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[Processed] Wild Aconite Root (Zhi Cao Wu)

Origin: Southwest China



Aconite Root is believed to have a variety of therapeutic effects, particularly on the digestive system. Aconite Root is often used to treat digestive problems such as nausea, bloating, and poor appetite, and is also sometimes used to boost the immune system and improve energy levels.



  • Digestive health: Supports digestive health and treats digestive problems such as bloating, gas, and poor appetite. The herb is believed to have a tonifying effect on the digestive system and can help to improve digestion and absorption of nutrients.


  • Immune system support: immune-modulating effects and may help to boost the body's natural defenses against infection and disease. The herb is often used to support the immune system and promote overall health and well-being.


  • Anti-inflammatory activity:  anti-inflammatory properties can help to reduce inflammation in the body. The herb may be beneficial for treating conditions that are characterized by chronic inflammation, such as rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease.



Slightly bitter and earthy taste, with a hint of sweetness. The flavor of the herb is generally considered to be mild, and it is often combined with other herbs to balance its flavor and enhance its therapeutic effects.


Important to Note

  • Should not be used raw or unprocessed, as it contains toxic alkaloids that can cause serious harm or death


  • Should only be used under the guidance of a qualified healthcare provider who has experience in using this substance.


  • Should not be used by people with certain medical conditions, including heart disease, liver disease, or low blood pressure, as it can worsen these conditions.


  • Should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, as it can cause harm to the developing fetus or infant.


  • Can interact with certain medications, including blood pressure medications and heart medications, and should not be used by people taking these medications without first consulting a healthcare provider.


Wild Aconite Root (Zhi Cao Wu)

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