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…impactions and cleansing the bowels for improved health by removing toxic buildups from the intestines. It contains anthraquinones which are the substance that cause the purgative effect. When taken in small doses, it acts as a cleansing tonic for the digestive system and when taken in larger doses it acts as a mild laxative. It has also been found to improve blood flow and removing toxins from the blood stream. Treating many common blood related…

…The term ‘Wei Ling Xian’ means powerful panacea in Chinese and was first recorded in the book “Tang Materia Medica’ written by Jing Su during the Tang Dynasty. Typically, Wei Ling Xian is collected during the autumn, by removing it from the ground and drying it out under direct sunlight. Wei Ling Xian is used in China to not only treat a variety of rheumatic diseases but also to alleviate any associated pain. The Chinese also have a very unique…

…sold in many herbal stores in various parts of the world. A lot of people are claiming that there are many more things that the plant can do, but are still yet to be subjected to clinical tests and studies. Skullcap Root removes excess heat from the body, whilst simultaneously moisturizing dryness. It also encourages the production of bodily fluids, as well as detoxifying the body too. The Skullcap Root is now being sold as a dry herb in many…

…garden too. It is said that the Turkey Rhubarb root extract can also be used for incense. The root needs to be harvested in the early spring after 4 to 6 years of growth. The Turkey Rhubarb Root needs to be fully dried to remove excess moisture, which can cause fungus or attract other parasites. The Turkey Rhubarb Root extract has been in use for at least the past four millennia. It originated in the northwestern areas of Tibet and China, where…

…and Chinese medicine relates this herb to [[Ginseng]]. It is a tall plant that grows up to 2 meters tall with smaller branches coming off it. Licorice root is harvested twice a year, in spring and fall, when the roots are removed from the rootlet and allowed to dry in the sun. Traditional preparation frequently utilizes honey to enhance flavor and add sweetness. Many herbs are treasured in several cultures and the Licorice root is certainly one…

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