Cool and Transform Phlegm Heat

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  • Chuan Bei Mu (Crushed)

    Chuan Bei Mu (Bulbus Fritillariae cirrhosae)
    Properties: bitter, sweet, cool
    Channels: Heart, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Cools, moistens, directs Lung qi and Heart fire downward, relieves constraint, disperses knotted phlegm-heat.
    Additional Notes: Slightly expensive.

  • Dan Nan Xing

    Dan Nan Xing (Rhizoma Arisaematis, processed with bile)
    Properties: bitter, cool
    Channels: Liver, Lungs, Spleen
    Key Characteristics: Moistening, transforms phlegm-heat, extinguishes wind to stop convulsions, spasms and tremors.
    Additional Notes: 3-6g is sufficient.

  • Gua Lou Pi Certified

    Gua Lou Pi (Pericarpium Trichosanthis)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Cools and transforms phlegm-heat, frees the flow of qi through the chest, disperses constrained knots.
    Additional Notes: 12-15g is the most common dosage.
    The ‘Certified’ label on this herb means it has shown non-detectable levels of pesticides and heavy metals. While all our herbs are tested for safe levels of pesticides and heavy metals, the certified labelling means that the most susceptible herbs are only stocked when they show a non-detectable level. See Herb Sourcing for more details.

  • Gua Lou Ren (Ground)

    Gua Lou Ren (Semen Trichosanthis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Moistens both Lungs and Large Intestine, cools and transforms phlegm. Also promotes healing of sores such as breast abscesses. Some use its slippery nature to help the urethra.

  • Hai Fu Shi

    Hai Fu Shi (Pumice)
    Properties: salty, cold
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Transforms stubborn phlegm, cools phlegm-heat in the Lungs, treats painful urinary dribbling by opening the upper source of fluid metabolism (ie. the Lungs).

  • Pang Da Hai

    Pang Da Hai (Sterculiae Semen)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Large Intestine, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Gently cools and moistens the throat and Intestines for hoarseness, sore throat and phlegm heat cough.
    Additional Notes: Usually taken as a tea, putting one, two or three pieces in a cup and pouring boiling water over them. If giving to your patient as a tea select the herb and dosage in your prescription and then inform us in the ‘special instructions’ tab located at checkout that you would like it bagged separately.

  • Qian Hu

    Qian Hu (Radix Peucedani)
    Properties: bitter, acrid, slightly cold
    Channels: Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Directs qi downward, helps Lung qi disseminate to expel wind-heat, directs fire downward to dissolve phlegm.

  • Tian Zhu Huang

    Tian Zhu Huang (Bambusae Concretio Silicea)
    Properties: sweet, cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Heart, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Stops palpitations, extinguishes wind, cools the Heart, dislodges phlegm and opens the orifices (e.g. in stroke patients blocked by phlegm). Also stops tremors and convulsions in children.

  • Zhe Bei Mu (Crushed)

    Zhe Bei Mu (Fritillariae thunbergii Bulbus)
    Properties: bitter, cold
    Channels: Heart, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Cold, drains heat, transforms phlegm-heat, dissipates nodules especially in the neck and breast. Also relieves constraint and resolves toxicity.

  • Zhu Ru

    Zhu Ru (Bambusae Caulis In Taeniam)
    Properties: sweet, slightly cold
    Channels: Gallbladder, Lungs, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Cools the Lungs, Stomach and Gallbladder, transforms phlegm-heat, releases constraint and settles the Stomach to stop nausea.

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