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Lei Wan - What channels does it inter?
LI, ST
He Shi - What channels does it inter?
LV
Fei Zi - What channels does it inter?
LI, LU, ST
Lei Wan - What are the properties?
bitter, cold, slightly toxic
He Shi - What are the properties?
bitter, acrid, neutral, slightyl toxic
Fei Zi - What are the properties?
sweet, astringent neutral
Kills parasites
Lei Wan
Kills parasites - intestinal parasites
Alleviates pain - abdominal pain by parasites
He Shi
Kills parasites
Doesn't harm ST qi
Slight laxative effect
Moistens lungs - stops cough
Fei Zi
Caution for Lei Wan
Accumulation of parasites with SP/ST xu
Caution for He Shi
Weak patients
Dose for Fei Zi
9-15g up to 30g; more effective dry fried and eaten
Dose for He Shi
6-12g
Dose for Lei Wan
6-9g; crush before decocting. for tapeworms use as powder 12-18g with warm water after meals
The herb that's only function is to kill parasites
Lei Wan
Ku Lian Gen Pi - What are the properties?
Bitter, cold, toxic
Shu Jun Zi - What are the properties?
Sweet, warm
Ku Lian Gen Pi - What channels does it enter?
LV, SP, ST
Shu Jun Zi - What channels does it enter?
SP, ST
Which herb kills parasites and is used topically for tinea infections?
Ku Lian Gen Pi
Which herb is used to kill parasites (more for roundworms), strengthens the spleen, dissolves accumulations, and childhood nutrition?
Shu Jun Zi
What is the dose for Ku Lian Gen Pi?
6-15g (up to 60g when used alone)
What is the dose for Shu Jun Zi?
4.5-12g
What are the cautions for Ku Lian Gen Pi? (4)
Should not be taken long term
Weak constitution
SP/ST deficiency
Liver disease
What is the caution for Shu Jun Zi?
If taken with hot tea may cause diarrhea or belching