Qing Dai Granules

Qing Dai Granules

Qing Dai Granules

SKU BPG493
Brand Blue Poppy Single Herb Granules
Unit Size 128g
Potency 5:1
Contraindications Use with caution in those with stomach cold - Bensky
Chinese Symptomology maculae, bleeding, swollen and painful throat, sores of the mouth, mumps, tremors, convulsions, red eyes, sore throat, summerheat, cough and chest pain from Liver fire accosting the Lungs - Bensky
Actions Clears heat, resolves toxicity, cools the blood, reduces maculae, drains the Liver, clears the Lungs, dispels summerheat, settles convulsions. Bensky
Pattern Heat entering the blood level or other forms to warm toxin; blazing heat; Liver fire; summerheat; Liver fire accosting the Lungs - Bensky
Channels Entered Liver, Lung, Stomach - Bensky
Chinese name 青黛
English name Indigo; Strobilanthes Cusia (dye extract from leaf)
Description
 

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

  • Clears heat, resolves toxicity, cools the blood, and reduces maculae:  for maculae due to heat entering the blood level or other forms of warn toxin.  Can be used by itself for bleeding, especially from the nose, due to the chaotic movement of hot blood.*
  • Clears heat, resolves toxicity, cools the blood, and reduces swelling:  for blazing heat leading to a swollen and painful throat, sores of the mouth, or mumps.  Also used externally for similar problems.*
  • Drains Liver fire, dispels summerheat, and extinguishes wind to stop tremors:  for convulsions, red eyes sore throat, and other manifestations of heat, especially summerheat, affecting the Liver.*
  • Clears Liver fire, drains Lung heat, and cools the blood:  for cough and chest pain from Liver fire accosting the Lungs.*
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