Pu Huang, Pollen Typhae, Cattail Pollen, Dry Pollen
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Common Name: Cattail Pollen
Chinese Name: Pu Huang 蒲黄
Latin Name: Pollen Typhae
Other Name: Typha Angustifolia, Typha Orientalis, 蒲厘花粉、蒲花、蒲棒花粉、蒲草黄
Origin: Henan, Hubei, Guangxi, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Sweet, neutral; liver and heart meridians entered.
Stop bleeding, resolve stasis, induce diuresis.
This herb is sweet in flavor and neutral in nature. It is good at stopping bleeding astringently with the actions of promoting blood circulation and resolving blood stasis. The characteristic of this herb is similar to that of San Qi. Both can stop bleeding without retaining blood stasis. It is indicated for various bleeding due to heat or cold, with or without stasis, especially to excess syndrome with stasis.
B. Pain due to blood stasis
This herb is pungent in flavor and can promote blood circulation and induce menstruation, remove stasis and alleviate pain. It is indicated for traumatic injuries, dysmenorrhea, postpartum pain, pectoral and abdominal pain due to blood stasis, especially indicated for gynecological diseases.
C. Blood stranguria and hematuria
This herb can not only stop bleeding but also induce diuresis. So it is indicated for stranguria and hematuria.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 3~10 g wrapped. Proper dose for external application in powder or mixed. Stir-bake it for stopping bleeding; use the unprocessed for removing stasis and promoting diuresis.
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