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Dong Quai
Dong Quai (Angelica sinensis) aka - Tang-kuei, Woman’s HerbIn China and Japan, Dong Quai enjoys a very high reputation, second only to Licorice Root in sales. Dong Quai has been used since 588 B.C. for female problems, especially for ailments affecting the female organs and the smooth muscles of the uterus. It’s called "the queen of female herbs” because it helps with irregular menses, lack of menses, painful menses, and abnormal menses. It is also used during pregnancy to nourish the fetus in the womb. It contains elements that nourish the female glands and strengthen all internal body organs and muscles. It has also been used for its tranquilizing effect on the central nervous system. It nourishes the blood and brain cells, helps dissolve blood clots and increases circulation. It is used for all female complaints, including PMS, menopausal symptoms, cramps, backache due to menstrual cramps, and hot flashes. Dong Quai reportedly has anti-biotic effects on several bacteria including Escherichia coli, Streptococcus and Shigella.Primary uses: Here are just a few of the maladies Dong Quai may provide relief from:• Anemia• Internal Bleeding• Blood Impurities• Childbirth Pain• Poor Circulation• Nervous Conditions     • Glandular Problems• Hot Flashes/PMS  • Muscle Spasms• Prolapsed Uterus

Dong Quai

  • Properties: Alterative, Anti-bacterial, Anti-neoplastic, Anti-spasmodic, Blood Purifier, Estrogenic, Hypotensive, Immune-stimulant, Purgative (mild), Sedative Primary nutrients: Essential minerals (all), iron, magnesium, manganese, nicotinic acid, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sodium, Vitamins A, B12, B-complex, C, and E, zinc
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