Zi Su Ye, Perilla Leaf, Folium Perillae, Perilla Frutescens
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Common Name: Perilla Leaf
Chinese Name: Zi Su Ye 紫苏叶
Latin Name: Folium Perillae
Other Name: Perilla Frutescens, 苏叶、紫菜
Origin: Jiangsu, Hubei, Guangdong, Guangxi, Henan, Hebei, Shandong, Shanxi, Zhejiang, Sichuan Province, China
Storage: Keep in cool, dry and no light place
More About This TCM (In English):
Pungent, warm; lung, spleen and stomach meridians entered.
Disperse wind-cold, promote qi flow and soothe the middle.
A. Wind-cold exterior syndrome
This herb has mild actions of expelling wind and dispersing cold, inducing sweating to release the exterior. It can be used singly for slight syndrome, but for serious diseases, it should be used with other herbs that can disperse wind-cold. Because it can release exterior cold, promote qi flow and ease middle energizer, and also resolve phlegm and stop cough. Therefore, this herb is suitable for wind-cold exterior syndrome with qi stagnation, marked by fullness and distending sensation of chest, vomit and nausea, or cough with much phlegm.
B. Stagnation of spleen and stomach qi, fullness sensation of chest and vomit
This herb can promote qi flow to soothe the middle energizer and ease distension, harmonize stomach and stop vomiting, and it also has some effect on regulating qi to prevent abortion. With these actions, it can be used for qi stagnation of middle energizer, marked by fullness and distending sensation in the chest and epigastium, nausea and vomit.
Dosage and Administrations
Decoct 5~10g. Do not decoct it for a long time.
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