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Tripterygium wilfordii

Tripterygium wilfordii Dosage & Review

Tripterygium wilfordii Review Tripterygium wilfordii is an herb wherein its leaves and roots are used therapeutically. It serves to help rheumatoid arthritis by relieveing inflammation and by changing the way the immune system responds to the arthritis. Moreover, it is also used for the treatment of heavy menstrual flows, multiple sclerosis, fever, boils, swelling, systemic lupus erythematosus, HIV/AIDS, psoriasis, and Behcet's disease, a blood vessel disorder. Tripterygium wilfordii has also been used as a male contraceptive. On the other hand, Tripterygium wilfordii may be used outside the medical field by being an insecticide against maggots or larvae, and as rat and bird poison. It is also known as Thunder God Vine.
Tripterygium wilfordii
Also Known Thunder God Vine
Description Tripterygium wilfordii is an herb wherein its leaves and roots are used therapeutically. It serves to help rheumatoid arthritis by relieveing inflammation and by changing the way the immune system responds to the arthritis. Moreover, it is also used for the treatment of heavy menstrual flows, multiple sclerosis, fever, boils, swelling, systemic lupus erythematosus, HIV/AIDS, psoriasis, and Behcet's disease, a blood vessel disorder. Tripterygium wilfordii has also been used as a male contraceptive. On the other hand, Tripterygium wilfordii may be used outside the medical field by being an insecticide against maggots or larvae, and as rat and bird poison.
Typical Dose According to scientific research, Tripterygium wilfordii extract may be taken at 180-570mg per day for up to 20 weeks for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
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Benefits and Effectiveness

Tripterygium wilfordii Dosage

According to scientific research, Tripterygium wilfordii extract may be taken at 180-570mg per day for up to 20 weeks for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Side Effects

Tripterygium wilfordii may be associated with some side effects such as stomach upset, skin reactions, missed menstrual periods, vomiting, diarrhea, and kidney problems.

Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-12

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