|Ban Lan Gen (Isatis Root) – Known in Traditional Chinese Medi-|
cine to drain heat and relieve fre toxicity, it cools the blood and
benefts the throat in cases of warm-feverish conditions, mumps,
painful swollen throat conditions, and damp-heat jaundice.
Da Qing Ye (Baphicacanthus Leaf) – Traditionally used in Chi-
nese Medicine to clear heat and relieve toxicity for any warm-
febrile disease or epidemic febrile outbreak. It has also been
indicated to cool the blood and reduce skin eruptions due to
heat in the blood. It has been used traditionally with cases of
intense fever, irritability, and sore throat.
Jin Yin Hua (Lonicera Flower) – Its traditional use has been to
clear heat and relieve fre toxicity for hot painful sores and swell-
ings, especially of the breast, throat, or eyes. It expels external-
ly-contracted wind-heat in early stage symptoms of fever, sore
throat and headache. Lastly, it has been used traditionally to
clear damp heat from the lower burner in dysenteric disorders or
painful urinary dysfunction.
Chuan Xin Lian (Andrographis Flower) – Used in Chinese Medi-
cine to clear heat and fre toxicity due to heat disorders of the
lungs, throat, urinary tract, skin sores, carbuncles, dysenteric
disorders, and eczema.
Lian Qiao (Forsythia) – Traditional Chinese Medicine botanical
used to clear heat and toxin, and to dissipate nodules for all hot
sores, carbuncles and neck lumps; along with expelling exter-
nally-contracted wind heat for symptoms like fever, slight chills,
sore throat, and headache.
Huang Qin (Scutellaria) – Clears heat and drains fre, especially
from the upper burner. Clears heat and dries dampness in the
stomach or intestines, which manifests as diarrhea or dysenteric
Cang Er Zi (Xanthium) – Used traditionally in Chinese Medicine
to disperse wind and dispel dampness for wind-damp, painful
obstruction, or skin disorder with itching. Also used to open the
nasal passages for any nasal and sinus problem with thick, vis-
cous discharge and related headache.
Ye Ju Hua (Wild Chrysanthemum Flower) – This botanical has
been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to drain fre and re-
lieve toxicity for carbuncles, skin sores, sore swollen throats, and
wind-fre causing eyes.
Fang Feng (Radix Ledebouriellae) – Used in Traditional
Chinese Medicine to release the exterior and expel wind
for headache, chills, and body aches due to externally
contracted wind-cold. Known to expel wind dampness and alleviate pain. Also used traditionally to expel intestinal wind
due to an imbalance between the spleen and liver manifested in
recurrent, painful diarrhea with bright blood in the stool.
Xin Yi Hua (Magnolia Flower) – Traditionally used in Chinese Med-
icine to expel wind-cold and unblock the nasal passage of nasal
obstruction or congestion, nasal discharge, loss of sense of smell,
sinus problems, or related headache.
Jie Geng (Platycodon) – Known in Traditional Chinese medicine
to open up and disseminate the lung chi and expel phlegm for
cough. Also used in TCM to promote discharge of pus associated
with lung or throat abscesses. In many cases, TCM practitioners
have used this botanical in cases of sore throat or loss of voice
caused by external heat.
Chen Pi [Ju Pi] (Citrus peel) – Chinese botanical that has been
used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to regulate qi, improve
transportive function of the spleen, relieve the diaphragm of
spleen or stomach stagnation patterns, epigastric or abdominal
distention, fullness, bloating, belching, nausea and vomiting.
Dries dampness and transforms phlegm, fatigue, loose stool, and
thick, greasy tongue coating. Helps prevent stagnation.
Bai Zhi (Angelica) – Expels wind and alleviates pain; for patterns
of externally contracted wind-cold, especially those with head-
ache. Expels dampness and alleviates discharge due to damp-
cold in the lower burner. Opens up nasal passages with sinus
Gan Cao (Licorice) – Tonifes the spleen and augments the qi.
Clears heat and relieves fre toxicity. Moderates spasms and alle-
viates pain of the abdomen or legs. Due to the sweet, neutral and
moderating properties, it is used often to moderate herbs that are
hot or cold and reduces the violent properties of other herbs. It
can lead and conduct other herbs into the 12 primary channels.
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