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Bai Zhi Granules, Box of 40 Packets (1g each)

Bai Zhi Granules, Box of 40 Packets (1g each)

Bai Zhi Granules, Box of 40 Packets (1g each)

Brand TCM Zone Single Herb Granule - Box of Packets
Unit Size Box of 40 Packets (1g each)
Potency 5:1 extract granules
Taste Acrid - Bensky
Properties Warm - Bensky
Contraindications Contraindicated for problems due to yin deficiency or heat in the blood. Once a sore has ulcerated, the use of this herb should be tapered off - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology Headache, supraorbital pain, nasal congestion, toothache; early stages of superficial sores and carbuncles; vaginal discharge due to cold-dampness in the lower burner; ulcer pain - Bensky
Actions Releases the exterior, opens the orifices (especially the nose), dries dampness - Bensky
Pattern Externally-contracted wind-cold; Wind invading the yang-brightness channels of the head; Superficial sores and carbuncles; Cold-dampness in the lower burner; Damp-heat vaginal discharge - Bensky
Channels Entered Lung, Stomach, Spleen - Bensky
Chinese name Bai Zhi
English name Angelica Root

Excerpted from Bensky:  Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.

  • Expels wind, eliminates dampness, unblocks the nasal passages, and alleviates pain:  for patterns of externally-contracted wind-cold, especially those with headache.  Also for supraorbital pain, nasal congestion, and toothache.  While primarily a warming herb, it can be used for any problem due to wind invading the yang brightness channels of the head.*
  • Reduces swelling and expels pus:  for early stages of superficial sores and carbuncles.  If the sore, ulcer, or carbuncle has not yet suppurated, this herb will help reduce the swelling.  If pus has already formed or the sore has ulcerated, the herb can be used to help discharge the pus.*
  • Expels dampness and alleviates discharge:  usually for vaginal discharge due to cold-dampness in the lower burner, but with the appropriate herbs can also be sued to treat vaginal discharge from damp-heat.*
  • Used with Glycyrrhizae Radix (gan cao) for pain associated with ulcers.*

Bai Zhi - Dahurian Angelica Root

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