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March 1, 2004 | Elena Conis
The medicinal components of dong quai, a relative of celery, are concentrated in its carrot-like roots. For centuries, the dried or fresh root has been included in traditional Chinese tonics, especially ones used to treat women. Uses: Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine use dong quai to purify the blood, to treat conditions such as high blood pressure and rheumatism, and to help heal broken bones.
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March 1, 2004 | Elena Conis
The medicinal components of dong quai, a relative of celery, are concentrated in its carrot-like roots. For centuries, the dried or fresh root has been included in traditional Chinese tonics, especially ones used to treat women. Uses: Practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine use dong quai to purify the blood, to treat conditions such as high blood pressure and rheumatism, and to help heal broken bones.
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