Chinese Herbs

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Types of Famous China Herbs

Chinese herbs can be counted in their hundreds of millions. Every pharmacy in China is stacked with boxes inside which you can find the potions that make up traditional nutritional supplementation. Below are just a few of the most commonly known in the West:

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a short-stemmed succulent plant which belongs to Lily family. More than 200 biologically active elements are presented in aloe vera. They include minerals, polysaccharides, proteins and amino acids, biological stimulators and vitamins. The extracts of aloe vera are used to stimulate the immune system, decreases the allergy symptoms and respiratory infections. Taken as a nutritional supplement, Aloe vera juice is effective in enhancing digestive functions, restores the balance of the stomach acids. As a gel, it is effectively used in treating athlete’s foot, any forms of burns, bruises, muscular pains, varicose veins, herpes, eczema, pimples, diaper rash, wounds and cuts, hair loss, allergies, insect bites, furuncles, scleroderma, psoriasis and acne; it also acts as antifungal. But the major use of the aloe vera gel is in wounds healing therapies. Not just vitamins can do that: natural plants can behave like vitamins too.

Ginger

The plant is valued for its root, thick knotted underground stem of a beige color. Depending on the variety, the root can also be red or white. One of them, gingerol, responsible for the root’s distinctive flavor, is also the chemical that can prevent the growth of human colorectal cancer cells and also kill ovarian cancer cells. Ginger’s hot action also promotes a healthy sweating, being so useful during the colds and flues and providing general detoxification. Ginger’s anti-inflammatory action is a remedy for the people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis. Aside from being taken as a nutritional supplement and vitamin complement, one can find ginger as a component in a variety of food and herbal preparations, from ginger bread to ginger sticks and ginger ale, often even give to children to calm stomach disorders.

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2 Responses to Chinese Herbs

  1. Mackenzie P says:

    I’m starting a business selling home accents, gifts, tea, and chinese herbs, and I need to find a wholesale provider that sells in bulk. I’m looking for stuff from the East, Middle East, mainly Japan, India, China, and Persia for a fun “zen-like” store. Good shipping prices would be nice as well. =]
    And this is a store! Not eBay Stores, or anything like that.
    Please Help!

  2. Daniel says:

    Something you could put in a drink or a liquid that doesn’t taste bad, that when u drink it it’s like your falling asleep, and your body remains beautiful. Just curious, r there chinese herbs that could do it

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