Review Available White Atractylodes Rhizome Forms and Sizes Below
Common Name: White Atractylodes, Rhizoma AtractylodisMacrocephalae, Bighead atractylodes rhizome Botanical Name: Atractylodes macrocephala rhizome Pin Yin Name: Bai Zhu White Atractylodes Rhizome Dosage: Follow doctors instructions on how to use this herb. White Atractylodes Rhizome Precautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not use in cases where Qi Stagnation manifests as a feeling of oppression or distension. Can cause diarrhea.
White Atractylodes Rhizome Benefits & Information
White Atractylodes Rhizome is used in traditional Chinese medicine to replenish the Qi, strengthens the spleen, improves the immune system, protect the liver, enhance hematopoietic function, benefits natural urination, dry excessive dampness, arrest sweating, and induces diuresis. White Atractylodes Rhizome Properties: aromatic, slightly acrid, non toxic and sweet White Atractylodes Rhizome Channels / Meridians: spleen, stomach White Atractylodes Rhizome Naturally Occurring Components: humulene, β-elemol, atractlone, atractylenolide, lysine, arginine, proline, tyrosine
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