Japanese Knotweed

$8.32

  • Scientific Name: Fallopia japonica (formerly known as Reynoutria japonica)
  • Origin: Native to East Asia, including Japan, China, and Korea.
  • Priced Per Ounce. 
  • Health Benefits:
    • Japanese knotweed contains resveratrol, a compound with antioxidant properties that may help protect against cardiovascular disease and inflammation.
    • Traditional use in Chinese and Japanese medicine includes treating various ailments such as infections, gastrointestinal issues, and respiratory conditions.
    • Some studies suggest it may have potential anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.
    • Used topically for its astringent properties in treating skin conditions like acne and wounds.
  • How to Prepare it Medicinally:
    • Tea: Steep dried Japanese knotweed root or leaves in hot water for 10-15 minutes. Drink as desired.
  • Precautions/Contraindications:
    • Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid Japanese knotweed due to insufficient safety data.
    • Individuals with hormone-sensitive conditions, such as breast or prostate cancer, should use Japanese knotweed cautiously due to its potential estrogenic effects.
    • Consult with a healthcare professional before using Japanese knotweed, especially if pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking other medications.
  • Disclaimer:
    • The information provided is for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using Japanese knotweed or any herbal remedy. Herbal supplements may interact with medications or have adverse effects in certain individuals. Always purchase herbal products from reputable sources and follow dosage instructions carefully. The use of herbal supplements should be done under the supervision of a healthcare professional, especially in cases of pre-existing medical conditions or when taking other medications.
Japanese Knotweed, 1oz
Japanese Knotweed, 1oz

Description

  • Scientific Name: Fallopia japonica (formerly known as Reynoutria japonica)
  • Origin: Native to East Asia, including Japan, China, and Korea.
  • Priced Per Ounce. 
  • Health Benefits:
    • Japanese knotweed contains resveratrol, a compound with antioxidant properties that may help protect against cardiovascular disease and inflammation.
    • Traditional use in Chinese and Japanese medicine includes treating various ailments such as infections, gastrointestinal issues, and respiratory conditions.
    • Some studies suggest it may have potential anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.
    • Used topically for its astringent properties in treating skin conditions like acne and wounds.
  • How to Prepare it Medicinally:
    • Tea: Steep dried Japanese knotweed root or leaves in hot water for 10-15 minutes. Drink as desired.
  • Precautions/Contraindications:
    • Pregnant or breastfeeding women should avoid Japanese knotweed due to insufficient safety data.
    • Individuals with hormone-sensitive conditions, such as breast or prostate cancer, should use Japanese knotweed cautiously due to its potential estrogenic effects.
    • Consult with a healthcare professional before using Japanese knotweed, especially if pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking other medications.
  • Disclaimer:
    • The information provided is for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. Consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using Japanese knotweed or any herbal remedy. Herbal supplements may interact with medications or have adverse effects in certain individuals. Always purchase herbal products from reputable sources and follow dosage instructions carefully. The use of herbal supplements should be done under the supervision of a healthcare professional, especially in cases of pre-existing medical conditions or when taking other medications.
Japanese Knotweed, 1oz
Japanese Knotweed, 1oz

 

Additional information

Weight .028 kg
Dimensions .33 × 13.97 × 20.32 cm

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