Huang Jing, Rhizoma Polygonati, King Solomonseal Rhizome
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Common Name: King Solomonseal Rhizome
Chinese Name: Huang Jing 黄精
Latin Name: Rhizoma Polygonati
Other Name: Manyflower Solomonseal Rhizome, Siberian Solomonseal Rhizome, Polygonatum Sibiricum, 龙衔、白及、兔竹、垂珠、鸡格、米脯、菟竹、鹿竹、重楼、救穷、戊已芝、萎蕤、苟格、马箭、仙人余粮、气精、生姜、野生姜、米餔、野仙姜、山生姜、玉竹黄精、白及黄精、阳誉蕻、土灵芝、老虎姜、山捣臼、鸡头参、赖姜
Origin: Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu, Henan, Shandong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sweet, neutral; spleen, lung and kidney meridians entered.
Nourish yin of lung, spleen and kidney, tonify qi of spleen and lung, and nourish kidney essence.
A. Syndrome of dry cough due to lung dcficiency
It can nourish lung yin, and tonify lung qi. Though, it is weaker than Bei Sha Shen from the aspect of moistening dryness in lung and clearing lung heat, it can disperse phlegm and tonify lung qi, and it is very indicated for chronic cough due to yin deficiency with dryness in lung, sticky phlegm and difficulty in spitting, and both qi and yin deficiency.
B. Syndromes of spleen and stomach deficiency
It is a spleen and stomach even tonifying herb, because it can both tonify qi of spleen and stomach, and nourish yin of spleen and stomach.
C. Syndromes of kidney deficiency and essence insufficiency, diabetes
It can nourish kidney, supplement essence, and nourish kidney through tonifying spleen.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 10~15 g.
It should be used with cautions for dampness accumulation due to spleen deficiency, damp-phlegm stagnation and distending abdomen due to qi stagnation because of sticky and greasy properties.
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