Securinega suffruticosa is an herb. It is used in traditional Chinese medicine, often in combination with other herbs. Its fruits and leaves are used in foods.

Securinega suffruticosa grows in countries in Asia such as Korea, Japan, China, Russia, and Ukraine. It is not common in Western Europe and Northern America.

Securinega suffruticosa has been taken by mouth for heartburn, contusions, paralysis, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, muscle soreness, numbness, and low back pain.

It has been taken by mouth in combination with other herbs for polio, dizziness, hearing problems, impotence, disease of blood vessels in the brain, arthritis, and to remove excess water from the body.

How does it work ?

Securinega suffruticosa contains a chemical that can stimulate the nervous system.

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