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Bo He - Mentha Haplocalyx

Bo He - Mentha Haplocalyx

Bo He - Mentha Haplocalyx

SKU AHGC110
Brand Appalachian Herb Growers Consortium
Unit Size 1lb
Taste Acrid, aromatic - Bensky
Properties cool - Bensky
Contraindications This herb can deplete the qi and should not be used in debilitated patients who sweat profusely or in those with ascendant Liver yang - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology Fever, cough, headache, red eyes, sore throat; rashes; pressure in the chest or flanks, emotional instability, and gynecological problems due to constrained Liver qi; abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea due to summerheat gastric disturbance - Bensky
Actions Facilitates the dispersal of upper burner wind-heat, cools and clears the eyes and head, soothes the throat, facilitates the flow of Liver qi and expels turbid filth - Bensky
Pattern Wind-heat; Rashes; Constrained Liver qi; Summertime gastric disturbance - Bensky
Channels Entered Lung, Liver - Bensky
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English name mentha, field mint
 
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Excerpted from Bensky:  Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica, 3rd ed

  • Disperses wind-heat, clears and benefits the head, eyes, and throat:  for patterns of wind-heat with fever, cough, headache, red eyes, and sore throat.*
  • Vents rashes:  used in the early stages of rashes (such as measles) to induce the rash to come to the surface as a means of venting the wind and heat and thereby speed recovery.*
  • Allows constrained Liver qi to flow freely:  for constrained Liver qi with such symptoms as pressure in the chest or flanks, emotional instability, and gynecological problems.*
  • Expels turbid filth:  for problems such as summertime exposure to unclean qi leading to summerheat gastric disturbance (sha zhang), with abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and a thick, greasy, yellow tongue coating.*

A pungent menthal aroma fills our processing center when harvesting and processing this easy-care plant.

We are able to harvest this perennial 2-3 times a year. Easy to grow in our area, it will spread by runners. More sun tolerant than many mints, Field Mint enjoys plenty of moisture and is loved by the pollinators.

The leaves also make a delicious tea.

Field Mint
Mint Family: Lamiaceae
Part used: leaves, stems, young flowers



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