Prunella refers to the Chinese herb xiakucao (literally: weed that withers in summer); its purple-flowered spikes turn reddish brown during the summer when they are collected. The herb material is obtained from the plant Prunella vulgaris, which grows across much of the temperate zone of the northern hemisphere.
Potencia tu energía con la rhodiola rosea de Adaptorien
Potencia tu energía con la rhodiola rosea de Adaptorien #Farmacia
Featured heirloom January 12-15: Cherokee rose hips. You’ll find these interesting rose hips growing along a fence on Salt Street across from the Levering Garden. An Asian species, it was introduced to America by 1780. Rose hips are the seed pods of roses, and like rose petals, the hips are edible. From the same family as apple, the taste is somewhat tart like the crabapple and high in vitamin C. Rose hips have a tradition of medicinal use and are also used for jellies, seasoning, and tea.
Dang-gui (Angelica sinensis - Tang-kuei, Dong-quai) Biennial angelica from the Chinese tradition, yielding the roots that are used as a tonifier of the female system. Give rich, cool, moist soils of shade garden or woodland.
The Prunella Vulgaris Herb and Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Sophora japonica is native to central and northern China and Korea, and though known commonly as "Japanese pagoda tree", it is actually not indigenous to Japan. Rutin has "vitamin P-like" properties, and the flower buds been the object of much research in the treatment of conditions characterized by increased capillary permeability and fragility.