Astragalus Root
Huang Qi
Herbal Tea Extract
1 kilogram

Astragalus Root<br> Huang Qi<br> Herbal Tea Extract<br> 1 kilogram
$170.00

Astragalus Root
Huang Qi

Pinyin Name: Huang Qi
English Name: Astragalus Root
Properties: sweet, slightly warm
Channels Entered: Lungs, Spleen

Tonify qi and raise yang, inability of qi to control blood circulation, organ prolapse, lung and spleen qi deficiency, qi and blood deficiency, qi deficiency with deficiency heat symptoms, benefit qi deficiency caused by chemotherapy and radiation treatment, sudden qi collapse due to heavy blood loss, tonify wei (defensive) qi, consolidate the exterior, promote the discharge of pus and generate flesh, regulate water circulation, reduce edema, support to relieve numbness and pain, benefit wasting and thirsting syndromes are some of the imbalances satisfied clients have used this product for.

Primary Traditional Functions
Tonifies Qi and Raises Yang

  • Spleen qi deficiency
  • Fatigue and tired extremities
  • Loose stools or diarrhea
  • Spleen yang deficiency

Inability of Qi to Control Blood Circulation

  • Qi and blood deficiency characterized by shortness of breath and pale face
  • Hematemesis, hematochezia and profuse menstrual bleeding

Prolapse of Organs

Lung and Spleen Qi Deficiencies

Qi and Blood Deficiencies

Qi Deficiency with Deficiency Heat Symptoms

Cancer with Qi Deficiency caused by Chemotherapy and Radiation Treatments

Sudden Qi Collapse due to Heavy Blood Loss

Tonifies Wei (Defensive) Qi, Consolidates the Exterior

  • Spontaneous perspiration because of exterior deficiency
  • Spontaneous perspiration with aversion to wind, weak pulse and frequent contraction of bacterial and viral infections
  • Profuse perspiration and extreme fatigue due to yang deficiency
  • Night sweating due to qi and yin deficiencies

Promotes the Discharge of Pus and Generates Flesh

  • Chronic non-ulcerating sores with pus
  • Chronic sores with underlying deficiency
  • Flat, chronic sores and non-healing ulcers
  • Qi deficiency lesions in children

Regulates Water Circulation, Reduces Edema

  • Edema, heavy sensations of the body, spontaneous perspiration
  • Aversion to wind because of accumulation of water
  • Superficial edema caused by yang deficiency
  • Chronic nephritis

Benefit Numbness and Pain

  • Skin and muscle numbness and pain caused by qi and blood deficiencies
  • Numbness and pain in the extremities due to deficiency at ying (nutritive) and wei (defense) levels and accumulation of wind and dampness
  • Post stroke complications

Benefits Xiao Ke (Wasting and Thirsting) Syndromes

  • Xiao ke syndrome without interior heat
  • Xiao ke syndrome with interior heat

Concentration: 10:1

Typical Usage of Concentrated Extract
1 to 2 grams per day or as directed by your wellness coach.

Cautions & Contraindications

  • The use of Huan Qi is contraindicated when pathogens are present at exterior levels of the body
  • It is contraindicated in cases characterized by an excess of qi, such as found in anger due to Liver qi stagnation
  • It is contraindicated in internal heat, excess fire or deficiency and cold of the lower jiao
  • It is contraindicated with sores and lesions caused by heat in the blood
  • It is contraindicated in cases of stagnation
  • Pregnant women in the third trimester should use Huang Qi with caution. It has a diuretic effect and long term use may decrease the quantity of amniotic fluid.

Each package contains 1 kilogram.

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