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Qian Cao Gen

Posted by: admin on Feb 23, 2008 - 02:20 AM
Regulate Blood

Bitter and cold


1. To cool blood and stop bleeding; 2. To invigorate blood circulation and release stagnation

1. Hemorrhages due to extravasation of blood by heat. Rubia root (Qian Cao Gen) is used with Japanese thistle (Da Ji), Small thistle (Xiao Ji) and Biota tops (Ce Bai Ye).2. Amenorrhea caused by blood stagnation. Rubia root (Qiancaogen) is used with Chinese angelica root (Dang Gui), Chuan Xiong rhizome (Chuanxiong) and Cyperus tuber (Xiang Fu).3. Blood stasis and pain caused by external injuries. Rubia root (Qiancao) is used with Safflower (Hong Hua), Chinese angelica root (Danggui) and Red peony (Chi Shao).4.Wind-damp obstruction syndrome (Painful joints). Rubia root (Qiancaogen) is used with Spatholobus stem (ji Xue Teng) and Futokadsura stem (Hai Feng Teng).

10- 15g

Qian Cao Gen

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