Bupleurum Root Powder

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Bupleurum is a perennial herb in the parsley family also known as hare's ear and Chai Hu. Powdered Bupleurum is usually encapsulated as a supplement.

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approximate cups to one pound4
active compundsessential oil, glycosides, quercetin, fatty acids, triterpenoid saponins, flavonoids, oleic acid, narcissin, saikosaponins, palmitic acid, bupleurumol
plant part usedroot
why buy Bupleurum root powder?Bupleurum root powder is nutrient dense

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storage tipsStore in a sealed container in a dark, cool place.
appearance & aromaTan to golden brown in color, without noticeable aroma.


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culinaryBupleurum powder is usually encapsulated as a dietary supplement.
safetyDo not use during pregnancy or while nursing. People with auto-immune disorders should consult a physician before using this herb.

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bupleurum root powder

Bupleurum root powder tastes bitter.

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bupleurum root powder

Bupleurum root has been used in Asia for thousands of years in the traditional healing systems of China and Japan. It is a component in the herbal formula sho saiko to, which consists of nine herbs total, including licorice, ginseng and ginger.

As a dietary supplement, Bupleurum is a good source of fatty acids and trace minerals, such as calcium and potassium. The root also contains rutin, a plant flavonoid composed of quercetin and rutinose that is commonly found in multi-vitamin formulas.

Safety: Do not use Bupleurum if you have liver yang rising, eye diseases (i.e., conjunctivitis) or headaches (i.e., migraines). Bupleurum can cause vomiting if taken in large doses.

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please be advised: 
Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor,
especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.