Hyperlipidemia according to Chinese Medicine

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In Chinese Medicine hyperlipidemia can be treated by four herbs that we have on record. Here is the list below.

The four Chinese Medicinal herbs most likely to help treat hyperlipidemia

Why might Ginkgo Leaf (Yin Xing Ye) help with hyperlipidemia?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat hyperlipidemia as can be seen on Ginkgo Leaf's page.

Ginkgo Leaves is a Neutral herb that tastes Bitter and Sweet. It targets the Heart and the Lung.

Its main actions are: Assists the Lung Qi, eases dyspnea and stops coughing. Activates Blood circulation and eliminates Blood stasis. Eases pains.

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Why might Water Plantain (Ze Xie) help with hyperlipidemia?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat hyperlipidemia as can be seen on Water Plantain's page.

Water Plantain is a Cold herb that tastes Sweet. It targets the Bladder and the Kidney.

Its main actions are: Causes urination and removes Damp-Heat

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Why might Hawthorn Berry (Shan Zha) help with hyperlipidemia?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat hyperlipidemia as can be seen on Hawthorn Berry's page.

Hawthorn Berries is a Warm herb that tastes Sour and Sweet. It targets the Spleen, the Stomach, the Heart and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Improves digestion and reduces Food Stagnation. Invigorates the Blood and breaks Stasis. Treats hypertension and heart disease. Reduce body fat

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Why might Fleeceflower Root (He Shou Wu) help with hyperlipidemia?

Because it is a herb specifically indicated to treat hyperlipidemia as can be seen on Fleeceflower Root's page.

Fleeceflower Roots is a Warm herb that tastes Bitter and Sweet. It targets the Heart, the Kidney and the Liver.

Its main actions are: Nourishes the Liver, Kidneys and Essence. Tonifies the Blood. Moistens the Intestines. The raw form of this herb is used for Fire and toxicity.

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