Chai Hu, Radix Bupleuri, Red Thorowax Root
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Common Name: Red Thorowax Root
Chinese Name: Chai Hu 柴胡
Latin Name: Radix Bupleuri
Other Name: Chinese Thorowax Root, Bupleurum Chinense, Root Of Chinese Thorowax, Root Of Red Thorowax, Bupleurum Scorzonerifolium, 地熏、茈胡、山菜、茹草、柴草
Origin: Shaanxi, Gansu, Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Guangxi Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Bitter, pungent, slightly cold; liver and spleen meridians entered.
Release exterior and cure fever, soothe liver and release liver depression, ascend yang qi.
A. External pathogens attack with exterior symptoms and alternating chills and fever due to shaoyang syndrome.
It has the actions of expelling the pathogens and releasing exterior, especially being effective to high fever.
B. Liver depression with qi stagnation
As an important herb for treating syndrome of liver depression with qi stagnation manifested by distending pain in the rib area or abdomen, depression, irregular menstruation, etc., it is frequently combined with qi-flow-promoting and liver-soothing herbs and blood-activating and pain-relieving herbs to strengthen its effect.
C. Syndrome of sinking of middle qi
This herb can ascend the clear yang qi of the spleen and stomach, and can be used to treat the distention of abdomen, lasting diarrhea, even rectum prolapse, hysteroptosia and others that caused by spleen deficiency failing to hold the organs, and sinking of middle qi.
In addition, it also has the action of relieving fever and checking malaria; and it's a frequently used herb for malaria.
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