Hovenia dulcis (Raisin Tree) Fruit Tea 80g

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Hovenia dulcis (Raisin Tree) Fruit Tea 80g

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❡ Hovenia dulcis (Raisin Tree) Fruit Tea 80g

Good for Hangover, The Liver, Alcoholic hepatitis, Liver recovery

Hovenia dulcis(Raisin Tree), Hovenia dulcis (Raisin Tree) Fruit,
Arrow Root, Goji berries, Puerariae Flower

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Benefits of Arrowroot

Arrowroot is a very popularly used herb, which is often confused with another herb known as arrowhead. This herb is known by many different names in the different parts of the world. Some of these names are arrowroot cookie, bamboo tuber, obedience plant, East Indian arrowroot, St. Vincent arrowroot, and reed arrowroot.Arrowroot is actually not a specific plant. Any plant that belongs to the genus Maranta is usually known as arrowroot. However, in the more common usage, the term arrowroot is usually used to describe the starch that is most easily digested. This starch is produced in the rhizomes of the plant. There are many other plants that produce a similar starch; however, it is the uses of arrowroot starch that the world is most familiar with.

Queensland arrowroot, Florida arrowroot, and Brazilian arrowroot are some of the other arrowroot plants that produce a starch similar to that produced by the Maranta arundinacea, which is known as the true arrowroot and which is the real source of all the benefits of arrowroot starch. The name arrowroot has been literally derived from the popular ancient Indian use of the herb as an antidote to the poisoned-tipped arrows that were used to kill in battle. In the Caribbean, arrowroot plant is a dietary staple, and thus, the name may also have originated from the phrase aru-aru, which means meal of meals.

Uses of arrowrootpowder.Arrowroot is used in the basic form of a starchy powder. This powder is dried from a liquid that is milky in color. The liquid is extracted from the rhizome of the Maranta arundinacea, or the true arrowroot. When you grate the rhizome, the liquid begins to collect, which is then sun dried because it is high in starch content. This powder is used for a variety of things, especially for the treatment of digestive distress. The starch from the root is used as food for those who have very poor digestion. People who are just recovering from a long ailment are also given arrowroot starch as an easily digestible food.

Just like slippery elm, the uses of arrowroot include both soothing and nourishment. Whereas it can be used as a staple diet, it can also be used to treat diarrhea and ease abdominal pain, especially in those who suffer from chronic ailments like irritable bowel syndrome. Although it is largely used to relive indigestion, in some areas of the world, the starch is made into a poultice that is then used to treat rhizomes and may also be used on a variety of ulcers and festering wounds. In the African continent, arrowroot is used both as a source of nourishment and a treatment for sunburn.

Arrowroot powder benefits.For long, arrowroot’s benefits have been centered on the remedy for diarrhea. There have been many studies performed on the possible remedies of arrowroot for digestive discomforts and distress. On the one hand, the high starch in arrowroot powder has a laxative effect and is often used as a mild laxative for those suffering from irritable bowel syndrome;however, there are also many others who claim that arrowroot’s starch makes it an effective remedy for diarrhea. It is possible that the demulcent effects of the arrowroot powder may soothe the bowels in patients of irritable bowel syndrome. It is from here that the common use of arrowroot as a remedy for diarrhea has emerged.In a lot of gastrointestinal ailments, arrowroot powder is consumed orally to improve the symptoms. Due to the high starch content, the calories in arrowroot powder are also high. Therefore, this is not the ideal staple for you if you have been trying to reduce weight.

Apart from its popular use in digestive ailments, there are cultures where arrowroot is made into a poultice and applied on the areas of the body where the skin is painful and irritated. If you have inflamed mucous membranes, arrowroot starch solution may be used to soothe the irritation. There are many other uses of arrowroot. However, most of these uses are centered around the possible effects on the digestive system and the soothing of irritated skin. Although the uses of arrowroot include nutrition, it is not usually considered a common ingredient in the kitchen. Among the other uses of arrowroot are poison antidote, gangrene treatment, inflammation, weight gain, and insect bite treatment.

