Common Use: The root has earned a reputation as the "ultimate herb" for women. It is used to restore balance to a woman hormones and cycles and is helpful in restoring menstrual regularity and for conditions of the reproductive system. It is not recommended during pregnancy, for women with excessive menstrual flow or for people taking blood thinning agent. A traditional Chinese herbal Extract for the symptoms of PMS. In Asia, dong quai's reputation is perhaps second only to ginseng. Predominantly regarded as a 'female' remedy, dong quai has been used in such conditions as painful menstruation, and for menopausal symptoms. Scientific investigation has shown dong quai produces a balancing effect on estrogen activity and a tonic effect on the uterus, normalising uterine contractions.
1.Curing heart-throb, megrim and injuries from falls and also enriching the blood. 2.Providing energy, vitality, and resistance to disease. 3.Treating anemia, boils, headaches, venous problems, low immunity, and problems of peripheral blood flow. 4.Regulating female hormones, in the treatment of most menstrual and menopausal problems and in pregnancy and delivery. 5.A blood tonic, promoting its production and circulation. 6.Preventing spasms, relaxing vessels, and reducing blood clotting in peripheral vessels.
1. To enrich the blood and invigorate the circulation of blood. 2. To fight against oxidation and scavenge free radicals. 3. To supplement Vitamin E. 4. To reduce the excitability of myocardium and to treat the auricular fibrilation. 5. To lower blood pressure and blood fat and to protect the pathological changes of main artery as well as to treat atherosclerosis.
Storage Situation Stored in a cool and dry well-closed container, keep away from moisture and strong light / heat. Shelf Life two years under well Storage situation and stored away from direct sun light.