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Codonopsis 1:2
Codonopsis pilosula

Serving Type: Oral Liquid

Available In Sizes: 500mL

This product is part of the BioCeuticals Herbal Extracts, a range recommended for practitioners qualified in herbal medicine. The BioCeuticals Herbal Extracts are designed for extemporaneous compounding and dispensing for an individual patient following a consultation.

Product Information

Latin name: Codonopsis pilosula

Common names: dang shen, bellflower, bonnet bellflower, bastard ginseng, poor man’s ginseng, radix codonopsis

Family: Campanulaceae (bellflower)

Part used: root, organic

Background:
Codonopsis is a perennial climbing plant, native to Asia where it grows prolifically in forests, meadows and scrubs. It has distinctive, creamy coloured, bell-shaped flowers, hence its common name.[1]

Codonopsis roots have been used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for over 2,000 years and is thought to have similar properties to ginseng, hence its common names ‘poor man’s ginseng’ and ‘bastard ginseng’.[1]

Codonopsis is applied in TCM for whole body rejuvenation as it is thought to invigorate the spleen and replenish qi.[1]

Product features:

  • Organic ingredients
  • Vegan friendly
Each 1mL contains herbal extract equiv. to dry:
Codonopsis pilosula (codonopsis) root 500mg

Solvents: 50% organic cane ethanol, 50% mountain spring water.

INFORMATION FOR DISPENSING:
Recommended dose: 30-60mL per week.
Shake well before dispensing.

INDICATIONS:
For practitioner compounding and dispensing only.

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not use if seal on cap is broken.
  • Store below 25°C away from direct sunlight.

For further education and research, refer to the BioCeuticals Codonopsis Monograph.

 

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