Qian Cao, India Madder Root, Radix Rubiae, Rubia Cordifolia
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Common Name: India Madder Root
Chinese Name: Qian Cao 茜草, Qian Cao Gen 茜草根
Latin Name: Radix Rubiae
Other Name: Rubia Cordifolia, 锯锯藤、拉拉秧、活血草、红茜草、四轮车、挂拉豆、红线草、小血藤、血见愁
Origin: Anwei, Hebei, Shaanxi, Henan, Shandong Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Bitter, cold; liver meridian entered.
Cool blood, resolve blood stasis and stop bleeding, dredge meridians.
This herb is bitter in flavor and cold in nature and good at moving in blood system. It can cool blood and stop bleeding as well as activate and promote blood circulation. So it is indicated for bleeding due to recklessly blood flow resulted from blood heat or blood stasis retention inside vessels, especially for various bleeding due to blood heat with blood stasis.
B. Amenorrhea due to blood stasis, traumatic injury, wind-damp arthralgia
It can promote blood circulation and free vessels, resolve blood stasis and dredge meridians and collaterals, usually indicated for the syndrome of meridians and collaterals obstruction due to blood stasis, such as amenorrhea due to blood stasis, traumatic injury, and wind-damp arthralgia. It is commonly used in gynecology.
Dosage and Administrations
Decocted 10~15 g, maximum dosage is 30 g. It also can be used in pill or powder. For stopping bleeding, stir-bake it into charcoal; for activating blood and dredge meridians, use the unprocessed or stir-bake it with alcohol.
Read More Info. About It (In Chinese 中文介绍):
茜草，为茜草科植物茜草Rubia cordifolia L.的根和根茎。春、秋季采挖，除去泥沙，晒干。
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