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In Chinese Medicine alopecia areata can be treated by two herbs that we have on record. Here is the list below.
Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat alopecia areata as can be seen on Psoralea Fruit's page.
Its main actions are: Tonifies the Kidney and Spleen Yang and rises Kidney Qi. Prevent Essence leakage and holds urines.
Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat alopecia areata as can be seen on Drynaria Rhizome's page.
Its main actions are: Tonifies Kidney Yang, the Governor Vessel, Qi and Blood. Supplies Essence and supports growth. Strengthens the sinews and bones as well as clears Cold and Dampness. Treats infertility and impotence.