Sheng Bie Jia, Trionyx Sinensis, Chinese Softshell Turtle

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Sheng Bie Jia, Trionyx Sinensis, Chinese Softshell Turtle

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TCM Details:
Common Name: Chinese Softshell Turtle
Chinese Name: Sheng Bie Jia 生鳖甲
Latin Name: Trionyx Sinensis
Other Name: Pelodiscus Sinensis, 上甲、团鱼壳
Origin: Anhui, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Zhejiang Province, China
Package: Bag
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place

More About This TCM (In English):
Use this substance calcined and powdered for Intestinal Abscesses and abdominal pain. Glue made from Bie Jia - Colla Carapax Trionycis Bie Jia Jiao is richer, more cloying and very effective at tonifying Yin and Blood. It is most commonly used for consumption from Deficiency or exhausted Yin and Blood with tidal fevers and Internal movement of Liver Wind. The dosage is 3-9 gm. Dissolve in hot water the add to the decoction. It is said to cure hard abdominal masses. This substance has been shown to be effective in treating Liver and Stomach cancers and lympholeukemia. This substance dispels undigested food, hard abdominal masses, leukorrhagia and Blood Stasis. In Japan, the whole turtle is decocted to treat various cancers.

Both Bie Jia and Concha Ostreae Mu Li are heavy substances that anchor floating Yang or subdue ascendant Yang. Both are salty, soften areas of hardness and benefit Yin. Bie Jia more strongly tonifies Yin and is cooling at a deeper level, to treat steaming bones and nightsweats. Mu Li more strongly anchors and subdues Yang and is astringent to prevent leakage of fluids such as sweat, seminal emissions and vaginal discharge. it also calms the Spirit.

Both Bie Jia and Plastrum Testudinis Gui Ban are shells that enrich Yin, subdue Yang and soften areas of hardness. Bie Jia primarily enters the Liver channel with a stronger ability to enrich Yin and soften areas of hardness and is used for gynecological conditions, such as abdominal masses and clumping around the flanks. It is salty, cold and green so it enters the Liver. it treats illnesses related to the Liver channel Blood level. It travels the Chong channel. Gui Ban primarily enters the Kidneys and being sweet, it has a superior ability to enrich the Yin in order to anchor the Yang while also unblocking the Ren channel to treat such gynecological problems as continuous uterine bleeding. It is black, so it enters the Kidneys and treats all illnesses of the Kidney channel Blood level. It also unblocks the Heart.

Vinegar-fried Soft-Shell Turtle Shell Cu Chao Bie Jia enters the Liver and has a stronger ability to soften areas of hardness and disperse clumping. It excels in attacking hard areas and does not deplete Qi. It is used to treat abdominal masses and accumulations.

Read More Info. About It (In Chinese 中文介绍):
  鳖甲,中药名。为鳖科动物鳖Trionyx sinensis Wiegmann 的背甲。全年均可捕捉,以秋、冬二季为多,捕捉后杀死,置沸水中烫至背甲上的硬皮能剥落时,取出,剥取背甲,除去残肉,晒干。分布于等地。具有滋阴潜阳,退热除蒸,软坚散结之功效。常用于阴虚发热,骨蒸劳热,阴虚阳亢,头晕目眩,虚风内动,经闭,癥瘕,久疟疟母。

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