Huang Qin Extract (Chinese Skullcap Extract)
Huang Qin Extract (Chinese Skullcap Extract), 2 oz. bottle (2:1) (Taking Pre-orders Now! Available on or about March 16, 2020)
Huang Qin Provides Immune Support, Liver Support, Cleansing Support, Foundational Support
- Gluten Free
Huang Qin | Chinese Skullcap | Scute | Scutellaria | Baikal Skullcap Root | Scuttelaria bailcalensis | Radix Scutellariae
Our Huang Qin extract is the highest quality on the market. It is also super-concentrated to give you an incredible value for your money. At 2000 mg per ml we are giving you 8x more of the active ingredient than most of the other Huang Qin Extracts on the market. This allows you the flexibility to work with your practitioner to set the proper dosage for your needs, and those needing higher dosages will not have to consume so many drops of the formula to achieve the necessary levels.
This product has been prepared via Hydro-ethanolic extraction. It contain ethyl alcohol at 20% by volume for preservation and rapid absorption. (If desired, alcohol can be evaporated by placing extracts into hot water and steeping for about 5 minutes.)
Pharmacological effects of Huang Qin
The main chemical constituents of Chinese Skullcap Root are baicalein, baicalin, wogonin, wogonoside, neobaicalein, acetophenone, palmitic acid, oleic acid, proline, benzoic acid, radix scutellariae enzyme, and β-sitosterol.
These abundant bioactive flavonoid compounds are located in the roots of Scutellaria baicalensis. Of these antioxidant flavones, Baicalin and Wogonin have been researched the most thoroughly. This research has shown baicalin to strengthen the natural defenses of the body against pathogenic invaders by interrupting the actions of cell envelope proteins.
Other primary pharmacological effects of these flavonoids, include inflammation modulating, immune system support, neuroprotection, and protection against free radical damage.
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), Huang Qin (as well as Huang Lian and Hunag Bai) are commonly used to clear heat, sedate fire and dry dampness. Classic texts often describe Huang Qin to be most effective for Lung heat in the upper jiao.
WebMD provides information on other uses of Chinese Skullcap.
- If you have diabetes, DO NOT take Chinese skullcap without your doctor's supervision. Chinese skullcap may lower blood sugar levels, raising the risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
- Avoid Chinese skullcap if you have stomach or spleen problems.
- Chinese skullcap should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
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