Bo He (Lab Tested)

Bo He (Lab Tested)

Bo He (Lab Tested)

Brand NuHerbs
Unit Size 1 pound
Taste Acrid, aromatic - Bensky
Properties Cool - Bensky
Contraindications This herb can deplete the qi and should not be used in debilitated patients who sweat profusely or in those with ascendant Liver yang - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology Fever, cough, headache, red eyes, sore throat; rashes; pressure in the chest or flanks, emotional instability, and gynecological problems due to constrained Liver qi; abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea due to summerheat gastric disturbance - Bensky
Actions Facilitates the dispersal of upper burner wind-heat, cools and clears the eyes and head, soothes the throat, facilitates the flow of Liver qi and expels turbid filth - Bensky
Pattern Wind-heat; Rashes; Constrained Liver qi; Summertime gastric disturbance - Bensky
Channels Entered Lung, Liver - Bensky

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Chinese name Bo He
English name Chinese Field Mint
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Excerpted from Bensky:  Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed

  • Disperses wind-heat, clears and benefits the head, eyes, and throat:  for patterns of wind-heat with fever, cough, headache, red eyes, and sore throat.*
  • Vents rashes:  used in the early stages of rashes (such as measles) to induce the rash to come to the surface as a means of venting the wind and heat and thereby speed recovery.*
  • Allows constrained Liver qi to flow freely:  for constrained Liver qi with such symptoms as pressure in the chest or flanks, emotional instability, and gynecological problems.*
  • Expels turbid filth:  for problems such as summertime exposure to unclean qi leading to summerheat gastric disturbance (sha zhang), with abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and a thick, greasy, yellow tongue coating.*

Bo He - Menthae haplocalycis Herba

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