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Chi Shao Yao Granules, 100g

Chi Shao Yao Granules, 100g

Chi Shao Yao Granules, 100g

Brand Min Tong Granules - Single Herbs
Unit Size 100 grams
Potency 5:1 extract granules
Taste Sour, Bitter
Properties Slightly cold
Contraindications Use with cautioin in those with cold from deficiency
Chinese Symptomology Dysmenorrhea;Amenorrhea;Abdominal pain;Fixed abdominal masses;Swelling and pain from traumatic injury and the early stages of abscesses and boils;Fever, purple tongue, maculae, and bleeding due to the chaotic movement of hot blood.
Western Symptomology dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, abdominal pain, fixed abdominal masses, swelling and pain from traumatic injury, abscesses, boils, fever from heat entering the blood, bleeding due to the chaotic movement of hot blood
Actions Invigorates the blood, transforms stasis, stops pain, cools heat in the blood - Bensky
Pattern Blood stasis, heat entering the blood.
Channels Entered Liver, Spleen
Tongue purple tongue, maculae

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Chinese name Paeoniae Radix rubra; Red Peony
English name Peaonia Rubra Radix (Red)
Chinese Bulk Herbs
Single Chinese Herb Granules Made in Taiwan
100g Bottle
Single Chinese Herb
Chinese Single Herb Materia Medica Clear Heat - Cool the Blood

Paeoniae Radix rubra (chi shao) ... is strictly draining due to its bitterness, so that it invigorates the blood, expels stagnation, and stops pain; its slight sourness retains its affinity for the Liver so that it enters the blood aspect of the Liver, where its coldness cools heat in the blood. It is thus used for rashes due to warm pathogen disease causing heat in the blood, and swollen toxic sores, as explained in Essays on Medicine Esteeming the Chinese and Respecting the Western: "it is superior for transforming stasis, thus those who treat sores and abscesses often use it for its ability to transform toxic hot blood stasis without causing the formation and perforation of pus." Essentials of the Materia Medica notes that it: 'specifically drains Liver fire and disperses noxious blood. It treats abdominal pain, firm accumulations, blood painful obstruction, bulging disorders, and mobile abdominal masses, amenorrhea, Intestinal wind, swollen sores, and reddened eyes - all these are the effect of dispersing and draining." - Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.

Ingredients Chi Shao Yao - Paeonia Rubra Radix
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