Ephedra intermedia is an perennial shrub that is native Siberia, Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, the western Himalayas, Tibet, Mongolia, and China. This species of Ephedra grows in a wide range of habitats which include deserts, grasslands, flood lands, river valleys, mountain cliffs, and sandy beaches. Ephedra intermedia is commonly called Zhong Ma Huang. Ephedra intermedia has similar medicinal properties as Ephedra sinica, but this species also contains anti-inflammatory properties as well.
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