Astragalus has a long history of use particularly in traditional Chinese medicine. It grows in grassy regions and on mountainsides that require plenty of sunlight. When grown for cultivation, the plants are traditionally harvested after a few years, with the roots collected in spring or fall. The medicinal roots are dried in the sun and then sliced for distribution. The slices are yellow in color and have a sweet, moistening taste with a firm, fibrous texture.
The root has been used in traditional medicine for centuries as a restorative tonic. It is considered a sweet, warming herb with effects on many organs. It is used either alone or with other herbs to help with aging, improve energy, and stimulate the immune system during conditions such as the common cold, blood disorders, and experimentally for cancer and HIV/AIDS. It is also used as an adaptogen, which is meant to increase general resistance to stress and disease, and normalize disturbances in your body’s ability to balance itself.
- Supports healthy immune system
- Supports healthy liver and vascular system
- May help to lower blood sugar
- Increase the metabolic rate of the body
- Could help increase white blood cell count to stimulate growth of antibodies
- May enhance traditional chemotherapy treatments in cancer patients
- Prevent fatty plaque deposits in arteries to allow blood to flow freely
- Treat chronic nephritis and various stages of renal failure
Take one capsule once or twice daily.
Organic Astragalus Extract with 340 mg in each capsule. The extract contains flavonoids, polysaccharides, saponins, amino acids, polysaccharides, and trace elements. The capsules contains no artificial color, flavor or sweetener, no preservatives, no sugar, no starch, no milk, no lactose, no gluten, no wheat, no yeast, no fish. Sodium free.
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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