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[SCU - MM3] Herbs That Transform Cold-Phlegm (Functions & Indications)

Ban Xia 1) Dry Dampness, transform phlegm (also due to dampness of SP) & descend rebellious Qi: cough w/ copious sputum (phlegm-cold in LU). 2) Harmonize ST & stop vomiting 3) Dissipate nodules & reduce distention for goiter/scrofula, phlegm obstruction in bod
Tian Nan Xing 1) Dry Dampness, expel phlegm 2) Disperse wind-phlegm in channels, stop spasms 3) Reduce swelling, alleviate pain
Xuan Fu Hua 1) redirect qi downward, expel phlegm: for congested fluid w/ wheezing & copious sputum 2) descend rebellious ST Qi & stop vomiting (due to SP/ST cold or Damp SP)
Bai Qian 1) Redirect qi downward & expel phlegm: important herb for LU Qi blockage/stagnation, copious sputum (diff. to expectorate) and wheezing
Bai Jie Zi 1) Warm LU, regulate Qi & expel phlegm 2) Dissipate nodule, reduce swelling & stop pain: for cold-phlegm accumulating in channels (joint paint, body ache, yin-type boils, bedsores)
Jie Geng 1) open up & diffuse LU Qi & expel phlegm (cough in both wind-cold & wind-heat) 2) promote discharge of pus 3) benefit the throat
Bai Fu Zi 1) dry dampness, transform phlegm, expel wind & stop spasm: for wind-phlegm affecting head resulting in wind-stroke, facial paralysis, hemiplegia or migraine 2) expel wind-cold-damp & alleviate pain 3) relieve toxicity & dissipate nodules
Created by: mick3y