CHINESE ROOTS TO TREAT INFERTILITY, TO CALM MENSTRUAL CRAMPS, AND REDUCE HOT FLASHES FREQUENCY
500 grams Dong Quai roots (Angelica sinensis) sliced into 1mm thick slices - Whole Roots
In chinese medecine Angelica sinensis is used to treat infertility, calm menstrual cramps, and reduce menopause hot flashes frequency.
For infertility, Dong Quai can help to:
- Boost male fertility as ferulic acid, an antioxidant found in dong quai, has been shown to improve sperm quality
- Enhance female fertility: an antifungal diet and an herb like dong quai are the first steps to take in case of infertility problem before seeking help of expensive fertility specialists and undergo painful procedures
For menstruating women, Dong Quai can help:
- PMT (Pre-menstrual tension, or pre-menstrual syndrome)
- Amenorrhoea (lack of menstrual flow)
- Dysmenorrhoea (painful menstruation)
- Anaemia (blood iron deficiency)
For menopause, Dong Quai can improve:
- Hot flushes (flashes)
- Blurred vision
- Menopause cramps
- Nerve debility (panic attacks, general nervousness)
Some men also apply dong quai to the skin of the penis as part of a multi-ingredient preparation for treating premature ejaculation.
This multi-ingredient cream preparation containing Panax ginseng root, dong quai, cistanches deserticola, zanthoxyl species, torlidis seed, clove flower, asiasari root, cinnamon bark, and toad venom (SS Cream) must be applied to the glans penis 1 hour before sex and washed off immediately before sex.
Dong quai can cause skin to become extra-sensitive to the sun. This might put you at greater risk for skin cancer, so wear sun block outside, especially if you are light-skinned.
Taking dong quai in large amounts for a long period of time might be unsafe as for any medicine or herb.
Taking dong quai by mouth during pregnancy is possibly unsafe for the baby.
Dong quai can slow blood clotting. It might increase the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop taking dong quai at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
Interactions with medications, Herbs, and supplements that slow blood clotting (Anticoagulant / Antiplatelet drugs) are possible.
In Southeast Asia, other Angelica species are sometimes substituted for dong quai (Angelica sinensis). Most often these include Angelica acutiloba, which is predominantly found in Japan, and Angelica gigas, which is mainly found in Korea. Although these three species are similar, the chemicals they contain are different, so do not think that these species as interchangeable.
Other names of Angelica sinensis herb: Angelica China, Angelica Polymorpha var. Sinensis, Angelicae Gigantis Radix, Chinese Angelica, Dang Gui, Danggui, Danguia, Don Quai, Ferulic Acid, Kinesisk Kvan, Ligustilides, Radix Angelicae Gigantis, Radix Angelicae Sinensis, Tang Kuei, Tan Kue Bai Zhi, Tanggwi, Toki.
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