What other names is Yin Chen known by?
Armoise à Balais, Armoise Capillaire, Artemisia capillaris, Artemisia Officinalis, Artemisia scoparia, Capillary Wormwood
, Ceinture de Saint-Jean, Chiu, Couronne de Saint-Jean, Herbe à Cent Goûts, In Chen, Inchin-Ko-To, Inchinko, Injin, Kawara-Yomogi, Kyunchinho, Rumput Roman, Shih Yin Ch'en, Yin Ch'en, Yin Ch'en Hao, Yin Chen Hao, Yin-Chen Wormwood.
What is Yin Chen?
Yin chen is an herb. The above ground parts are used to make medicine.
Insufficient Evidence to Rate Effectiveness for...
- Hepatitis, jaundice, gallstones, high cholesterol levels, increasing bile flow from the gallbladder, hepatitis C infections, fever and chills, bitter taste in the mouth, chest tightness, flank pain, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite, headache, constipation, painful urination, itching, tumors, joint pain, painful periods, malaria, or spasms.
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