Common Name: Stephania Root Botanical Name: Stephania Tetrandrae Root Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Han Fang Ji, Fang Ji Stephania Root Dosage: Follow your healthcare professional's advice for how to use. Stephania Root Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant.
Stephania Root Benefits & Information
Even though this Stephania Root can be used in capsules, or made into a liquid tincture, a decoction is generally the most common way of using this herb. It's can herb recommended by Stephen Buhner in his book about Lyme Disease. Stephania Root Properties: Very Cold, Bitter in Taste, Acrid Stephania Root Channels: Kidney, Bladder, Spleen Stephania Root Naturally Occurring Components: Tetrandrine or Hanfangchin A, Fangchinoline (Hanfangchin B or Demethyl tetrandrine), Hanfangchin C, Menisine, Menisidine, Cyclanoline, Oxofangchirine, stephanthrine, glycosides, phenols, organic acids
References: http://www.planetthrive.com/?s=stephania+root&x=0&y=0 http://buhnerhealinglyme.com/herbs/eye-decoction/ Healing Lyme Disease by S. Buhner The Natural Health Dictionary: Your Comprehensive A-Z Guide for Healing by Dr. Mao Shing Ni https://herbpathy.com/Uses-and-Benefits-of-Stephania-Tetrandra-Cid1332
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