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Herbs

Clear Heat Phlegm

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Chuan Bei Mu actions: Clears heat phlegm, Moistens LU to stop cough, Reduces masses and swellings
Chuan Bei Mu properties and organ: slighly cold, bitter, sweet, LU/HT
What herb is best esp. for chronic dry cough from heat phlegm? Chuan Bei Mu
Gua Lou actions: Clears heat phlegm, Open the chest, Moistens LI, Dispels masses
Gua Lou properties and organ: cold, sweet, LU/ST/LI
Hai Ge Ke actions: Clears heat phlegm, Softens hard masses
Hai Zao actions: Resolves phlegm, Softens hard masses, Drains water to reduce edema
Kun Bu actions: same as Hai Zao
Pang Da Hai actions: Opens LU Qi to clear LU heat, Moistens LI
Pang Da Hai properties: cold, sweet
Qian Hu actions: Descends Qi to transform phlegm, Expels wind heat
Qian Hu organ: LU
Zhe Bei Mu actions: Clears heat phlegm, Reduces masses and abcessess
Zhe Bei Mu properties: cold, bitter
Zhu Li actions: Clears heat phlegm, Relieves convulsions, Opens orfices
Zhu Li properties: cold, sweet
Zhi Ru actions: Clears heat phlegm, Reduces vexation, Stops vomiting
Zhi Ru properties: slightly cold, sweet
Which 2 herbs moisten the LI to promote defecation? Gua Lou, Pang Da Hai
Which herb treats thyroma/goiter? Hai Zao
Created by: cawalte3 on 2009-04-11



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