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Dendrobium Nobile Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Dendrobium Nobile
Glycemic Index / Load
Dendrobium Nobile
Botanical Name
Dendrobium Nobile
Chinese Name
Shi Hu

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Dendrobium Nobile Cures


Action of Dendrobium Nobile

Nutrients in Dendrobium Nobile

Dendrobium Nobile
Combines With

Taste of
Dendrobium Nobile

Nature of
Dendrobium Nobile


Parts Used

Stem Bark, Tubers

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Dendrobium Nobile

Avoid its use during early symptoms of Fever and Phlegm accumulation.
Avoid in case of Loose Stools due to Spleen Deficiency.
Excess intake may cause Seizures.
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Dendrobium Nobile is a plant.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 1.2 M.
Best used for Eye Diseases.

In TCM :
Dendrobium Nobile Stem : Shi Hu
Meridians associated : Kidney and Stomach.

Following are the related species and considered under the same name Shi Hu:
Dendrobium Loddigesii
Dendrobium Fimbriatum
Dendrobium Candidum
Dendrobium Chrysanthum
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Materia Medica for Dendrobium Nobile

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27 Aug 2016
Can all dendrobium species be eaten? Is dendrobium noblie the only orchid stem that can be eaten?

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