Guan Zhong, Rhizoma Cyrtomii, Cyrtomium Rhizome
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Common Name: Cyrtomium Rhizome
Chinese Name: Guan Zhong 贯众
Latin Name: Rhizoma Cyrtomii
Other Name: Male Fern Rhizome, Matteuccia Fern Rhizome, 止泺、贯节、贯渠、百头、虎卷、扁苻、贯来、贯中、渠母、贯钟、伯芹、药渠、黄钟、伯萍、乐藻、草鸱头、伯药、药藻、凤尾草、蕨薇菜根、贯仲、管仲、绵马贯仲
Origin: Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei, Inner Mongolia Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, cold, slightly toxic; liver, lung and stomach meridians entered.
Clear heat and remove toxicity, cool blood and stopping bleeding.
A. Common cold due to wind-heat, macula due to epidemic toxicity, mumps with swelling pain.
It can clear excess heat in qi system and remove heat-toxicity in blood system as well. All syndromes of common cold due to wind-heat or epidemic toxicity can be treated or prevented with this herb.
B. Bleeding due to blood heat
With the action of cooling blood and stopping bleeding, it is indicated for blood heat syndrome manifested as epistaxis, hematemesis, hemafecia, and metrorrhagia and metrostaxis. In addition, with the action of clearing heat and removing toxicity, it can also be used to treat sores and abscess due to heat-toxicity, burn due to hot liquid or fire, leucorrhoea.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 5~10g. The raw product is used for clearing heat and removing toxicity while the one stir-baked to charcoal is for stopping bleeding. Proper dosage is for topical administration.
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