He Shou Wu is a very famous kind of medicinal herb which is found in China. The Chinese have known the effects and the goodness of this herb since long time ago. It is widely used for hair loss and premature graying. He Shou Wu and polygonum multiflorum is also very well known in the western world as a famous and important Chinese herb which has been used since ancient times for immortality. It is a historical legend among the Chinese and they are known by everyone. The benefits of the He Shou Wu are many. However, there are some He shou wu contraindications too.
He shou wu contraindications include rare gastrointestinal disturbances. Soft stool is another side effect of this herb but moderate doses of Polygonum multiflorum will not result in such side effects. The side effects can be corrected by mixing with herbs which remove the dampness of urinary path, like Atractylodes and Poria. The He shou wu herb is a legendary medicine and the origin of the medicine and the name has many stories. The story of the black haired Mr. He is the most popular among the stories narrated. There are many stories that have gained popularity in ages that include the graying of hair being stopped and also that the graying of hair being reversed by the use of this medicine.
These herbal medicines have also helped to restore the vitality among the people and also the sexual.
Some He Shou Wu contraindications
The effective benefits include different treatments like hair loss, graying of hair, premature graying and baldness in men and female pattern baldness in women. These are common issues people faces each and every day and He Shou Wu is a very effective treatment for the above stated all medical conditions among the people, no matter if they are young or old. All these issues of the hair are very much related to the kidney jing. Adverse reactions of long-term use of He Shou Wu contraindications include jaundice, dark urine, vomiting, nausea, weakness, fatigue, stomach pain, loss of appetite and abdominal pain. Therefore, people suffering from liver diseases or other ailments should take He shou wu only under the guidance of a healthcare provider.