Bupleurem Root (Chai Hu), 2 oz

Bupleurem Root (Chai Hu), 2 oz

Bupleurem Root (Chai Hu), 2 oz

SKU KS102-2
Brand Kan Singles
Unit Size 2 fl oz (60 ml)
Taste Bitter, Acrid - Bensky
Properties Cool - Bensky
Contraindications Do not use when true yin has been severely damaged; hyperactivity of Liver Yang
Chinese Symptomology Alternating fever and chills; bitter taste in mouth; flank pain; irritability; vomiting; stifling sensation in chest; dizziness; vertigo; emotional instability; menstrual irregularity; abdominal bloating; nausea; indigestion; prolapse; hemorrhoids
Actions Resolves lesser yang disorders and reduces fever; Spreads Liver qi and relieves constraint; Raises and lifts the yang qi; Restores harmony between the Liver and Spleen
Pattern Lesser Yang stage of externally-contracted disorders; Constrained Liver Qi; Disharmony between Liver and Spleen; Abnormal descent of Qi with inability to rise
Channels Entered Gallbladder; Liver; Pericardium; Triple Burner
Chinese name Chai Hu
English name Bupleurum Radix
Description

Entering the Gallbladder, Liver, Pericardium, and Triple Burner channels, Bupleuri Radix (chai hu) is bitter, acrid, cool, and light in weight so that it raises and disperses to vent the exterior and drain heat. This rising action also raises the clear qi of the Stomach and Gallbladder, and in conjunction with its acrid dispersal, restores the normal movement of Liver qi in order to relieve Liver qi constraint. (from Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.)*

Ingredients

Bupleurem Root - Chai Hu - Bupleurum chinensis radix

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