Qin Jiao, Straw-coloured Gentian Root, Largeleaf Gentian Root
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Common Name: Straw-coloured Gentian Root
Chinese Name: Qin Jiao 秦艽
Latin Name: Radix Gentianae Macrophyllae
Other Name: Largeleaf Gentian Root, 秦胶、秦札、秦纠、秦爪、左秦艽、大艽、左宁根、左扭、西大艽、西秦艽、萝卜艽、瓣子艽、鸡腿艽、山大艽、曲双
Origin: Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Henan, Ningxia, Gansu, Qinghai, Xinjiang, Sichuan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, bitter, slightly cold; liver and gallbladder meridians entered.
Dispel wind-damp, unblock collaterals to alleviate pain, reduce deficiency heat and clear damp-heat.
A. Arthralgia syndrome due to wind and dampness
Being pungent and bitter with the actions of dispersing and discharging, slightly cold without dryness, it excels in dispelling wind-damp, unblocking collaterals to alleviate arthralgia.
B. Apoplectic dyscinesia
Since the action of soothing tendons and collaterals, it can be used in treating windstroke manifested by hemiplegia, wry of eye and mouth, spasm of four extremities and aphasia with stiff tongue.
C. Syndrome of yin deficiency with internal heat
It is the commonly used herb for treating bone-steaming tidal fever due to yin deficiency because of the actions of reducing deficiency heat and relieving bone-steaming.
D. Jaundice due to damp-heat
Being bitter and cold with the actions of clearing heat and purging fire, it can clear damp-heat from liver and gallbladder to alleviate jaundice.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 5~10 g.
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