Qing Pi (Lab Tested)

Qing Pi (Lab Tested)

Qing Pi (Lab Tested)

SKU NHB273
Brand NuHerbs
Unit Size 1 pound
Dosage 3-9 grams in decoction - Bensky
Potency 1:1
Taste Bitter, acrid - Bensky
Properties Warm - Bensky
Contraindications Because this herb fiercely consumes the qi, it should be used with caution in those with qi deficiency. - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology Distention and pain in the chest, breast, or hypochrondriac regions; Bulging disorder pain; Pain, distention, or a stifling sensation in the epigastrium; Severe food stagnation - Bensky
Actions Directs downward, dredges the Liver, breaks up qi stagnation and clumping, harmonizes the Stomach.
Pattern Constrained Liver Qi; Food Stagnation - Bensky
Channels Entered Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach - Bensky
Chinese name Qing Pi
English name Tangerine (unripened) Peel, green tangerine peel, blue citrus
 
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Description

Excerpted from Bensky:  Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.

  • Spreads the Liver qi and breaks up stagnant qi:  for constrained Liver qi patterns with such symptoms as distention and pain the the chest, breast, or hypochrondriac regions, or bulging disorder patterns.*
  • Dissipates clumps and reduces stagnation:  for food stagnation with accumulation which manifests as pain, distention, or a stifling sensation in the epigastrium.  Often used for rather severe food stagnation, and for masses when stagnant qi progresses to blood stasis.*
Ingredients Qing Pi - Citrus reticulata immaturus
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