Also indexed as:Bupleurum chinense, Bupleurum falcatum, Chai Hu, Hare's Ear, Saiko, Thorowax
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Chai Hu, Hare's Ear, Saiko, Thorowax
Bupleurum chinense, Bupleurum falcatum
Bupleurum and sho-saiko-to taken as a tea can upset the stomach, an effect that tends to be lessened by taking them with food or in capsules. Bupleurum and sho-saiko-to are not recommended during pregnancy and breast-feeding.
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