Fu Ling Single Herb Extract, 100g

Fu Ling Single Herb Extract, 100g

Fu Ling Single Herb Extract, 100g

SKU CP205C
Brand Classical Pearls - Single Herb Extracts
Unit Size 100g
Potency 5:1
Taste Sweet, Bland - Bensky
Properties Neutral - Bensky
Contraindications Use with caution in those with yin deficiency, sunken Spleen qi, or cold from deficiency with spermatorrhea.
Actions Promotes urination and leaches out dampness; Strengthens the Spleen and harmonizes the middle burner; Strengthens the Spleen and transforms phlegm; Quiets the Heart and calms the spirit
Pattern Stagnation of fluids; Dampness; Damp-heat; Spleen deficiency compounded by dampness; Spleen deficiency with thin mucus in which phlegm moves upward; Spleen insufficiency; Heart insufficiency; Internal obstruction of turbid phlegm
Channels Entered Heart; Spleen; Kidney; Lung
CAUTION Note: Classical Pearls are not elgible for any discounts.
Chinese name Fu ling
English name Poria
Description

Fuling is a tuberous fungus that grows below the roots of pine trees. The raw material exhibits a chalky consistency and a bland taste, and classical herb primers have primarily classified it as entering into the taiyin network (Spleen and Lung). It tonifies spleen qi, disinhibits stagnating dampness/fluids, and calms shen—therefore its name Fuling, meaning “concealed spirit.” Traditional Growing Location: Hubei Province, China (cultivated in near wild conditions) Traditionally, this substance was wild-crafted in the province of Yunnan in Southwest China where most of China’s pine forests are located. Since Fuling and Fushen represent two of the most often used herbs in modern Chinese herbalism, the world-wide demand for this herb has long exceeded the availability of wild tubers. Classical Pearls sources Fuling from the forests once roamed by the great herbalist Li Shizhen, the pristine Dabieshan mountain range in Hubei where the soil is still free of industrial pollutants, and where Fuling can be cultivated in near wild conditions. Japanese herb experts taught local farmers 40 years ago how to inoculate pine logs and grow the precious tubers underground. Traditional Preparation: Unprocessed Classification: Herbs that Descend the Yang and Regulate Counterflow () Excipient: None

Ingredients

Fu Ling - Wolfiporia cocos sclerotium Poria

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