Zhi Mu, Common Anemarrhena Rhizome, Rhizoma Anemarrhenae
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Common Name: Common Anemarrhena Rhizome
Chinese Name: Zhi Mu 知母
Latin Name: Rhizoma Anemarrhenae
Other Name: Anemarrhena Asphodeloides, 蚳母、连母、野蓼、地参、水参、水浚、货母、蝭母、芪母、提母
Origin: Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Henan, Shandong, Shaanxi, Gansu Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Bitter, sweet, cold; lung, stomach and kidney meridians entered.
Clear heat and purge fire (clear the excess heat at qi system and clear the excess heat of lung and stomach), nourish yin and moisten dryness.
A. Excess heat syndrome at qi system of warm diseases
Being bitter and sweet in flavor and cold in nature, this herb is good for clearing heat and has the actions of moistening and clearing heat and purging fire by entering lung and stomach meridians.
B. Cough due to lung heat and dry cough due to yin deficiency
It can clear lung heat and nourish lung yin to remove lung dryness and is indicated for cough syndrome caused by lung heat or for dry cough caused by yin deficiency.
C. Stomach heat syndrome manifested as thirst due to fluids consumption
It can clear stomach fire, keep clear fluids and nourish stomach yin while generating fluids to quench the thirst and it is indicated for thirst syndrome with fluids consumption no matter it is caused by blazing of stomach fire or dry heat due to yin deficiency.
D. Kidney yin deficiency with hyperactivity of deficiency fire
It can nourish kidney yin and withdraw deficiency heat, and purge ministerial fire.
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