Incarvillea sinensis is a little-known Chinese herb that has great potential as a pain herb. Incarvillea sinensis acts on the same receptors as many of the best-known pain medications, and it seems like a logical substitute, or even a potentiator, of similar herbs like corydalis, California poppy, prickly poppy and kava. It has been traditionally used to treat rheumatism, inflammation and cramping. Given this potential, it is quite surprising that incarvillea is not more popular. Incarvillea may also be beneficial as a relaxing herb in instances of insomnia, restlessness and anxiety
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