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…Clinical studies have shown that the ginseng improved the function of the cells used for immunity. Although more research should be done, some studies have shown that American Ginseng Root in combination with ginkgo can treat ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. American Ginseng Root is also used as an anti-inflammatory medicine. It is also used in enhancing libido and copulatory performance. Use of American Ginseng Root should be…

The Bupleurum herb, (Bupleurum Chinense), is one of the oldest, and most important, plants that are utilized as a traditional herbal medicine in various countries in Asia. The plant belongs to the Apiacea family whose plant morphology makes it look very much like fennel or dill. The only difference is its long thin leaves that are very different from the lace-like leaf appearance of the other two plants. Native to East Asia, Bupleurum in…

Thorowax is also referred to as Bupleurum. It is a medicinal root originated in East Asia. The Chinese name of this herb is Chai Hu. Other common names for this plant are Hare’s Ear, Saiko and Chinese Thorowax root. It can be mistaken for dill as it looks very similar. The flowers are small and pale yellow with thin reed like stalks and narrow leaves that resemble a hare’s ear. Bupleurum, or Chai Hu, literally translates to “Kindling of the…

Rich in azulene, an anti-inflammatory compound found to speed healing, Chamomile has been shown to assist in alleviating intestinal discomfort, and reduce gas. It is mildly tranquilizing, and has been taken historically to help calm, soothe and sedate. Chamomile is one of the oldest herbs and medicinal plants. It was first used by the Ancient Egyptians before becoming popular in Europe and Britain. This type of flower is also referred to as…

Cinnamon is also called Gui Zhi in eastern medicine. It is found to be one of the oldest known used herbs in traditional herbal treatments. It has been noted in Chinese herbal texts that are over four thousand years old. Archeologists have found remains of Cinnamon in burial sites that date as early as 2700 B.C. It was considered more valuable than gold by early European spice traders that brought it back from the Far East. Cinnamon spice is…

Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) or otherwise known as German Chamomile, Chamomilla recutita or chamomile is an annual plant that grows in many areas in Europe and also in Asia. It can also be found in North America and also in Australia. The Chamomile flowers are the main part of the Chamomile that is used for many herbal therapies. The Chamomile plant grows up to 15 to 60 cm in length and has long and narrow leaves. The Chamomile dry flowers…

…[[Stress]] reliever and was one of the more popular treatments used to combat radiation sickness during the Chernobyl accident in Russia. Also, it is now recognized as an effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease, [[ADHD]], chronic fatigue syndrome, sore throat, common colds, diabetes, and influenza and is used support for chemotherapy. Studies have also revealed that there are active substances in the Eleuthero root which makes it an effective…

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is a delicate, low growing herb that is known to grow in swampy locations throughout India, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, South Africa, as well as the tropics. It has fan shaped foliage that are approximately the size of 1 cent piece, which is how it received its more common names of Marsh Penny, Indian Pennywort and Water Pennywort. Gotu Kola has been religiously used throughout the centuries as a folk medicinal treatment…

Red Chinese Ginseng Root is the most familiar of the ginsengs and among the most widely researched herbs. Ginseng or jen shen is called "man root" in China, because of the way its limb-like branches suggest arms and legs of a human. The scientific name is Panax ginseng (panax means panacea). "Red" refers to an Asian process the herb undergoes before it is exported. (White Panax ginseng is steamed and dried.) The Chinese value ginseng root because…

The Red Jujube or Ziziphus zizyphus is also referred to as Red Date or Chinese Date. As the alternative name implies, it is derived from the sweet Date fruit. Red Jujube has become increasingly popular in the market as a dietary supplement and as a natural cure for various illnesses. The use and domestication of Red Jujube has been recorded in as early as 9000 B.C. This fruit tree is known to grow all throughout Asia, Lebanon, Iran, Pakistan,…

This native perennial herb can be found growing naturally in China, Mongolia and other Eastern Asian countries. It has long been used for natural treatments and has found its way into official and traditional medicine. Historically it has been used mainly in Japan, China, Russia, Korea, and Mongolia where skullcap can be found growing naturally. In the wild areas it flourishes with minimal interaction from outside influencers via seeds and takes…

Ginkgo Biloba, also known as the Maidenhair tree, Buddha’s Fingernails, Flying Moth Leaf and Duck-foot, is a large deciduous tree. The Ginkgo tree has a large trunk with gray colored bark that has a very cracked appearance. The leaves are green with subtle hints of yellow and are fan shaped. When the tree is very old the branches take on a crown shape. Ginkgo trees produce flowers as well as fruit. Male flowers have five to six elongated…

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