原色 当归头 S（8 oz/包）
Angelica Root /Dang Gui (8 oz)
size 14-16pcs/8 oz
Radix Angelica Sinensis, the dried root of Angelica sinensis (Danggui aka tang kuei), is a herb used in Chinese medicine to enrich blood, promote blood circulation and modulate the immune system. It is also used to treat chronic constipation of the elderly and debilitated as well as menstrual disorders. Research has demonstrated that Danggui and its active ingredients, as anti-arthrosclerotic, anti-hypertensive, antioxidant anti-inflammatory agents which would limit platelet aggregation, are effective in reducing the size of cerebral infarction and improving neurological deficit scores. Danggui may be useful in treating the cerebral infarction type of stroke. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3174116/
From the manufacturer:
The taste is sweet, pungent, and bitter; It is warm in nature and effect. This product is the dried root of Angelica, a plant of the Umbelliferae family. It has been used to cure irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, abdominal pain, agglomeration [menstrual clots], uterine bleeding; blood deficiency, headache, dizziness, paralysis; intestinal dryness, difficult stool, red dysentery, heavy dysentery; carbuncles, and fall injury [bruises]. It enters the Liver, Heart, and Spleen meridians.
Indications: Replenishing blood and promoting blood circulation, regulating menstruation and relieving pain, moistening the intestines, and laxative. It is used for blood deficiency and chlorosis, dizziness, palpitations, irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, deficiency, and cold abdominal pain, dry intestinal constipation, rheumatic arthralgia, bruising, and carbuncle sore. The tail of Angelica Sinensis has the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, and is used for blood stasis block, lack of menstruation, amenorrhea, abdominal pain during menstruation, injury caused by falls, stagnation of meridians, carbuncle, and sore.
Dosage: Oral administration: decoction, 6~12g; or into pills or powder; or soak in wine; or compress ointment.
Cautions: Be cautious for those who are “full of damp resistance” [have edema and swelling or diarreha] and loose stools
- Achyranthes Angelica Honey Cream
50 grams of Achyranthes, 500 grams of Cistanche, 50 grams of Angelica, honey.
Add water to soak the Achyranthes root, Cistanche, and Angelica in a proper amount of water, then heat and cook a decoction. Take the decoction once every 20 minutes, add water and decoct for a total of 3 times, combine the decoctions, and then decoct it over a low fire to concentrate it into a thick paste.
Add the honey until it boils and stop cooking. Bottle it for later use. Efficacy: It is warming and laxative. This soup may be useful to help ease low back pain, poor circulation, and arthritis that feels worse from cold weather and raw foods.
- Ginseng, Angelica with Kidney
1 pig kidney, 15 grams each of ginseng, and Angelica Sinensis.
First, wash the ginseng and angelica, put it in a gauze bag, tie the bag tightly, put it in a casserole, add an appropriate amount of water, and soak for 2 hours. Cut the pig kidney, remove the white fascia and glands. Clean it, soak it in salty water for 30 minutes. Put it in a casserole and heat it to stew. Bring the herbal liquid to a boil over fire, then simmer for 30-40 minutes.
Remove the pig kidneys and cut them into thin slices after cooling. Add the appropriate amount of soy sauce, vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, minced garlic, and other seasonings. Eat the kidney and drink the soup.
Efficacy: It is used to nourish the kidney and nourish qi, nourish blood and calm the nerves. It is used to treat weak kidney qi, lack of qi and blood, impotence, spermatorrhea, backaches and knees, dizziness, pale complexion, palpitations, shortness of breath, insomnia, spontaneous sweating, fatigue.
- Angelica, Daylily with Pork Soup
15 grams of angelica, 15 grams of day lily root, 150 grams of lean pork.
Add salt, vegetable oil, and optional MSG. Wash the pork and shred it; wash the daylily root; wash the angelica pieces, put it into a gauze bag, and tie the bag tightly. Put the pork, day lily root, and angelica medicine bag into the pot together, add water, first boil over a fire, then simmer for about 30 minutes. Add vegetable oil, salt, and other spices as appropriate. After the meat is cooked, stop the fire, remove the medicine bag, and add a little MSG. Eat it as a snack, drink the soup, eat meat and vegetables.
Efficacy: To replenish qi and blood, and raise the pulse. Indications: This soup can be used for body weakness, dizziness and relieving vertigo, fatigue, amenorrhea, and threatened miscarriage caused by the deficiency of qi and blood.
- Angelica pheasant [or chicken or turkey] soup
15 grams of angelica, 250 grams of pheasant, 15 grams of Rehmannia Glutinosa, 12 grams of Ligustrum lucidum, cooking wine, refined salt, monosodium glutamate, ginger, pepper, and chicken broth.
First, wash the chicken, blanch it in boiling water, remove the washed blood, and chop it into pieces. Then wash the angelica, Rehmannia, and Ligustrum lucidum, put them into a gauze bag, and tie them. Add chicken broth to the pot, add chicken, medicine, cooking wine, refined salt, monosodium glutamate, ginger slices, and pepper. Let it boil, simmer until the meat is cooked, remove the medicine bag and ginger slices, and put it in the soup bowl, and serve.
Efficacy: The soup can nourish the blood, strengthen muscles and bones, regulate menstruation and promote blood circulation.
Indications: For uterine bleeding caused by the deficiency of kidney yin in women. For surgical diseases such as bruises, eating this soup has an adjuvant therapeutic effect.