Rou Gui (Regular)

Rou Gui (Regular)

Rou Gui (Regular)

SKU AN461
Brand Asia Naturals Raw Herbs
Unit Size 1 pound
Taste Acrid, Sweet - Bensky
Properties Hot - Bensky
Contraindications Use with caution when there is blazing fire from yin deficiency, excessive heat in the interior, or during pregnancy - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology Aversion to cold, cold limbs, weak back, impotence, urinary frequency; Abdominal pain and cold, reduced appetite, diarrhea; Wheezing due to failure of the Kidneys to grasp the qi; Chest painful obstruction; Amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, cold-damp painful obstruction, yin-type boils; Flushed face, wheezing, severe sweating, weak and cold lower extremities; Dry mouth, sore throat, toothache that worsens at night - Bensky
Actions Warms and tonifies the yang, disperses cold, promotes the movement of blood. - Bensky
Pattern Insufficiency of Kidney yang and waning of the gate of vitality; Failure of the Kidneys to grasp the qi; Deficiency of Heart yang; Deep cold causing qi stagnation or blood stasis; Upward floating of deficient yang - Bensky
Channels Entered Heart, Kidney, Liver Spleen - Bensky
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Chinese name Rou Gui (Regular)
English name Cinnamon Bark; Cinnamomum cassia
 
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Excerpted from Bensky:  Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed.

  • Fortifies the Kidney and Spleen yang, warms the Heart yang and fortifies the yang:  for a wide variety of problems due to insufficiency of Kidney yang and waning of the gate of vitality.  Common manifestations include aversion to cold, cold limbs, weak back, impotence, and urinary frequency.  Also for waning of the Spleen and Kidney yang with abdominal pain and cold, reduced appetite, and diarrhea.  It is also important for wheezing due to the failure of the Kidneys to grasp the qi.  In addition, an important herb for warming the Heart yang, particularly when deficiency of Heart yang is the etiology of chest painful obstruction.*
  • Disperses deep cold, warms the channels, unblocks the channels and vessels, and alleviates pain:  for deep cold causing qi stagnation or blood stasis.  Associated problems include cold in the blood causing amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea, cold-damp painful obstruction, yin-type boils (chronic sores that are usuallly concave and ooze a clear fluid), and sores or abscesses that do not heal.  It enters the blood aspect and is often used in small amounts to enhance the blood-moving action of other substances.
  • Leads the fire back to its source:  the principal herb for treating the upward-floating of deficiency yang.  Manifestations include flushed face, wheezing, severe sweating (when the sweat pours out like oil), weak and cold lower extremities, and a deficient and rootless pulse.  This pattern is called false heat and true cold, or heat above/cold below.  Also used for other conditions where the upper part of the body is hot (e.g., dry mouth, sore throat, or toothache that worsen at night) and the lower part is cold (e.g, lower back pain, cold lower extremities, diarrhea, weakness in the proximal position of the pulse).*
  • Encourages the generation of qi and blood: with qi and blood tonics as an auxiliary herb for chronic deficiency of qi and  blood.*
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