Wan Dai Tang

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  • Cang Zhu (Chao)


    Cang Zhu (Chao) (Rhizoma Atractylodis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, induces sweating to expel wind-damp, strengthens Spleen and Stomach, clears lower Jiao damp, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower Jiao, helps vision (e.g. for night-blindness or poor vision with a rough sensation in the eyes).
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. Dry- fried Cang Zhu is less sweat inducing. We also offer raw Cang Zhu. If raw is desired please select Cang Zhu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Che Qian Zi


    Che Qian Zi (Semen Plantaginis)
    Properties: sweet, cold, slippery
    Channels: Kidneys, Bladder, Liver, Lungs
    Key Characteristics: Facilitates urination, separates clear and turbid fluids, guides damp-heat downward and out through urination. Also good for clearing heat from the eyes.
    Additional Notes: 10g is usually sufficient, if a higher dosage is desired the herbs tend to get excessively gelatinous. Therefore the patient should be informed that there will be a washable muslin cloth included with their herbs to be used for straining.
    As slippery, be cautious in pregnancies with a history of miscarriage.

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