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ANGELICA SINENSIS

Common names:

Angelica, Angelica sinensis, Dong Quai.

 

Traditional uses of Angelica sinensis :

Angelica sinensis has the following properties:

  • antibacterial to Ehrlichia (Anaplasmosis)
  • stimulating blood circulation
  • analgesics, including joint pain
  • relieving neuralgia
  • strengthening the immune system – it increases the production of red and white blood cells·       raises the CD4 titer and modulates the CD4 / CD8 index
  • stabilizes women’s hormonal balance
  • normalizing the work of the liver, spleen and heart. Buhner recommends Angelica sinensis in its protocol extended with Lyme disease to reduce Borrelia neurotoxins and co-infection with Ehrlichia (Anaplasmosis).

 

Contraindications:

Angelica sinensis cannot be used by pregnant women and during lactation. Angelica sinensis cannot be used with blood thinning medications.

 

You can buy Angelica sinensis here