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Acanthopanacis gracilistyliradicis

Name: Acanthopanax
Biological Name: Acanthopanacis gracilistyliradicis

Other Names: acanthopanax, wu jia pi
Parts Used: Root bark

Therapeutic Uses:

Antirheumatic, diuretic, circulatory stimulant

This herb is closely related to Siberian ginseng and is believed to be very useful for the circulation of blood and qi. It also relieves fluid stagnation. Thus, it is useful for the elderly and for underdeveloped or slow-to-develop children. It is effective for chronic rheumatic and arthritic conditions caused by cold, wind, and dampness and for weakness of the bones and sinews.

Dosage: 3-12 grams

Preparation: Soak 30 grams of the herb in a 1/2 quart of strong spirits, such as vodka or gin. Take a teaspoon 3 times daily.

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