Botanical & Other Names: Bupleurum Chinense, Chai Hu, Thorowas, Saiko
Affinity Meridian: Gallbaldder, Liver, Pericardium

Bupleurum is known for its ability to reduce and replenish liver exhaustion and digestive disturbances. Bupleurum serves as part of an herbal formula that was designed to clear stagnation in the body, reliving spasms, lumps, and irregular menstrual bleeding.
Chinese herbalists often recommend Bupleurum to help treat a weakened liver, and together with Milk Thistle, can improve the functioning of the organ. Men who suffer from fatigue or premature ejaculation problems caused by over masturbation can benefit from Bupleurum. By improving liver function, the body can see a restoration of natural hormones and nutrients essential to preventing an ejaculation and eliminating fatigue.

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