbs that Tonify the Blood

Rehmannia root has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and has a wide range of beneficial properties. It has therapeutic benefits for several medical conditions. Rehmannia root is one of the most popular tonic herbs in traditional Chinese medicine, where it has been used for thousands of years as a longgevity tonic.  Listed as one of the fifty most important Chinese herbs, it was first mentioned in Chinese medical literature during the Han Dynasty around 206 B.C.1


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1 Dharmananda, Subhuti. "Classical Physician Zhang Jingyue: The Rehmannia Doc." Institute for Traditional Medicine. June 2012. <>.

2 Huang Bingshan and Wang Yuxia. Thousand Formulas and Thousand Herbs of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Vol. 2. 1993 Heilongjiang Education Press, Harbin.

3 Cheung CS and Hirano M (translators), Huang BM. A brief discussion of the use of radix rehmannia by the ancient master Zhang Jingyue. Journal of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1982 (4): 33-37.

Rehmannia Root (Shu Di Huang)- (Prepared) Plum Flower Powder 1lb