Dong Quai Root (Angelica sinensis)
$13.15 – $29.15
Dang gui is native to China and Japan (A. sinensis) and Japan (A. acutiloba). The best rhizomes are said to be from Gansu Province in China.
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Dang gui is native to China and Japan (A. sinensis) and Japan (A. acutiloba). The best rhizomes are said to be from Gansu Province in China. Chinese medicine uses nine angelica species. Collectively, they are known as dang gui (as it is usually written in Chinese medical texts), but Angelica sinensis is preferred.
The use of angelica in China dates to at least 400 BCE, and is still commonly used today.
- blood tonic
- circulatory stimulant
- promotes menstrual flow
- regulates uterine contractions
- strengthens liver function
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Cut and Sifted 1 lb, Cut and Sifted 4 oz, Powder 1 lb, Powder 4 oz