Mo Yao, Myrrha, Myrrh, Commiphora Myrrha Engl

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Mo Yao, Myrrha, Myrrh, Commiphora Myrrha Engl

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TCM Details:
Common Name: Myrrha
Chinese Name: Mo Yao 没药
Latin Name: Commiphora Myrrha Engl
Other Name: African Myrrh, Herabol Myrrh, 末药、明没药
Origin: Somalia, Ethiopia And The Southern Arabian Peninsula
Package: Bag
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place

More About This TCM (In English):
Property
Pungent, bitter, neutral, heart, liver and spleen meridians entered.

Actions
Activate blood and alleviate pain, resolve swelling and promote tissue regeneration.

Indications
The actions and indications are similar to those of Ru Xiang. It is reinforced by the combination with Ru Xiang for traumatic injuries, pain due to stagnation and stasis, abscess, deep rooted carbuncle, swelling and pain, ulcerated sore and abscess not healed for a long time and all the pain due to stagnation and stasis.

Dosage and Administrations
As same as Ru Xiang.

Cautions
As same as Ru Xiang.

Read More Info. About It (In Chinese 中文介绍):
  没药,为橄榄科植物没药树或爱伦堡没药树的胶树脂。11月至翌年2月或6~7月采收。本品多由树皮的裂缝处自然渗出;或将树皮割破,使胶树脂从伤口渗出。初呈黄白色的液体,接触空气后逐渐凝固而成红棕色硬块。采得后去净树皮及杂质,置干燥通风处保存。
性味
  苦,平。
归经
  入肝经。
功能主治
  散血去瘀,消肿定痛。治跌损,金疮,筋骨,心腹诸痛,症瘕,经闭,痈疽肿痛,痔漏,目障,
相关论述
①《药性论》:"主打搕损,心腹血瘀,伤折踒跌,筋骨瘀痛,金刃所损,痛不可忍,皆以酒投饮之。"
②《海药本草》:"主折伤马坠,推陈置新,能生好血,研烂,以热酒调服。堕胎.心腹俱痛及野鸡漏痔、产后血气痛,并宜丸、散中服。"
③《日华子本草》:"破症结宿血,消肿毒。"
④《开宝本草》:"主破血止痛。疗杖疮、诸恶疮、痔漏卒下血、目中翳晕痛肤赤。"
⑤王好古:"治心胆虚,肝血不足。"
⑥《纲目》:"散血消肿,定痛生肌。"
⑦《本草述》:"久服舒筋膜,通血脉,固齿牙,长须发。"

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