Tumeric Root

Botanical & Other Names: Jiang Huang, Curcuma Longa, Rhizoma Curcumae Longae
Tonic Energy & Flavor: Acrid, bitter, aromatic, warm
Meridian Affinity: Stomach, liver, spleen
 

Tumeric contains Glutamate, a chemical known for improving memory and learning capacity. According to studies, men and women with higher levels of Glutamate experienced more alertness throughout the day. When combined with Bupleurum, Fo-Ti, Chrysanthemum and Milk Thistle, Tumeric Root can accelerate the liver and kidney detoxification damaged by over masturbation.

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