Qian Hu, Whiteflower Hogfennel Root, Common Hongfennel Root
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Common Name: Whiteflower Hogfennel Root
Chinese Name: Qian Hu 前胡
Latin Name: Radix Peucedani
Other Name: Common Hongfennel Root, 白花前胡、鸡脚前胡、官前胡、山独活
Origin: Shandong, Henan, Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangxi, Jiangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan, Taiwan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Bitter, pungent, slightly cold; lung meridian entered.
Dispel phlegm and direct qi downward, disperse wind-heat.
A. Cough and dyspnea due to phlegm-heat
This herb can clear heat because of its cold nature and is good at dispelling phlegm and sputum to direct lung qi downward, indicated for phlegm-heat accumulation of lung and lung failure of dispersing and descending manifested by cough, dyspnea and chest fullness, unsmooth expectoration, yellow and sticky phlegm as well.
B. Cough due to wind-heat
This herb is pungent in flavor and lightly cold in nature. It can not only dispel wind-heat but ventilate lung qi with the combining actions of resolving phlegm and stopping cough.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 6~10 g, or make pill and powder. The dispersing action is obvious when used unprocessed indicated for cough due to external contraction. The cold nature decreases when processed with honey with the mild action of moistening lung. It is mostly indicated for the syndrome of long-term cough leading to lung deficiency or dry cough with scanty phlegm.
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