Bai Qian, Glaucescent Swallowwort Rhizome, Willowleaf Swallowwort Rhizome
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Common Name: Glaucescent Swallowwort Rhizome
Chinese Name: Bai Qian 白前
Latin Name: Rhizoma Cynanchi Stauntonii
Other Name: Willowleaf Swallowwort Rhizome, 石蓝、嗽药、柳叶白前、水杨柳、大鹤瓢、水柳、芫花叶白前、溪瓢羹、消结草、乌梗仔、蜜白前、炒白前、鹅管白前
Origin: Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Anhui, Jiangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Guangxi, Guangdong, Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, bitter, lightly warm; lung meridian entered.
Direct qi downward and eliminate phlegm, relieve cough and relieve dyspnea.
Cough and profuse phlegm, dyspnea
This herb is lightly warm in nature and is neither dry nor drastic. It excels at directing lung qi downward and eliminating phlegm served as the commonly used herb for treating cough and dyspnea. When qi is descended and phlegm is resolved, cough, dyspnea and chest fullness disappear. It can be used for them due to external and internal invasion, cold and heat, syndrome of new and old, especially for cold-phlegm obstruction of lung and lung qi failing to descend.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 3~10 g or use in pill and powder. Bai Qian processed with honey is mild in property and mostly used for lung yin deficiency, reversed flow of qi and non-productive cough.
This herb stimulates stomach mucosa and is used with cautions for those with stomach diseases or tendency of bleeding. Use with cautions for cough and dyspnea due to lung deficiency.
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