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The powerful root is considered one of the most important herbal tonics in the Chinese medical fraternity and has been used in different herbal mixtures to treat multiple diseases, including heart, liver and kidney ailments, viral infections, cancer and immune disorders.

It is especially revered for its ability to strengthen the immune system, the metabolic, respiratory and eliminative functions, firstly in the east and now in the west, where research conducted on it since the early seventies began to confirm its ability to stimulate the immune system and fight viruses and bacteria and subdue inflammation.

Key Uses & Benefits of Astragalus Root and Herbs

Immune system booster
Cardiovascular disease
Persistent respiratory or systemic infections
Fatigue or lack of appetite especially associated with chemotherapy

Clinical Applications of Astragalus

Strengthen Immune System:
Astragalus's primary function is as an immune stimulator supporting and enhancing the body's own defense system while controlling autoimmune issues. Astragalus stimulates the production of T cell, Natural Killer (NK) cell, macrophages, immunoglobulin, interferon all important function that the body uses to fight viruses.

Colds and Flu:
It is also effective against bacteria and viruses and is therefore helpful in treating flu's, colds, and various infections. Astragalus is most effective when taken at the first signs of a cold or flu.  

Astragalus is a strong anti-oxidant, many more times more potent than even vitamin E. This is provided principally by its flavonoids and saponins and to a lesser extent its polysaccharides compounds.

Cardiovascular Support:

An 82.6% EKG improvement was reported in a sturdy of 92 patients with ischemic heart disease.

Extreme fatigue, especially due to chemotherapy:
Studies have shown that Astragalus is helpful in reinvigorating the strength of cancer patients and possibly even help in their recovery. Instrumental to this function is its involvement in protecting white blood cells from destruction radiation.

Research has shown Astragalus to have significant blood-building capabilities.

How Astragalus Works
The constituents of the root include: polysaccharides, flavonoids, Triterpene gylcosides and amino acids. The polysaccharides provide a powerful antioxidant effect, fighting the cellular damage caused by free radicals.

Astragalus root increase the number of stem cells in lymph tissue and bone marrow, and encourages their development into active immune cells. It is also known to stimulate the body’s natural production of interferon and immunoglobulin. It stimulates white blood cell (macrophage) activity, T cell, NK cell and promotes adrenal cortical function.

Over all Astragalus appears to provide the support components to help normalize body defense functions. And while it has not shown anti-tumoral activity, it actively stimulates those components which are most instrumental in the body's own fight against cancer.

Astragalus Side Effects & Safety
Astragalus has no know side effects and is considered safe even for long-term use, however if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should consult with your physician before taking any medication, including herbs. Doses as high as 100 grams per kg of body weight have been given to mice with no adverse effects.

Precautions for Astragalus
Astralagus has a mild anticoagulant effect caution advised for patients on blood-thinning medications. Also caution is advised for those with organ transplants due to its ability to boost immune activity.

Recommended Dosage of Astragalus Herb & Root
Because herbs also contain active chemical substances which can and will interact with others, no herb or drug should be taken without first consulting with one's physician.

Also known as Hare's Ear, it too is one of the most important herbs used in Chinese herbalism. Its' Chinese name, chai hu, means "kindling of the barbarians". Traditionally used as a tonic, strengthening the action of the digestive tract, improving liver function, and helping to push blood to the surface of the body. Recent research in China has confirmed that bupleurum protects the liver.

The part of this plant used medicinally is the root, which is dug up in Spring or Autumn, dried in the sun, and then cut into short pieces. Bupleurum is not a tonic herb, but it is useful in the tonic system because of its ability to relieve liver tension and digestive disturbances, and because its actions are detoxifying and anti-microbial. It can be used to relieve spasms, muscle tension, lumps, and bleeding due to menstrual irregularity.

Key Uses & Benefits of Chinese Thorowax
Mild sedative
Antipyretic (reduces fever)

Clinical Applications of Chinese Thorowax
It can be used for treating the common cold that is accompanied by alternating symptoms of chills and fever.

It is also effective for women with menstrual problems associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Liver cleansing
Bupleurum has a unique reputation for deep cleansing the liver. In the modern world, the liver has become an overburdened organ, having to continually eliminate impurities and waste matter from the system that a hundred years ago would not have been the case. An important organ in the body, it needs all the help it can get.

How Chinese Thorowax Works
Bupleurum contains constituents known as saikosaoninss which appear to account for much of the medicinal activity of the plant. Test tube studies have shown that in combination with other ingredients, it can increase the production of various chemicals (known as cytokines) which immune cells use to signal one another. Like studies have also found that saikosaponins can inhibit growth of liver cancer cells, and are anti-inflammatory. Research has revealed that the saikosides are potent medicines.They appear to protect the liver from toxicity and strengthen liver function, even in people suffering from immune system disorders.

