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LATIN NAME: Sargentodoxa Cuneata
CHINESE NAME: Da Xue Teng
DISTRIBUTION AREA: northern Laos, northern Vietnam and Chinese province Shaanxi
BOTANICAL INFORMATION: Sargentodoxa cuneata is a species of the Lardizabalaceae family. This dioecious curly shrub reaches 10 m in height. Leaves are falling, divided into three parts, located on long petioles. Flowers are collected in inflorescences of yellow color. The fruit is ovate, consists of almost spherical berries with one seed in each. The habitat is northern Laos, northern Vietnam and the Chinese province of Shaanxi.
SMELL AND TASTE: light smell, slightly astringent taste.
SPECIAL WARNINGS: there have not been reported any adverse reactions or negative drug interactions, but there is a warning to be watchful when taking it during pregnancy. Consult a specialist before using any herbal supplement.
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