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Chinese Name: Fang Feng
English Name: Ledebouriella Root
Latin Name: Radix Ledebouriellae Divaricatae
Functional Group: Herbs That Tonify Qi
Group: Warm Spicy Herbs that Release the Exterior

Fang Feng , also known as Ledebouriella Root and Radix Ledebouriellae Divaricatae, is warm, pungent and sweet. It acts on liver, spleen, and baldder channels.

WHY IT'S USED: Fang Feng (Ledebouriella Root ) is common herbal that reduce fever and inhibits pain because it has antibiotoc and antiviralactions. In chinese traditional medicine words, Fang Feng expels wind, releases the exterior, disperses dampness, calms pain and calms spasms. It has been used for treatment of command cold, headache, stiff neck , back pain due to wind chill, and migraine headaches. Also Fang Feng is common used with other herbs to stop damp type of joint and muscle pain and spasms and tight limbs associated with wind.

Herbal Medicinal Uses and Indications:
Blurry vision and headache due to common cold
Stiff neck and pain back
Wind cold and damp type of joint and muscle pain
Spastic and tight limbs
Tetanus


COMMENTS AND CAUTIONS:
Fang Feng has no toxin and is particularly effective against all kinds of illness due to pathogenic wind, hence the Chinese name meaning "prevent wind". It is not suitable person who has blood deficient or yin deficient with heat and headache.. Dosage: 3.0 to 9.0 grams




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