Herbal Information for Shu Di Huang in Cut Form
Common Name: Rehmannia Root Cooked in Wine, Radix Rehmanniae, Foxglove Root, Prepared Rehmannia root,
Botanical Name: Rehmannia Glutinosa Root
Channels/Meridians: Heart, Kidney, Liver
Pin Yin Name: Shu Di Huang
Other Ingredients: None, nothing has been added to this product.
Package Size: 500 Grams ( 1.1 pounds)
Form: Cut / Sliced - sizes vary
Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb.
Brand: Plum Flower, species - authenticated herbs
Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use in large doses. May cause, dizziness, and palpitation.
Additional Information for Shu Di Huang
Benefits of Shu Di Huang
Detoxifying, diuretic and hypotensive properties
Can be used as a blood tonic
Rehmannia Root tonifies the blood
Nourishes the liver and kidney yin
It supplements essence
Tonifies Jing and supplements bone marrow
A General Tonic
Product Properties: Sweet, Bitter, Warm
Nourishes Liver and Kidney Yin
This Rehmannia Root is prepared in wine, and does have slightly different properties than the raw Rehmannia Root
Rehmannia Root is used to replenish the body's vital force
Product Properties: Bitter, Sweet, Warm
Prepared Rehmannia Root Combines With:
+Sweet Wormwood and Rehmannia Root
+Schisandra and Rehmannia Root
+Goji Berry and Rehmannia Root
+Horny Goat Weed and Rehmannia Root
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1 Dharmananda, Subhuti. "Classical Physician Zhang Jingyue: The Rehmannia Doc." Institute for Traditional Medicine. June 2012. <http://www.itmonline.org/articles/rehmannia_doc/rehmannia_doc.htm>.
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.
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