Herbs 8

  1. Herbs that Tonify the Qi
    • Ren Shen 
    • Ginseng Radix
  2. Herbs that Tonify the Blood
    • Shu Di Huang 
    • Rehmanniae Radix Preparata
  3. Herbs that Tonify the Yin
    • Mai Men Dong
    • Ophiopogonis Radix
  4. Herbs that Stabilise and Bind
    • Wu Wei Zi 
    • Schisandra Fructus
  5. Substances that Anchor, Settle, and Calm the Spirit
    • Long Gu 
    • Fossiliae Ossis Mostodi
  6. Herbs that Nourish the Heart and Calm the Spirit
    • Suan Zao Ren
    • Ziziphi Spinosae Semen xd
  7. Suan Zao Ren 
    Ziziphi Spinosae Semen 

    • Prop: sweet, sour, neutral 
    • Chan: GB, HT, LV, SP
  8. Long GU 
    Fossilae Ossis Mastodi 

    • Prop: sweet, astringent, neutral 
    • Chan: HT, LV, KI
  9. Wu Wei Zi 
    Schisandra Fructus

    • Prop: sour, sweet, warm 
    • Chan: HT, KI, LU
  10. Mai Men Dong
    Ophiopogonis Radix 

    • Prop: sweet, slightly bitter, slightly cold 
    • Chan: HT, LU, ST
  11. Shu Di Huang
    Rehmanniae Radix PReparata

    • Prop: sweet, slightly warm 
    • Chan: HT, KI, LV
  12. Ren Shen 
    Ginseng Radix 

    • Prop: sweet, slightly bitter, slightly warm 
    • Chan: LU, SP
  13. Ren Shen 
    • Powerfully tonifies primal qi of five organs 
    • Strengthen SP and tonifies ST
    • Tonifies Lung and augments the qi for wheezing and SOB
    • Generates fluids and stops thirst
    • Benefits the Heart qi and calms the spirit 
    • Revives from collapse 
    • stops heavy bleeding 

    Contra: excess conditions  or fire from constraint
  14. Shu Di Huang 

    • Tonifies the blood 
    • Nourish the yin 
    • Generates essence
    • Strongly enrich the yin and relieves wasting and thirsting disorder 
    • Nourishes the blood and tonifies the essence

    • Contra: Qi stagnation
    • Also cloying and rich, readily leads to stagnation of dampness and impedes digestion.
  15. Mai Men Dong 

    • Moisten the Lungs and nourishes the yin 
    • Augments the stomach yin and generates fluid 
    • moistens intestine
    • clears heart and eliminates irritability

    Contra: Spleen def
  16. Wu Wei Zi 

    • Contains the leakage of Lung qi and stops coughs
    • Tonifies the Kidneys, binds up the essence, and stops diarrhoea 
    • Inhibits sweating and generates fluids 
    • Quiets the spirit while calming and containing the Heart qi 

    Contra: external pathogen and excess condition
  17. Long Gu 

    • Settles anxiety and calms the spirit
    • Calms the Liver and anchors and preserves the floating yang
    • PRevents leakage of fluids
    • Contra: excess disorders
  18. Suan Zao Ren 

    • Nourishes the Heart yin augments the Liver blood, and spirit
    • Prevents abnormal sweating 

    Contra: heat from excess
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