|Other:||Chinese Foxglove, Di Huang|
In TCM the uncured root tonifies the yin, removes heat, and cools blood.
• adrenal insufficiency
• overactive immune responses
• allergic rhinitis
• autoimmune diseases
• rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
• kidney disease
• diabetic nephropathy
• Iridoid Glycosides (E.g. Jioglutioside, Catalpol)
• Phenolic Glycosides (E.g. Jionosides )
• Liquid extract (1:2): 1-4 ml tid
• Decoction (dried uncured root): 2-6g qd
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