Zi Hua Di Ding, Philippine Violet Herb, Herba Violae
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Common Name: Philippine Violet Herb
Chinese Name: Zi Hua Di Ding 紫花地丁
Latin Name: Herba Violae
Other Name: Viola Yedoensis Makino, 堇堇菜、箭头草，地丁、角子，独行虎，地丁草，宝剑草，犁头草，紫地丁、免耳草，金前刀，小角子花
Origin: Liaoning, Hebei, Henan, Shandong, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Gansu, Inner Mongolia, Jiangsu, Hubei Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Bitter, pungent, cold; heart and liver meridians entered.
Clear heat and remove toxicity, cool blood and relieve swelling.
A. Sores and abscess due to heat-toxicity
It excels in clearing heat-toxicity in blood system of heart and liver meridians to further cool blood and relieve swelling. It is a commonly-used herb for treating deep-rooted boils, furuncles, sores, and abscess, red swelling with burning pain due to excessive heat-toxicity and blood heat accumulation, but it is especially good at treating deep-rooted boils.
B. Venomous snake bites
It has a combined action of relieving snake venom. For venomous snake bite, it can be taken orally in fresh after pounding into juice, or combined with a little Xiong Huang and pounded for topical application. With the action of clearing heat and removing toxicity, it is also indicated for swollen and sore throat, dysentery, blood-shot eyes with swelling pain and warm disease caused by exo-pathogens.
In addition, it has a combined action of clearing excess heat from liver and stomach, and can be used in treating blood-shot eyes due to liver heat, mouth ulcer due to stomach heat.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 15~30 g. Fresh products in proper dosage are pounded for topical applying.
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