Clear Heat From Deficiency

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  • Bai Wei

    Bai Wei (Radix Cynanchi atrati)
    Properties: bitter, salty, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Stomach, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also vents pathogens, cools the blood and facilitates urination. Specific for hot blood in the urine during or after pregnancy.
    Additional Notes: Small doses sufficient (6g).

  • Di Gu Pi

    Di Gu Pi (Cortex Radicis Lycii)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Lungs, Liver, Kidneys
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency. Best for yin deficient heat with sweating, also cools the blood and clears heat from the Lungs.

  • Hu Huang Lian

    Hu Huang Lian (Rhizoma Picrorrhizae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Liver, Stomach, Large Intestine.
    Key Characteristics: Bitter, so clears heat from both excess and deficiency, cools the blood, dries dampness. Especially for steaming bones and childhood nutritional impairment.

  • Qing Hao

    Qing Hao (Herba Artemisiae annuae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also clears summerheat and deficient fevers with steaming bones. Cools the blood and stops bleeding, checks malarial disorders causing alternating chills and fever.
    Additional Notes: Tends to cause loose stool if digestion is weak. Most effective if not cooked too long. If this is a key herb in the formula please write ‘bag separately’ in the special instructions box during checkout, and inform your patient to add to decoction towards the end of cooking.

  • Qing Hao Spring Wind

    Qing Hao (Herba Artemisiae annuae)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Kidneys, Liver, Gallbladder
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, also clears summerheat and deficient fevers with steaming bones. Cools the blood and stops bleeding, checks malarial disorders causing alternating chills and fever.
    Additional Notes: Tends to cause loose stool if digestion is weak. Most effective if not cooked too long. If this is a key herb in the formula please write ‘bag separately’ in the special instructions box during checkout, and inform your patient to add to decoction towards the end of cooking.
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  • Yin Chai Hu

    Yin Chai Hu (Radix Stellariae)
    Properties: sweet, cool
    Channels: Liver, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Clears heat from deficiency, but not bitter, also good for lingering heat with recurring afternoon fevers and bleeding due to heat in the blood, as well as childhood nutritional impairment.

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