Stemonae Radix, also known as Bai Bu in Chinese, is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb used in TCM. Here is information about its TCM uses, research, and contraindications:

TCM Uses:
1. Relieves Cough: Stemonae Radix is commonly used in TCM to alleviate coughs and respiratory conditions, particularly those accompanied by thick phlegm or excessive sputum.

2. Expels Parasites: This herb is also believed to have anthelmintic properties and is used to expel intestinal parasites, such as pinworms or roundworms.

Stemonae Radix has been studied for its pharmacological properties and potential therapeutic applications. Research suggests that it exhibits antitussive and expectorant effects, which support its traditional use for cough relief. Some studies have also explored its possible antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, and antitumor properties.

Like with any herbal remedy, it is important to exercise caution and consult a qualified TCM practitioner before using Stemonae Radix. Contraindications for its use may include hypersensitivity or allergies to the herb. Additionally, pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their healthcare provider before using this or any other herbal medicine.

Dosage 2 tsin
Granules 1ml Spoon
Ground Raw Herb 2ml Spoon
Whole Herb 6gm