The astragalus root hails from a type of bean or legume and is also called Huang qi – due to its place in traditional Chinese medicine. It is now universally used by herbal experts in wellness practices and is mainly concentrated in boosting the body’s immune system. Both the herb and the roots have been used in supplementation – which makes the root perfect for herbal remedy vendors.
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In common practice, herbal experts use the roots of the herb to treat respiratory ailments.
In addition to helping keep away the common cold, it is said the antioxidant properties inhibit free radical production in the body. Research shows while free radicals can not be wiped out, they can be slowed. Free radicals damage our cells and have been linked to many problems we face during ageing.
The astragalus root has been turned into supplements like:
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