Arrowroot continues to remain one of the most used home remedies in the world. Although there are no specific harmful effects that have yet been identified, it is recommended that before using arrowroot yourself, it is best to get a prescribed dosage for it. The common dosage is 5 ml of arrowroot powder to be taken three times a day. This dosage is only for adults. For children, there are no studies and no standard dosages. Since arrowroot powder is also offered by pharmaceutical companies, it is best to consult a doctor or read the dosage instructions on the arrowroot supplement labels.Medical professionals may offer many other complementary treatments along with self-medication with arrowroot. Thus, it is best to consult with a doctor and take their advice on any such treatments before medicating yourself only with arrowroot.

Since there is a lack of empirical data on the subject, it is possible that the effects of arrowroot may be subjective, and therefore, the benefits of arrowroot powder may not be what you think they will be. There are some people who may exhibit allergies to arrowroot powder. If there is hypersensitivity to arrowroot, or any known allergy to any members of the Marantaceae family, it is best to avoid consuming arrowroot. Although there is not much documented research on the side effects of arrowroot, it is believed that consistent consumption of arrowroot may not be advisable. Arrowroot is a gluten free starch and therefore, may be recommended as a substitute for wheat and other grains for patients of Crohn’s disease of gluten sensitivity. Constipation may be the most common known side effect of arrowroot. Women who are pregnant or are breastfeeding should stay away from arrowroot as well.

Hovenia dulcis is listed and documented in many ancient medical texts, such as the Compendium of Materia Medica and Materia Medica of Tang with the functions of detoxification of alcohol and drugs and beneficial results on recovering from liver diseases. According to clinical trials, Hovenia dulcis originating from Korea are twice as effect when compared to Hovenia dulcis sourced from other countries – making the extracted fruit sourced from South Korea to be the most beneficial and most effective.

The Health Benefits of Japanese Raisin Tree

Even before coffee and other types of medications to counter the hangover were discovered, the relief from hangover remained a big mystery in the Orient. Some people in the past were wondering why most of the people from the Orient don’t suffer from serious hangovers after taking tons of alcohol. This secret lies behind the Hovenia Dulcis or the Japanese raisin tree. So what are the health benefits that you can obtain from a Japanese raisin tree and how can it treat hangovers from too much drinking?

As of today, Japanese raisin is still unpopular. Despite the health benefits that it offers, only a few people know about its existence. Based on the research done by a lot of scientists, it helps reduce the timeframe of hangover on a drunken person. The natural chemical known as Ampelopsin or Dihydromyricetin (DHM) found in Hovenia Dulcis is the main reason. This compound is known to have antihepatotoxic properties, which is said to protect the liver from damage. It means that aside from reducing the hangover, it can also protect your liver from damage caused by alcohol. If you are always drinking alcohol, whether it is moderate or hard, Japanese raisin can significantly reduce the stress or damage caused by alcoholic drinks in your liver.

Though DHM is the main ingredient found in the Japanese raisin, it also contains a second chemical known as Quercetin. Based on preliminary research, it has antiviral and anti inflammation properties. It is also known as an effective bronchodilator that will help reduce the release of histamine in the body and all the other allergic chemicals on your body. It is also known as a good treatment for eczema and Fibromyalgia. It means that taking Hovenia Dulcis can also help relieve a lot of body ailments like eczema, asthma and more.

Since it has anti inflammatory effects, some people say that it can relieve high fever. It also shows success as an antispasmodic remedy for gastrointestinal problems. It also helps in the treatment for different kinds of digestive diseases and conditions. It calms the stomach intestines and the bladder, and it helps reduce swelling and flush out all the toxins from your body.

As you can see the Japanese raisin tree is more than just your typical raisin. It has been used as a Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, and the health benefits of this type of raisin was only found out recently. This factual information led to the development of different products with Japanese raisin ingredient. You can now find this type of raisin as whole fruit, extract, juice and supplements as well. You can now enjoy the benefits offered by this Japanese raisin without the need to go to the Orient.


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Country of origin Korea
Health Benefits hangover, liver cancer, liver cells, liver recovery
Ingredients Hovenia dulcis(Raisin Tree), Hovenia dulcis (Raisin Tree) Fruit, Arrow Root, Goji berries, Puerariae Flower
Directions Wash the herbs on running water, boil for 1 hour to 2 hours depends on ingredients.
Storage Temperature No
Product Package Loose leaf
Good herbal formulation No


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