This powerful root grows in Asia is well know for it’s amazing health benefits for both men and women.
Tang Kuei regulates women’s periods, acts as a good sedative, and it works wonders for menopause. Plus it also helps with all the female reproductive organs by toning the organs and building the blood since many women are also anemic. Tang Kuei root is well known for nourishing all organs of the body, and it’s great for the skin and has been used for skin wounds and abrasions.
Tang Kuei contains B and E vitamins and complex sugars giving it a sweet taste… and Tang Kuei also helps the body utilize vitamin E. Tang Kuei eaten raw relaxes the uterus, and if boiled in water it promotes contractions of the uterus and increases blood flow to the reproductive organs.
Tan Kuei relaxes the heart, lowers blood pressure, and at the same time slows the heart rate. It also lowers blood sugar… and works as a great antibiotic too.
It detoxes the body and purifies the blood and makes a great tonic tea taken once or twice a day. There is a well know Chinese herbal formula called “Shou Wu Chih” that contains Tang Kuei and this formula will pick up your energy… and at the same time help you sleep.
Tang Kuei can be boiled with red dates (Jujube dates) making it even sweeter and this tea is wonderful for anyone recovering from disease… and Tang Kuei can also be added to chicken soup making chicken soup even more healing.
Tang Kuei can also be boiled with Astragalus Root and this combination increases circulation and warms the body… wonderful for anyone having cold hands and feet or feels cold all the time.
It also helps with stress, anxiety, and muscles spasms.
You can order Tan Kuei on-line or you can buy it at your local Asian food market.
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