Du Zhong, Cortex Eucommiae, Eucommia Bark, Eucommia Ulmoides
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Common Name: Eucommia Bark
Chinese Name: Du Zhong 杜仲, Du Zhong Pi 杜仲皮
Latin Name: Cortex Eucommiae
Other Name: Eucommia Ulmoides, 思仙、思仲、木绵、檰、石思仙、扯丝皮、丝连皮、玉丝皮、丝棉皮
Origin: Shaanxi, Gansu, Zhejiang, Henan, Hubei, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sweet, warm; kidney and liver meridians entered.
Tonify liver and kidney, strengthen tendons and bones, and prevent abortion.
A. Deficiency of liver and kidney, soreness and pain in lumbar and knees, atrophy-flaccidity and limpness of lower limbs
It is an important herb for soreness and pain in lumbar and knees, atrophy-flaccidity and limpness of lower limbs caused by deficiency of liver and kidney, because it can tonify liver and kidney, strengthen tendons and bones.
B. Threatened abortion, vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, habitual abortion due to liver and kidney deficiency
It is a common herb used for threatened abortion, vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, habitual abortion due to liver and kidney deficiency, insecurity of thoroughfare and conception vessels, because it can tonify liver and kidney, regulate and strengthen thoroughfare and conception vessels to prevent abortion.
Besides, it has good action of depressing blood pressure, and is commonly used for hypertension in modern clinic. It is very indicated for hypertension of liver and kidney deficiency type, used singly or in combinations, because it can tonify liver and kidney.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 10~15 g.
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