Organic Dried Wild Conic Gymnadenia Rhizome Conopsear Broyn Roots Tibetan Herb 50g

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Type: Herb
Origin: China
Description: Tibetan medicine, as one of the oldest medical traditions in the world, has been evolving for nearly 3,000 years.Tibetan medicines are rich in its resources and types. According to statistics shows, China has nearly 3000 types of Tibetan medicines. There are some well-known Tibetan_medicine,_such as red-spotted_stonecrop,_Chinese_caterpillar_fungus_and_conic_gymnadenia_tuber.
 
 
Gymnadnia Conopsear Broyn, also named as rhizome of conic gymnadenia. The reason why it gets the name is that it just looks like a human’s palm. In Chinese, its name is “Shou Zhang Shen”, which means a palm-looking ginseng. It is one of the most popular energy boosters which originates in ancient Tibet medicine. In Asia it is common in areas to the north of the Himalayas. It lives in some hillside forests, grassland, mountain meadows, pastures, grassland and fens, where the altitude can reach 265 m to 4700 m altitude. So it is very valuable.
 
 
Gymnadnia conopsear broyn could treat many problems, from fatigue and stress to asthma. It is well-known to have energy boosting properties. Tibetan people believe that it can bring long life, strength, and wisdom. Besides,it can help the body better cope with mental or physical stress. You can see the curative effect while_you_continue_to_take_it. The root is most often available in dried form, either whole or sliced. It was often combined with other herbs, such as Chinese angelica, astragalus. Besides, it can boost the immune system, which might help the body fight off infection and disease. It has the health functions of invigorating kidney, benefiting life essence and nourishing blood.
 
 
Gymnadnia conopsear broyn as a traditional Chinese medicine ,is a very rare medication in Tibet area. It is good for frequent urination, spermatorrhea, traumatic injury, chronic hepatitis, chronic diarrhea, cough with asthma caused by lung-deficiency, neurasthenia, leucorrhea, hemorrhage, oligogalactia, lassitude in loin and legs , thinness caused by consumptive disease, kidney deficiency. The benefit of travelling to Tibet goes far beyond the spiritual plane, it can actually be medicinal. Discover new, enriching trips with in-depth, authentic Tibetan experiences with Dragon Tea House.
 
 
How to use: Decoct 9~15 g, or pounded into powder, or soaked in wine.

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