Salvia refers to the root of Salvia miltiorrhiza, sometimes described as Chinese sage or red sage root. Salvia root (danshen), as employed in Chinese medicine, is different in nature from the other sage herbs, despite the botanical relationship.
Yijing offers much to organizational problem-solving and managerial decision-making; East Asians have a culturally inherited method of mental mapping, relating, and strategic planning, compatible with digital information technologies.
The best evidence for efficacy from adequately designed randomized controlled trials (RCTs) is available for Coccinia indica and American ginseng. Chromium has been the most widely studied supplement. Other supplements with positive preliminary results in
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