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Qian Ceng To, Club Moss

Other Names: Qian Ceng To, Club Moss, Bendarli, Lycopodium Clavatum
Traditional Usages: Warts, Indigestion, Kidney Disease, Anorexia, Alzheimer's Disease, Wounds
Resources: China, New Zealand,
Parts Used: Whole Plant

Qian Ceng To, Club Moss - Herbal remedy for Alzheimer’s Disease: The Chinese herb Qian Ceng To increases memory retention.  It is also known as Club Moss. Pure and standardized extracts of this herb have been shown to increase clear-headedness, language ability and memory retention in a significantly high percentage of subjects with Alzheimer’s disease. Chinese club moss extract can be obtained from herbal stores in 600 mcg tablets. Tne tablet should be taken daily with a glass of water. 

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