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Mu Xiang (Loose)
Mu Xiang (Loose)
|Brand||Asia Naturals Raw Herbs|
|Unit Size||1 pound|
|Properties||acrid, bitter, warm|
|Contraindications||Use with caution in those with depleted fluids, yin deficiency, or blazing fire.|
|Chinese Symptomology||Lack of appetite, feeling of food sitting in the stomach, epigastric or abdominal pain or distention, nausea, vomiting, flank pain, diarrhea, dysenteric disorders, tenesmus.|
|Actions||Promotes the movement of qi and stops pain, adjusts and regulates stagnant qi in the Intestines, strengthens the Spleen and prevents stagnation.|
|Branch||Gallbladder, Large Intestine, Spleen, Stomach, Triple Burner|
|Chinese name||Mu Xiang (Loose)|
|English name||Saussurea; Aucklandia|
Acrid, bitter, and warm, with a strong, rich aroma, Aucklandiae Radix (mu xiang) enters the Spleen, Stomach, and Large Intestine channels. It is best at promoting the flow of qi in the Stomach and Intestines to reduce distention and alleviate pain, and also strengthening the Spleen and reducing food stagnation. It can be used for dysenteric disorders due to damp-heat if combined with cooling herbs. It is also helpful when combined with tonifying herbs, as it can assist digestion and prevent obstruction due to greasiness.*