Definitions for "Dong quai"
Dong quai is a Chinese herb derived from the root of Angelica sinensis or Angelica plymorpha maxim. A staple of eastern medicinal practice for thousands of years, dong quai has been used in the treatment of female disorders such as menstrual cramps, premenstrual syndrome, and to relieve symptoms associated with menopause. See: Dong quai
A favorite Chinese her b for women, is derived from the root of Chinese angelica. It is used primarly in formulas for its anti-spasmodic and related menstrual functions. Don Quai should not be taken during pregnancy.
An aromatic herb that grows in China, Korea, and Japan. The reputation of Don quai is second only to Ginseng and is considered the ultimate, all-purpose woman's tonic herb. It is used for almost every gynecological complaint from regulating the menstrual cycle to treating menopausal symptoms caused by hormonal changes. Dong quai is frequently used by the Chinese as a strengthening treatment for the heart, spleen, liver and kidneys. Both men and women use the herb as a general blood tonic.
this root is a traditional Asian remedy for a variety of problems related to intestinal and urinary tract disorders; its beneficial effects include increased stimulation and circulative benefits.
As A Treatment"...The dried roots have coumarins, flavonoids, and essential oils as active constituents..."