Astragalus root (Radix astragali) has a history of use for a variety of health conditions. [LINK TO 10 BENEFITS OF ASTRAGALUS ARTICLE] One of the most popular and traditional ways it’s been used is as an...
USAConfirmed: 36,190,896Active: 5,771,597Recovered: 29,787,937Death: 631,362
RussiaConfirmed: 6,379,904Active: 517,183Recovered: 5,700,212Death: 162,509
FranceConfirmed: 6,207,416Active: 374,075Recovered: 5,721,295Death: 112,046
SpainConfirmed: 4,566,571Active: 710,684Recovered: 3,773,956Death: 81,931
ItalyConfirmed: 4,377,188Active: 101,046Recovered: 4,147,979Death: 128,163
GermanyConfirmed: 3,788,014Active: 34,563Recovered: 3,661,200Death: 92,251
MexicoConfirmed: 2,901,094Active: 388,120Recovered: 2,270,427Death: 242,547
ChileConfirmed: 1,620,389Active: 8,341Recovered: 1,576,242Death: 35,806
AustraliaConfirmed: 35,390Active: 3,996Recovered: 30,462Death: 932
New ZealandConfirmed: 2,880Active: 30Recovered: 2,824Death: 26
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Radix astragalus is a root that has wide-ranging uses ranging from nourishing the blood, spleen, and lungs to promoting metabolism and regulating the immune system. It is known for boosting energy and “leader of tonics.” Radix...
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