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Rehmannia / Rehmannia glutinosa / Sheng di huang / Chinese Foxglove

Rehmannia General Information
Native to China, Japan, and Korea, Rehmannia is a perennial herb with reddish-violet flowers. Rehmannia contains Vitamins A, B, C, D, amino acids, cerebroside, dammelittoside, melittoside, rehmaglitin, and other substances that have antiinflammatory and antifungal properties.

Rehmannia Uses & Scientific Evidence For
In Oriental medicine, the root is used to replenish vitality, strengthen the liver, kidney, and heart, and for treatment of a variety of ailments like diabetes, constipation, anemia, urinary tract problems, dizziness, and regulation of menstrual flow. In China, this herb is often recommended for insomnia, restlessness, night sweats, chronic fever, and hot flashes.

Rehmannia Dosage Information
It is important to read product label directions before use.


Rehmannia Safety & Interaction Information
There are no known adverse reactions or drug interactions associated with Rehmannia; however, mild side effects such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, dizziness, or palpitations might occur with initial usage, therefore, people with digestive problems, especially those with a tendency to develop gas or bloating, should use Chinese Foxglove carefully.