Lu Gan Shi, Calamine, Calamina, Smithsonite
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Common Name: Calamine
Chinese Name: Lu Gan Shi 炉甘石, Fu Shui Gan Shi 浮水甘石
Latin Name: Calamina
Other Name: Smithsonite, Hydrozincite, Zinc Spar, 甘石、卢甘石、芦甘石、羊肝石、炉眼石、干石
Origin: Hunan, Guangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sweet, neutral; liver and stomach meridians entered.
Remove toxicity and improve vision and remove nebula, astringe dampness and relieve itching and heal wounds.
A. Blood-shot eyes, vision-disturbed ophthalmopathy, eyelid itching due to dampness with discharge
Being sweet, neutral and without toxin in property and with actions of removing toxin, improving vision and removing nebula, it is good at treating eye diseases. It is a common ophthalmology herb and indicated for removing nebula and curing vision-disturbed ophthalmopathy in external application.
B. Unhealing of ulcer, eczema
It has actions of removing toxicity, promoting tissue regeneration and healing wound and astringing dampness and relieving itching. Among the actions it is good at astringing dampness, so it is indicared for sores and ulcers especially for discharging of pus and unhealing sores after ulceration.
Dosage and Administrations
Take proper dose for external application, grind into powder for direct use or mix with other liquid. Refined with water for eye drop application. It is commonly not for internal application.
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