Chuan Wu, Zhi (treated) Lab Tested

Chuan Wu, Zhi (treated) Lab Tested

Chuan Wu, Zhi (treated) Lab Tested

SKU NHB147
Brand NuHerbs
Unit Size 1 pound
Dosage 1.5-4.5 grams; should be boiled for 30-60 minutes
Taste Acrid; Bitter
Properties Hot, Very Toxic
Contraindications Contraindicated in patients with yin deficiency, yang excess, heat disorders, or during pregnancy. See Chinese Herbal Medicine Materica Medica, 3rd ed (page 679) for information on toxicity.
Chinese Symptomology painful obstruction; headache; abdominal pain; yin flat abscess; nonhealing abscesses or ulcers.
Actions Dispels wind, disperses cold and stops pain; Reduces swellings, induces ulcerations, and dispels putrefaction.
Pattern For painful obstruction, headache, and abdominal pain from wind-cold-dampness; Used when hard abscesses do not soften and ulcerate or when ulceration does not lead to healing.
Branch Liver, Spleen
Chinese name Chuan Wu, Zhi (treated)
English name Processed Sichuan Aconite Main Root
Description Acrid, hot, and toxic, Aconiti Radix preparata (zhi chuan wu) enters the Liver and Spleen channels, as well as the gate of vitality, according to Master Shen\\'s Book for Revering Life. It eliminates cold-dampness, and stops pain. The herb is most often used in the treatment of painful obstruction due to pathogenic wind, dampness, or cold, wind pain in the joints, hemiplegia, headache from wind-cold, cold leading to abdominal pain, and toxic swollen yin flat abscesses. (from Chinese Herbal Medicine Materica Medica, 3rd ed.
Ingredients Zhi Chuan Wu - 100%
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