Notopterygium incisum:Incised Notopterygium Rhizome,Uses and Administration!
Applications and Properties:
Pain relief.Rheumatic pain.
Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic effects.
Aversion to cold, fever, headache and general pain due to affection by exopathogenic wind- cold.
Arthralgia due to wind-cold-dampness with pains in the limbs and joints, especially pains in the upper part of the body.
Treatment of tonsillitis.premature beat.
Notopterygium is a type of plant native to east Asia, a relative of the angelica species. The name qiang huo refers to Qiang Zhong, an area in China where the plant grows naturally. The roots and rhizome are used in herbal preparations. First, they are collected during the winter and spring, then cleaned. Any fibrous rootlets are removed. The roots are then allowed to dry naturally and cut into slices for medicinal use.
In traditional Chinese medicine, notopterygium root is associated with the Urinary Bladder and Kidney meridians, and has pungent, bitter and warm properties. It is used to disperse cold, unblock painful obstructions caused by wind/damp/cold pain, and serves as a guiding herb to the governing vessel and greater yang channels. Occasionally, notopterygium is used with other herbs, such as ledebouriella and atractylodes for wind-cold exterior syndrome, and with ledebouriella and turmeric for wind-cold-damp bi syndromes.
Dosage:3-9grams,(boiled in water for oral use)decocted in water for an oral dose.
Safety and Toxicity:
Deficiency syndromes of qi and blood; dry throat,Because this herb has lifting and disper- sing actions and is warm and dry in nature, it is liable to cause impairment to both yin and blood, and therefore, for deficiency syn- dromes of qi and blood, and for affection by exopa- thogens with dryness of the throat,it should be avoided.
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