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

Repertory
General Name
Siegesbeckia
English Name
Siegesbeckia, St Paul's Wort
Botanical Name
Siegesbeckia Orientalis, Siegesbeckia Brachiata
Hindi Name
Lechkuri, Liskura, Lichakura
Chinese Name
Xi Xian Cao

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Siegesbeckia Cures

 

Action of Siegesbeckia

Nutrients in Siegesbeckia

Taste of
Siegesbeckia

Nature of
Siegesbeckia

Cold

Parts Used

Whole plant and juice of leaves

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Siegesbeckia

It should not be used by patients who have been diagnosed with deficient spleen, stomach and blood syndromes.
Avoid use during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.
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Description

Siegesbeckia is a plant.
It is perennial.
It grows in a hot climate.
It grows up to 50 Cm.
Best used for Liver and Heart Problems.

In TCM :
Siegesbeckia : Xi Xian
Meridians associated : Liver and Kidney.

Siegesbeckia Pubescens and Siegesbeckia Glabrescens are the related species.
 
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Materia Medica for Siegesbeckia

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Queries on Siegesbeckia
Elena ( España )
28 May 2016
Quer?a saber si es cierto que combinada con la Leonorus sibiriscus puede destapar las trompas de falopio, por favor.
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Lil
06 Mar 2018
Yo tambien quiero saver.
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Sarah Colley Jones ( United States? NC )
14 Nov 2016
I am wondering about topical applications for Siegesbeckia Orientalis. A cosmetic company considers this to be their active ingredient in a line of products for sensitive, reddened skin; but, I am not finding information on this elsewhere. Can you comment on the effectiveness, as used topically??
Thank you!
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Kierti Shah
15 Nov 2016
Yes, the herb can be used to cure scars and cuts. It is widely used in many topical stretch marks products for its effectiveness in healing this form of scarring.
So, yes the herb is used in many cosmetic products.
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Diane ( USA/AZ )
06 Dec 2016
There is a beauty product that claims it will lift the eyelid and decrease the fold on the eyelid due to this herb being one of the ingredients. Can this be true?
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Herbpathy
12 Dec 2016
We do not have any idea regarding a herb to uplift the eyelid. However, there are many anti aging herbs that we may recommend you. It is advised that you do not take the risk, if you are not sure about the product.
 
This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
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Kanag (USA/India)
07 Aug 2019
I have read the same, and trying to find more literature. A company has filed a patent for it, describing the mechanism of action. You can search online.
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Doreen ( England )
15 Nov 2017
what are the benefits of sigesbeckia what is it derive fromand what are the side effects known if any?

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R.h.budd ( UK )
04 May 2018
I had a splenectomy about 63 years ago . Does this mean I should not take sigesbeckia
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Mandy Barnard ( W. A. )
14 Sep 2018
Is St. Paul’s wort available in a tablet , powder or liquid form and if so , where from? Thanks!
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