Mu Xiang is acrid, bitter, warm.
Mu Xiang influences Spleen, Stomach, Large Intestine, San Jiao, Gallbladder.
- Promotes Qi movement and alleviates discomfort.
- Strengthens the Spleen and assists digestion.
Take 0.5 g each time, 1 to 3 times per day, or as instructed by a herbal practitioner.
Dissolve in hot water or mix into yogurt.
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