Lei Wan, Omphalia, Omphalia Lapidescens Schroet
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Common Name: Omphalia
Chinese Name: Lei Wan 雷丸
Latin Name: Omphalia Lapidescens Schroet
Other Name: 竹苓、雷实、竹铃芝
Origin: Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Slightly bitter, cold, mildly toxic; stomach and large intestine meridians entered.
Various intestinal parasitic diseases
It can expel various intestinal parasites such as taeniasis, ancylostomiasis, ascariaisis and so on, especially taeniasis. It is ground into powder and swallowed for treating taeniasis, 20g once and 3 times daily. Tapeworm bodies are completely or partially expelled in most cases in 2~3 days. For ancylostomiasis and ascariasis, it is reinforced by parasites-expelling herbs. For instance it is combined with Bing Lang, Qian Niu Zi and Ku Lian Pi in Zhui Chong Wan from Zheng Zhi Zhun Sheng. For enterobiasis, it is also combined with other parasites-expelling herbs and purgatives such as Qian Niu Zi and Da Huang.
Dosage and Administrations
Take 15~21g in pills or powder, 5~7 g once. Take with warm water after meal, 3 times daily for consecutive 3 days.
Do not decoct this herb because it contains protease that will be easily broken at 60℃. Take with cautions if the patients suffer deficiency-cold of spleen and stomach with helminthic accumulation.
Read More Info. About It (In Chinese 中文介绍):
雷丸，中药名。为白蘑科真菌雷丸Omphalia lapidescens Schroet.的干燥菌核。秋季采挖，洗净，晒干。
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