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Qing Hao, also known as Sweet Annie, contains the constituent artemisinin, which has powerful antimalarial properties with few side effects and is used to treat severe malaria worldwide.

It helps to reduce the risk of developing malaria and helps with quick recovery.

Qing Hao has cooling properties and is used for conditions brought on by heat, such as dizziness, headaches, fevers and heat-associated nosebleeds.

Qing Hao has anti-cancer potential with research showing the ability to promote programmed cell death and inhibiting blood vessel growth. It is claimed to be useful in leukemia and breast cancer, but no clinical trials have taken place.

As with all herbal remedies and medications, check with your care provider before use.

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Tracie Braylock is a holistic nurse educator and writer inspiring you to live well in every area of your life.