CANAVADA Rehmannia glutinosa

Rehmannia glutinosa, also known as Dimui, mountain smoke, native land, milk seed, mountain cabbage, etc., is the dried root of the Scrophulariaceae plant Rehmannia glutinosa. It is mainly produced in Henan, Hebei, Shandong, Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia and other places in China. Fresh rehmannia root is earthy yellow, similar in shape and color to ginger. Fresh rehmannia glutinosa is dried and steamed to become cooked rehmannia glutinosa. Rehmannia glutinosa is sweet in taste and slightly warm in nature, enters the liver and kidney meridian, can nourish blood and yin, replenish essence and marrow, and is suitable for a wider range of people. High-quality Rehmannia glutinosa has the characteristics of being as black as paint, as sweet as sugar, with a shiny surface, high viscosity, and a soft and tough texture.

Main functions:
1. Nourishing and replenishing blood: suitable for symptoms such as dizziness, palpitations, chlorosis of skin, insomnia, irregular menstruation, etc.
2. Improve the deficiency of essence and blood.
3. Anti-aging and physical fitness: suitable for preventing and treating various elderly diseases, coronary heart disease, diabetes and arteriosclerosis.
4. Treat liver and kidney yin deficiency.

1. Do not use copper or iron utensils when cooking rehmannia glutinosa.
2. Avoid radish, Sanbai, various blood, etc. when taking Rehmannia glutinosa.
3. In typhoid fever, the pathogens enter from outside, so it is better to evacuate and not to cook Rehmannia glutinosa.
4. Anyone with cough due to yin deficiency, internal heat and bone steaming, or vomiting blood, weak spleen and stomach, loose stools, loose stools at dawn, postpartum diarrhea, inability to eat after delivery, or inability to eat after a long illness, should not use (cooked) Rehmannia glutinosa.