Latin name - Angelica sinensis. Also known as Dang Gui. Herbal tinctures are made by extracting the herbal constituents of a plant in a mixture of water and alcohol.
Avoid During Pregnancy
Herbs taken in theraputic dosages should be checked for safety and use during pregnancy and breast feeding in consultation with a qualified herbal practitioner. This herb should not be used internally during pregnancy unless prescribed by a qualified medical herbalist trained in the appropriate use of these substances.
Contraindicated with pregnancy. Avoid with acute infections and heavy medication.
How to Use:
Response to dosage is highly individual, however, a standard dosage is 1ml to 5ml diluted in water three times a day. An information leaflet will be sent with your order but for further queries, please consult a herbalist or our Customer Services department on 01747 834 634.
Cautions: Do not use during pregnancy without the consent of a physician. Do not take Chinese Angelica if you are seeking to become pregnant. Although rare, some women notice abdominal bloating, diarrhoea or a change in the timing of their periods and/or the rate of menstrual flow.
This is a vegan product.