Ligusticum (aka L. wallichii or L. striatum) is considered one of the 50 fundamental herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

It is a very popular herb in China and Korea, where it grows wild and has been cultivated for centuries. It is widely used to treat gynecological disorders

Here are four ways to use ligusticum:

  1. Ligusticum is highly effective for treating disorders due to blood clotting, including injuries and coronary and cerebral clotting.
  2. Ligusticum is commonly used to treat colds and flu, headaches, and neck and shoulder pain.
  3. Ligusticum is said that if it is taken for a long time it will “increase the firmness of the flesh, giving sprightliness and youth to the body.”
  4. Ligusticum is so good at improving circulation that it is considered an excellent liver-cleansing tonic.

Find out more about Ligusticum, an important culinary and medicinal herb.

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