Gui Zhi, 1lb
Gui Zhi, 1lb
|Unit Size||1 pound|
|Taste||Acrid, Sweet - Bensky|
|Properties||Warm - Bensky|
|Contraindications||Contraindicated in cases of warm-heat pathogen disease, yin deficiency with heat signs, and heat in the blood with vomiting. During pregnancy or in case of excessive menstruation, use only in doses of 6g [raw herb] or less, preferably the dry-fried cinnamon twigs. Its use is also discouraged where there are signs of pathogenic heat. - Bensky|
|Chinese Symptomology||Exterior wind-cold; Wind-cold-damp painful obstruction; Edema with urinary dysfunction or dizziness and palpitations due to lack of transformation of fluids due to yang deficiency; Shortness of breath, chest pain, palpitations due to listless chest yang together with upward movement of phlegm and thin mucus and the loss of the orderly descent of Lung qi; Painful obstruction; Cold from deficiency in the Middler burner. - Bensky|
|Actions||Releases the muscle layer, unblocks the yang qi, warms the middle. - Bensky|
|Pattern||Exterior wind-cold; Wind-cold-damp painful obstruction; Yang deficiency with lack of transformation of fluids; Listless chest yang together with upward movement of phlegm and thin mucus and the loss of the orderly descent of Lung qi; Painful obstruction in the channels, vessels and collaterals; Cold from deficiency of the middle burner. - Bensky|
|Channels Entered||Heart, Lung Bladder|
|Branch||Heart; Lung; Bladder|
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|Chinese name||Gui Zhi|
|English name||Cinnamomum Cassia, Ramulus|
Excerpted from Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Materia Medica
Gui Zhi - Cinnamomum cassia
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