Du Huo, Pubescent Angelica Root, Radix Angelicae Pubescentis
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Common Name: Pubescent Angelica Root
Chinese Name: Du Huo 独活
Latin Name: Radix Angelicae Pubescentis
Other Name: Angelica Pubescens, 胡王使者、独摇草、独滑、长生草、川独活、肉独活、资历邱独活、巴东独活、香独活、绩独活、大活、山大活、玉活
Origin: Anhui, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Hubei, Sichuan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, bitter, slightly warm; liver, kidney, and lung meridians entered.
Dispel wind-damp, alleviate pain, release exterior.
A. Arthralgia due to wind, cold and dampness
Being pungent, bitter and fragrant with the actions of dispersing, eliminating, warming and dredging, it excels in dispelling wind-damp and alleviating arthralgia, and is indicated for all kinds of arthralgia syndrome due to wind, cold and dampness no matter acute or chronic.
B. Exterior syndrome due to wind-cold with dampness
Being pungent and warm with the actions of releasing exterior, bitter and warm with drying dampness, it has a similar but moderate effects to that of Qiang Huo, so it is suitable for headache, heavy head, general pain of the body caused by affection of exogenous wind-clod with dampness.
In addition, it is also indicated for dermal pruritus by means of oral administration or external washout because of the actions of dispelling wind and removing dampness, headache and toothache for reason of the actions of alleviating pain.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 3~9 g. Proper dosage is for topical application.
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