Dang Gui (Tangkuei, Angelica Root, Dong Quai, Chinese Angelica); Angelica Sinensis; Radicis Angelicae Sinensis
Whole cuts of Dang Gui include the head, body, and tails. According to TCM, the head is a powerful blood tonic and the tails invigorate the blood. Chocked full of many nutrients, it is sweet, acrid, bitter, and warming. Dang Gui offers a pleasant taste to the palette.
Presently, Dang Gui is undergoing increased demand and the market price has risen. We continue to buy large hearty, fresh Dang Gui root with a very penetrating aroma.
Sweet, acrid, warm
Heart, Liver, Spleen
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