Shu Di Huang


Shu Di Huang written in Chinese

Pinyin Name: Shu Di Huang

English Name: Radix Rehmanniae

Other Names: Rehmannia, Shu Di

Tastes: Sweet, Bitter

Origin: Henan and Zhejiang provinces in China

Health Conditions Treated with Shu Di Huang: Dark Circles, Diabetes, Glaucoma, Migraine, Osteoporosis, Psoriasis, Thyroid, Tinnitus

Benefits of Shu Di Huang:

Shu Di Huang is native to china. It can be used in many conditions such as night sweats, dizziness, ear ringing, skin problems. It is commonly found in herbal formulas used in Chinese medicine.

Side Effects: Side effects can occur in some people after taking Shu Di Huang. It may include nausea, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, allergies, fatigue.

Common TCM Herbal Formulas with Shu Di Huang:

Da Bu Yin Wan, Jiao Ai Tang, Liu Wei Di Huang Wan, Qi Bao Mei Ran Dan, Si Wu Tang.

Common Herbs Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine

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