Botanical Name: Bai Zhu – Atractylodes Macrocephalae, A. Ovata. Cang Zhu – A. chinensis.

Atractylodes has long been used in Oriental medicine for its ability to build energy and improve digestion. Western studies have confirmed among its many attributes the herb’s anticancer, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. This is an excellent herb for treating bloating, diarrhea, edema, and phlegmy coughs.

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