Precautions for Chinese Thorowax
Because herbs also contain active chemical substances which can and will interact with others, no herb or drug should be taken without first consulting with one's physician. 

Also known as Bastard Ginseng or Dangshen, the root of this herb is used to treat a variety of ailments.

Key Uses & Benefits of Radix Codonopsis Pilosula
HIV infections
Protection against the side effects of radiation treatment in cancer patients
Brain disorders
Loss of appetite

How Radix Codonopsis Pilosula Works
This herb seems to stimulate the central nervous system while at the same time promoting weight gain and blood circulation, increasing endurance as well as red and white blood cell counts.

Precautions for Radix Codonopsis Pilosula
Because herbs also contain active chemical substances which can and will interact with others, no herb or drug should be taken without first consulting with one's physician.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of codonopsis during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Radix Polygonum Multiflorum is famously known as the "longevity herb" in the orient for its purported reputation to return the aged back to a state of youthfulness and grey hair to black. Also known as Fo Ti, it is believed to be a powerful marriage enhancer, increasing sperm production in men and fertility in women. Polygonum is used in almost all tonics that are believed in the Orient to nurture the hair and teeth.

Key Uses & Benefits of Radix Polygonum Multiflorum
Aids kidney functions
Aids liver functions
Cleans the blood
Fortifies muscles, tendons and bones
Prevents hair from greying
Prevents premature aging
Increases sperm production in men
Increases fertility in women

How Radix Polygonum Multiflorum Works
Radix Polygonum Multiflorum’s reputation as an anti-aging, longevity herb has led to it being put through the rigors of various scientific studies to determine the nature of this activity. Results from these studies show that various laboratory animals fed a Polygonum Multiflorum enriched diet lived longer than other animals fed a normal diet.

Furthermore, research has demonstrated that this herb can dramaticly increase superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity. SOD is a powerful natural antioxidant and free radical scavenger that has been demonstrated to have powerful anti-aging benefits in humans. Polygonum Multiflorum also inhibits b -monoamine oxidase (b -MAO). Both of these factors contribute to the anti-aging effects of this herb.

Polygonum Multiflorum has been demonstrated to help strengthen the membranes of erythrocytes (red blood cells) and to promote the growth and development of erythrocytes. Polygonum Multiflorum has been found to induce the production in human beings of g-interferon.

Precautions for Radix Polygonum Multiflorum
Because herbs also contain active chemical substances which can and will interact with others, no herb or drug should be taken without first consulting with one's physician.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of codonopsis during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

Commonly known as green tea in the west or oolong in the east, the leaves are used to prepare a healthy tea.

Key Uses & Benefits of Folium Camelia Sinensis
Helps treat asthma(Functioning as a bronchodilator)
Antibacterial properties
Fights bacteria responsible for bad breath
Angina pectoris
Clears the head and eyes
Calms thirst
Promotes digestion
Neutralizes toxins

Sucrose sugar or brown sugar was not too long ago considered a luxury because of its expense. Now it can be found in most stores the world over in many different forms and products, including health products. Its used in food and drink products as a sweetener and in health products as a quick source of energy.

Glycine max is known the world over as soy bean and is part of the pea family. It is highly valued for its high protein content and is staple food in Asian countries, where it is consumed as soy sauce, tempeh and tofu.

Key Uses & Benefits of Glycine Max
Reducing menopausal symptoms
Aiding weight loss
Helps arthritis sufferers
Increases brain functioning
Enhances exercise performance
Source of protein
Dietary soy may decrease the risk of breast cancer in women and prostate cancer in men, as well as other types of cancers.(Limited supported evidence)

How Glycine Max Works
Soy contains high quantities of protein, isoflavones, and fiber. These are all thought to provide health benefits. Soy is an excellent source of dietary protein, including all essential amino acids. Soy is also a source of lecithin or phospholipid. Soy isoflavones and lecithin have been studied scientifically for numerous health conditions. Isoflavones such as genistein are believed to have estrogen-like effects in the body, and as a result are sometimes called "phytoestrogens."

Or plainly put, “rice”. A cereal grain, it is often directly associated with prosperity and fertility, which is where the custom of throwing rice at weddings comes from. This powerful little grain comes in many different colours, including white, brown, black, purple, and red and is the staple food for many people groups, especially in Asia, which is not surprising since it is widely known that China is the origin of the first domesticated rice plantations. 
Key Uses & Benefits of Rice
Source of carbohydrates. Source of energy. Source of fiber. Source of amino acids essential for building and maintaining muscle tissue, and make up antibodies, enzymes and hormones. These amino acids also help maintain healthy skin, hair, eyesight, and nourish the heart, lungs, tendons and ligaments, brain, nervous system and glands.

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