Definitions

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  • n. Any of the genus Bupleurum of apiaceous plants.

Etymologies

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From the genus name.

Examples

  • Melica altissima, and umbels such as bupleurum, fennel, anthriscus, selinum, eryngium and astrantia can be cut and collected whole.

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  • Licorice slows the breakdown of natural cortisone by the liver and appears to enhance the effectiveness of bupleurum.

    Herbal Remedies For Arthritis And Other Maladies

  • In China ginseng, bupleurum and licorice are used for pain and inflammation.

    Herbal Remedies For Arthritis And Other Maladies

  • Ginseng and bupleurum help to reduce adrenal shrinkage.

    Herbal Remedies For Arthritis And Other Maladies

  • I had German make a tea with dandelion, Oregon grape root, milk thistle, the Chinese herbs bupleurum and baical scullcap, and the Ayurvedic herb bhumy amalaki, all of which are bitter.

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  • Thus, treatment of fibroids should always include draining the liver with herbs such as Oregon grape root, bupleurum, dandelion root, and others such as those found in formula number 13.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • It contains among other herbs the Chinese herb bupleurum that helps release stored toxins from the liver.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • FORMULA NUMBER 90: St. JohnswortKava Compound: St. Johnswort extract, kava kava extract bupleurum, moutan peony, atractylodes, dong quai, fu ling, lemon balm, licorice, cyperus, ginger; treats depression from liver heat.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • It contains bupleurum root, which relieves liver stagnation; dong quai root, which promotes blood circulation; atractylodes root, which assists digestion and tonifies qi; poria mushroom, which relieves edema; licorice root, which harmonizes; and Chinese mint, which is an antidepressant.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • (Silybum marianum), a powerful regenerator of the liver, blessed thistle, dandelion root, Oregon grape or barberry root, artichokes and artichoke leaf tea, boldo (Peumus bodus), yellow dock root (Rumex crispus), and Chinese bupleurum root.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

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