The History of the Astragalus Root
Astragalus, traditionally known as huáng qí or milkvetch, has a rich history in Asian cultures. Native to Mongolia, China, and North Korea, it has been used in practices for over 2,000 years. Its Chinese name, huáng qí, means “yellow leader,” a nod to this plant’s high regard.
Astragalus root was introduced to North America in 1925 under the USDA’s Plant Introduction Office. The seed is still readily accessible for any interested gardeners and holistic practitioners.
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