Angelica Sinensis is the scientific name of what is commonly called Dong Quai root or sometimes "female ginseng" and is a plant belonging to the family of Umbelliferae, the same family as carrots, parsley, and celery. This plant is also known as Chinese Angelica and has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 2000 years.
Historically Dong Quai has been used to treat female and male fertility issues, to balance estrogen levels (from low to high or high to low), as an excellent blood tonic, to prevent anemia, to help mensuration problems, to strengthen uterus, to improve uterine tone, to lower blood sugar, and combat stress and anxiety.
Our Spagyric Tinctures are made with Organic, Ecodynamic, or Wildharvested Biomass and Tinctured with Organic Cane and/or Honey Spirits as our Veg Mercury. Once the tincture is made, we add Spagyric Salt of Salt of the Vegetable Kingdom and digest until reactions have stopped.
We aim to begin using IDF Analysis to provide IDF data of the detected phytochemicals and uses of each of our items of Spagyric Pharmacopoeia. Purchases of this product help to fund this enormous research project.
Mark. The 9 benefits of dong quai almost no one is aware of. Body Ecology. Published February 14, 2008. https://bodyecology.com/articles/nine_benefits_of_dong_quai-php/
16 surprising benefits of dong quai. Organic Facts. Published June 10, 2015. Accessed April 30, 2022. https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/dong-quai.html
I’ve been using this tincture for one ovulation cycle and was pleasantly surprised by how smooth my cycle went.
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