For more than 2000 years, Chinese skullcap (Huang qin in Chinese) has remained one of the most important medicinal plants in traditional Chinese herbal medicine.
In traditional Chinese medicine Chinese skullcap is used to treat dysentery, the common cold, irritability, diarrhea, infections accompanied by fever, urinary tract infections, gout, jaundice, nosebleed, vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain and redness of the eyes and face.
This herb is often combined with other medicinal herbs to combat high cholesterol and triglycerides, high blood pressure, allergic diseases and inflammatory skin diseases.
Chinese skullcap also has shown aspirin-like anti-inflammatory qualities.
According to Stephen Buhner (author of the book "Healing Lyme") Chinese Skullcap is an extremely useful herb for the entire Lyme group of stealth pathogens. It is strongly antiviral and moderately antibacterial, is a synergist, and powerfully moderates the cytokine disturbances caused by intracellular infections. Chinese Skullcap is used for Bartonella's influence on the central nervous system, and an active Mycoplasma infection.
1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon 3x daily. In acute conditions amount can be doubled.
Ingredients: Chinese Skullcap Root (Scutellaria baicalensis), grain alcohol, distilled water
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