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Dipsacus Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
 
General Name
Dipsacus
 
English Name
Dipsacus
 
Botanical Name
Dipsacus Asperoides
 
Hindi Name
Phulee
 
Dipsacus Cures
 
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Action of Dipsacus
 
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Nutrients in Dipsacus
 
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Origin
 
Grown In
 
Common Names
 
Dipsacus
Combines With
 
Taste of
Dipsacus
Bitter, Acrid, Sweet
 
Parts Used
Root
 
Side Effects of Dipsacus
Excessive use may cause toxicity.
Description
Dipsacus is a flowering plant.
It is biennial.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 1.8 M.
Best used for Liver and Kidney Problems.

In TCM :
Dipsacus Root : Xu Duan
 
 

Materia Medica for Dipsacus

Single Herb

Dipsacus for Uterine Bleeding
Use fried herb to treat bleeding in the Uterine.
Dipsacus for Internal Injury
Use wine fried root to treat Traumatic Injury and to reconnect Sinews and Bones.
Dipsacus for Liver Disorders
Use raw or cooked root of the herb to tonify the liver.
If using the root as raw then prepare a juice and take it twice a day else use cooked root, twice a day.