Qiang Huo, Incised Notopterygium Rhizome And Root
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Common Name: Incised Notopterygium Rhizome And Root
Chinese Name: Qiang Huo 羌活
Latin Name: Rhizoma Seu Radix Notopterygii
Other Name: Notopterygium Incisum, 羌青、护羌使者、胡王使者、羌滑、退风使者、黑药
Origin: Qinghai, Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, bitter, warm; lung and bladder meridians entered.
Release exterior and disperse cold, expel wind-damp and alleviate pain.
A. Wind-cold exterior syndrome
This herb has strong actions of releasing exterior and dispersing cold, expelling wind-damp as well as alleviating pain. It is indicated for the cases with more severe syndrome of external wind-cold contraction with concurrent dampness, which is manifested as aversion to cold and fever, absence of sweat, headache, painful and stiff nape, aching pain of body and limbs.
B. Wind-cold-damp arthralgia
Being pungent and warm with the strong actions of expelling wind-damp and alleviating pain, it is also used for wind-cold-damp arthralgia manifested as body and limbs pain. Because it enters taiyang bladder meridian of foot and is good at alleviating headache and pain of shoulder and back, it especially is suitable for treating wind-cold arthralgia and body and limbs pain in upper half-length.
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